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Cisco Certification Bridges, Routers and Switches for Ccies

by Andrew Bruce Caslow

  • ISBN: 9780130903891
  • ISBN10: 0130903892

Cisco Certification Bridges, Routers and Switches for Ccies

by Andrew Bruce Caslow

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  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Edition: 2
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall Ptr
  • Publish date: 11/01/2000
  • ISBN: 9780130903891
  • ISBN10: 0130903892
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Description: 1. Introduction to CCIE Certification. The Influence of the OSI Model. The Influence of Graduate School Examination Testing Formats. What This Book Does Not Cover. CCIE Test Nondisclosure Policy. The Cisco Website. The Origins of This Book. CCIE Defined. Routing and Switching. ISP/Dial. WAN Switching. The CCIE Written Exam. The CCIE Hands-On Lab. Six Key Ingredients for CCIE Certification Success. Roadmap of This Book. Level One: Physical and Data-link Layer Configuration Tasks. Level One Topics Include. Level Two: Configuring IP Addressing, IP IGP Routing Protocols, and Redistribution. Level Two Topics Include. Level Three: Configuring IP Exterior Gateway Protocols. Level Three Topics Include. Level Four: Configuring non-IP Routing Protocols. Level Four Topics Include. Level Five: Configuring Nonroutable Protocols. Level Five Topics Include. Level Six: Managing Internetwork Traffic. Level Six Topics Include. Working Through the Six Levels and Working with the IOS. User Mode. Privileged Mode. Configuration Mode. A Warm Up "Issue Spotting" Scenario. Spotting Issues and Listing Configuration Steps. Summary. 2. Getting Started. A Rack of Routers and Switches Is Your Tabula Rasa? The Cisco End-to-End Solution. Core, Distribution, and Access. The Cisco Hierarchical Internetworking Model. The Core-Level. The Distribution Level. The Access-Level. Scalability. Redundancy. Limit the Scope of Failure. Facilitates Traffic Control. Initial Inspection of Routers and Switches. Cisco Router and LightStream 1010 Boot-Up Process. Catalyst 5000 Boot-Up Process. Cisco Systems Console. Perform a Show Version on a Router. Record the IOS Loaded on the Router. Performing a Show Version on a Catalyst Switch. Remotely Connecting to a Router or Switch. Accessing a Router or Switch Via a TELNET Session. Accessing a Router or Switch Via an Asynchronous Modem Connection. Accessing a Router or Switch Via a Network Management Station. Accessing a Router or Switch Via a Terminal Server. Line Command Configuration. IP Address Configuration. Configuring IP Host Table. Troubleshooting the Terminal Server. Make Sure the Routers and Switches Have the Default Configurations Only. Assign Your Routers and Switches a Name. If No DNS Server Is Supplied, Disable DNS Lookups on the Routers. Cisco IOS Shortcuts. Summary. Professional Development Checklist. For Further Study. Can You Spot the Issues? 3. General Guidelines for Cisco Router Interface and Catalyst Port Configuration. Introduction to Router Interfaces. The Taxonomy of Cisco Router Interfaces. Core-Level Routers. The Cisco 7500 Router Family. The Cisco 7200 Router Family. The Cisco 12000 Router Family. Cisco Catalyst 5000 Route Switch Module. Cisco Catalyst 8500 Layer Three Switch Router. Distribution-Level Routers. Access-Level Routers. Specialized Routers. Remote-Access Routers. The Voice/Data Integration Routers. Interface Overview Summary. Basic IOS Tools Used to Monitor Status. Default Router Interface Configuration. Overview of Router Interface States. Special Characteristics of Cisco Router LAN Interfaces Ethernet. Fast-Ethernet. Token-Ring. WAN Interfaces. Synchronous Serial Interfaces. Determining DTE and DCE Interfaces. Other WAN Interfaces. ATM Interfaces. ISDN Interfaces. Asynchronous Interfaces. Virtual Interfaces. Subinterfaces. Subinterfaces and Frame-Relay. Subinterfaces and ATM. Subinterfaces and Fast Ethernet/ISL. Changing Existing Subinterfaces. Channelized T-1 and T-3 Interfaces. Loopback Interfaces. Dialer Interfaces. Tunnel Interfaces. Bridge Virtual Interface. Null Interfaces. Using the Cisco Discovery Protocol. Mapping Network Layer Addresses to Data-Link Addresses. Manual Map Statements. Dialer Map. Frame-Relay Map. Map-Lists. Dynamic Mapping Protocols. Ports and Interfaces on a Catalyst 5000. Summary. Professional Development Checklist. For Further Study. Can You Spot the Issues? 