Troubleshooting HP Networks

Troubleshooting HP Networks, Rev 10.41

Note: Available November 15th, 2010


The Troubleshooting HP Networks course helps networking engineers to improve their troubleshooting skills on both the HP A Series and E Series switches. The course focuses on troubleshooting methodologies and practices in medium to enterprise networks. The Troubleshooting HP Networks course is built around the IETF 5 Layer Model and includes a number of labs covering topics like troubleshooting Vlan, OSPF routing, spanning tree and other Layer-3 issues.

Network engineers will learn how to isolate network problems and find solutions for these problems by methodically analyzing the network problems.

At a glance

Before you begin
To register for any HP training, all learners will need access to the HP Partner Portal and will need to obtain an HP Learner ID
Three-day instructor-led, 25% lecture and 75% lab and classroom activities. The course may be delivered using a remote lab environment
Exam number:
HP0-Y32 – Designing and Troubleshooting Open Standards Networks
Course ID:
The Learning Center (Partners and end users): 00249474
Course Datasheet:
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Note: Costs vary by region.