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Exam 180-110

Cut Score
68% or More

The Brocade Associate Campus Implementer 2017 tests a comprehensive understanding and ability to work with the Brocade ICX series of switches including these features and functions: hardware architecture, software upgrades, basic CLI configuration, Layer 2 feature configurations, as well as device access and security.


Candidates should be able to demonstrate these competencies:

Know and understand foundational Campus concepts

  • Define, describe, or explain general campus concepts to include Campus Fabric topology, components of the Switch Port Extender (802.1BR) environment, and the configuration of control bridge and port extenders.
  • Define the purpose and benefits of a virtual Ethernet interface and loopback interfaces.

Know and understand Campus products and solutions

  • Identify campus hardware to include Brocade ICX models; port configurations for each Brocade ICX model; ICX devices with PoE capabilities; ICX port numbering conventions; purpose and benefits of stacking.
  • Define the types of supported Spanning Tree Protocol and the benefits of each; Multi-chassis Trunking and its benefits.
  • Define, describe, or explain device management concepts to include purpose and benefits of the management port; structure and hierarchy of the ICX CLI; differences between L2 configurations on Brocade and Cisco switches; password recovery process.
  • Define the characteristics of ICX firmware code types and the firmware upgrade process on ICX devices.

Implement a Campus solution

  • Implement firmware and licensing to include determine and install appropriate code type; identify and install appropriate firmware version; various software licenses available for ICX devices and how to install.
  • Initially configure a Campus solution to include the initial device connection, the management port, user accounts and authentication, VLANs and VEs, stacking using the Secure-setup tool, 802.1X port-based access control; aggregate VLANs, device monitoring, and enable various types of STP.
  • Configure a Campus interface to include port speed/duplex, dynamic and static LAGs; apply Layer 3 addressing to physical and virtual ports and VLAN association; enable/disable ports.
  • Verify interface configuration and port status.

Troubleshoot and repair a Campus solution

  • Use troubleshooting tools to collect tech support information; ICMP to troubleshoot connectivity; show command output for basic issues; show and clear commands to validate and verify functionality; display an interpret basic Syslog output; give an overview of sFlow.
  • Maintain a Campus solution with backup and restore configurations by repairing failed firmware upgrade process.


This exam is intended for anyone responsible for implementing the Brocade ICX series of switches in a campus environment, including initial switch configuration.


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