4. Configuring Frame-Relay: "To Map or Not to Map? That is the Question?." Configuring Frame-Relay on a Cisco Router. The Minimum Frame-Relay Configuration: Encapsulation Frame-Relay and Inverse ARP. A Word of Caution About Inverse ARP. A Frame-Relay Configuration Supporting Multiple Sites. Headquarters. Satellite Office One. Satellite Office Two. The Limitations of Inverse ARP. Solutions to the Limitations of Inverse ARP. Adding a PVC Between the Two Spokes: The Full-Mesh Solution. Using Frame-Relay Map Statements. Satellite One Configuration. Satellite Two Configuration. A Word of Caution When Using Frame-Relay Map Statements. Configuring Frame-Relay Point-to-Point Subinterfaces. Satellite One. Satellite Two. General Rules of Frame-Relay Subinterfaces. Point-to-Point Subinterfaces. Multipoint Subinterfaces. The "Frame-Relay Interface DLCI" Statement. Routing over Frame-Relay. Distance Vector Routing Protocols and Split-Horizon. OSPF and Network Type Mismatches. Survey the Primary Combinations. All Physical Interfaces. Configuring a Hub and Spoke Frame-Relay Configuration with Frame-Relay Map Statements and No Frame-Relay Subinterfaces Revisited. SPOKE-1. SPOKE-2. HQ. SUMMARY. All Subinterfaces Using Frame-Relay Interface DLCI Statements Only. SPOKE-1. SPOKE-2. HQ. Physical Interface at the Hub and Point-to-Point Subinterfaces at the Spoke. SPOKE-1. SPOKE-2. HQ. Multipoint Subinterface at the Hub and Physical Interfaces at the Spokes. SPOKE-1. SPOKE-2. HQ. Point-to-Point Subinterfaces at the Hub. Frame-Relay Interface DLCI vs Frame-Relay Map. Configuring a Router as a Frame-Relay Switch. Full-Mesh Frame-Relay Switch Configuration Script. Hub and Spoke Frame-Relay Switch Configuration Script. Checking Status of DLCIs on a Frame-Relay Switch. LMI. Show Frame-Relay LMI. Cisco IOS vs 11.2 LMI Auto-Sensing. Suggested Configuration Strategies for Frame-Relay. Other Frame-Relay Topics to Review. Summary. Professional Development Checklist. For Further Study. Can You Spot the Issues? 5. Configuring ISDN and Dial-on-Demand Routing. ISDN Overview. ISDN Components. ISDN Layers. Dial-on-Demand Routing Overview. Configuring ISDN on Cisco Routers. ISDN Syntax Overview. Selecting the ISDN Switch-Type. ISDN PRI Interface Configuration. ISDN Interface Configuration Commands. ISDN SHOW Commands. ISDN Debug Commands. Call Setup. Calling Party. Called Party. Call Teardown. Calling Party Disconnecting. Called Party Disconnecting. Line is Busy. No Channels Are Available. ISDN Configuration Summary. Configuring DDR. Knowing Frame-Relay Helps You Learn DDR. DDR Overview. DDR Syntax Overview. Using Dialer-List and Dialer-Group. The Minimum ISDN/DDR Configuration. ROUTER-1#show run. ROUTER-2#show run. Global Configuration Commands. Interface Configuration Commands. The Limitations of Using the Dial String Command. Using a Dialer String Configuration for Connecting to Multiple Sites. Using Dialer Map Statements with PPP. HEADQUARTERS Configuration (The Calling Party). SATELLITE-1 Configuration (The Called Party). Using PPP. PPP Advanced Configuration Parameters. PPP Authentication. Configuration for Router HEADQUARTERS. Configuration for Router SATELLITE-1. HEADQUARTERS Interface Configuration. SATELLITE-1 Interface Configuration. DDR Physical Interface Commands. Incrementally Adding Complexity to the Dialer Map Statement: Adding the Broadcast Parameter. Other Commonly Used Dialer Interface Configuration Commands. Dialer Profiles. The Benefits of Dialer Profiles. Dialer Profile Configuration Requirements. Configuration of the Physical BRI/ASYNC Interface. Configuration of a Logical Dialer Interface. Optional MAP-CLASS Configuration. Minimal Dialer Profile Configuration. Configuring PPP CHAP Authentication with Dialer Profiles. Routing Traffic over ISDN/DDR. Using Static Routes and Restrictive Dialer-List Statements. Snapshot Routing. Configuring SNAPSHOT Routing over ISDN/DDR. Configuring the SNAPSHOT Client. Configuring the Snapshot Server. Debugging SNAPSHOT Routing. OSPF and DDR. OSPF over ISDN/DDR Without ON-DEMAND CIRCUIT. OSPF over ISDN/DDR with ON-DEMAND CIRCUIT. Dial Backup. Troubleshooting ISDN. Summary. Professional Development Checklist. For Further Study. Can You Spot the Issues? 6. Configuring the Catalyst 5000 and VLANs. Comparing the Catalyst 5000 to the Catalyst 8500. Comparing the Catalyst 5000 Family of Switches to the Constellation of Cisco Catalyst Switches. Catalyst Switches Originating from the Grand Junction Acquisition. Catalyst Switches Originating from the Kalpana Acquisition. Catalyst Switches Originating from the Crescendo Acquisition. Cisco Internally Developed Catalyst Switches. How the Catalyst LAN Switching Process Differs from a Conventional Routing Process. Collision Domains and Broadcast Domains. State-of-the-Art Internetwork Hierarchy of the Early 1990s. Access-Level: Shared Ethernet LANs. Distribution Level: Routers. Core Level: FDDI. State-of-the-Art Internetwork Hierarchy for the Twenty-first Century. Access Level: Switched Ethernet 10/100 Mpbs VLANs. Distribution Level: Layer Three Switching Performed by a Routing Process. Core Level: High-Speed Switching. Trunking versus Routing. Loop Avoidance in a Multiswitch Network: The Spanning Tree Protocol. Scalable Trunking Environments and VTP. Catalyst 5000 User Interface. Similarities Between the Catalyst 5000 User Interface and the Router IOS. Differences Between the Catalyst 5000 Interface and the Router IOS. Getting Help on a Catalyst 5000. CATALYST Syntax. Key Catalyst 5000 Show Commands. Show config. Show System. Show vlan. Show cam. Show port. Show mac. Show port spantree. Show vtp domain. Show trunk. Sh version. Show Modules. Set and Clear Commands. Configuring the SC0 Interface. Testing and Accessing the SC0 Interface. Set VTP Domain. Set Trunk. Set VLAN. Set and Clear Spanning Tree Protocol Parameters. Set Port. Routing Between VLANs. Running Config on a Route Switch M
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