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Courses Overview

In this interactive course, you will learn how to deploy, provision, and manage a FortiSwitch with FortiGate using FortiLink. This course also covers the deployment and troubleshooting of Layer 2 and Layer 3 features, as well as the most common FortiSwitch stack topologies, including those that leverage multichassis link aggregation group (MCLAG) for redundancy and higher performance. You will also learn about FortiSwitch in standalone mode, its unique features, and how to manage a standalone switch directly, or from FortiLAN Cloud.

  • Managed Switch
  • Switch Fundamentals
  • Layer 2 Design
  • Layer 2 Security
  • Advanced Features
  • Monitoring
  • Standalone Switch
  • Troubleshooting
  • Basic knowledge in networking
  • Understanding of layer 2 switching

Understanding of the topics covered in the following courses:

  • FCP – FortiGate Security
  • FCP – FortiGate Infrastructure

This course is intended for networking and security professionals involved in the management, configuration, administration, and monitoring of FortiSwitch devices used to provide secure network access to endpoints.

This course is intended to help you prepare for the Fortinet NSE 6 – FortiSwitch 7.2 certification exam. This exam is part of the Fortinet Certified Professional – Network Security certification track.

If you take the online format of this class, you must use a computer that has the following:

  • A high-speed Internet connection
  • An up-to-date web browser
  • A PDF viewer
  • Speakers or headphones
  • One of the following:
    • HTML 5 support
    • An up-to-date Java Runtime Environment (JRE) with the Java Plugin enabled in your web browser

You should use a wired Ethernet connection, not a Wi-Fi connection. Firewalls, including Windows Firewall or FortiClient, must allow connections to the online labs.