CCIE Practical Studies, Volume I

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CCIE Practical Studies, Volume I
By Karl  Solie
 
Publisher : Cisco Press
Pub Date : December 01, 2001
ISBN : 1-58720-002-3
Pages : 1366
   


Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) certification is the most difficult and most rewarding of the Cisco(r) certifications. Although the professional and financial benefits of a CCIE are excellent , attaining this level of certification takes years of experience, study, and effort. Serving a dual role of networking reference guide for configuring Cisco routers and preparation tool for the CCIE Lab Exams, CCIE Practical Studies , Volume I, is an ideal resource to help you achieve and earn the coveted CCIE designation.

CCIE Practical Studies , Volume I, provides you with the knowledge to assemble and configure all the necessary hardware and software components required to model complex, Cisco-driven internetworks based on the OSI reference model-from Layer 1 on up. Each chapter focuses on one or more specific technologies or protocols and follows up with a battery of CCIE exam-like labs for you to configure that challenges your understanding of the chapter topics and measures your aptitude as a CCIE candidate. The final chapter of the book provides five CCIE "Simulation Labs." These labs not only test your knowledge but your speed as well-a crucial aspect of the new one-day format of the CCIE exam. Among the many resources you will need to study for the CCIE exam, you will find CCIE Practical Studies , Volume I, to be an indispensable preparation tool.

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CCIE Practical Studies, Volume I
By Karl  Solie
   
Publisher : Cisco Press
Pub Date : December 01, 2001
ISBN : 1-58720-002-3
Pages : 1366
   


      Copyright
      About the Authors
        Contributing Authors
     
      Acknowledgments
      Foreword
      Introduction
        Goals
        Who Should Read This Book?
        How This Book Is Organized
        Icons Used in This Book
        Command Syntax Conventions
     
      Part I:   Modeling the Internetwork
        Chapter  1.   The Key Components for Modeling an Internetwork
        Identifying the Key Components Needed for Modeling Internetworks
        The Access Server
        Modeling Local-Area Networks (LANs)
        Simulating Wide-Area Network Connections
        Routers, Cisco IOS Software, and Memory Requirements for Labs
        Test Hosts and Data Simulation
        Building the Framework for Internetwork Modeling ”Configuring Key Components
        Practical Study for Chapter 1: Setting Up
        Lab 1: Password Recovery ”Part I
        Lab 1: Password Recovery ”Part II
        Lab 2: Password Recovery on a Catalyst 5500 ”Part I
        Lab 2: Password Recovery on a Catalyst 5500 ”Part II
        Lab 3: Upgrading the IOS and Restoring a Configuration from TFTP Server ”Part I
        Lab 3: Upgrading the IOS and Restoring a Configuration from a TFTP Server ”Part II
        Lab 4: Configuring an Access Server ”Part I
        Lab 4: Configuring an Access Server ”Part II
        Lab 5: Configuring a Frame Relay Switch ”Part I
        Lab 5: Configuring a Frame Relay Switch ”Part II
        Lab 6: Configuring Remote Access to the Lab ”Part I
        Lab 6: Configuring Remote Access to the Lab ”Part II
     
     
      Part II:   Modeling LANs
        Chapter  2.   LAN Protocols: Configuring Catalyst Ethernet and Token Ring Switches
        Ethernet LANs
        Ethernet: A Brief History of an Evolutionary Protocol
        Ethernet Technical Overview
        802.1d Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP)
        Ethernet Switching
        IEEE 802.5/Token Ring LANs
        Token Ring: 30 Years Old and Still in Service
        Token Ring Technical Overview
        Token Ring Switching
        Token Ring Bridge Relay Function (TrBRF) and the Token Ring Concentrator Function (TrCRF)
        Configuring Token Ring Switching on the Catalyst 3920
        More Practice: Ethernet/Token Ring Labs
        Lab 7: Ethernet Switching, VLAN Trunking, and Spanning Tree Root Placement ”Part I
        Lab 7: Ethernet Switching, VLAN Trunking, and Spanning Tree Root Placement ”Part II
        Lab 8: Configuring Token Ring Switching Using the Catalyst 3920 ”Part I
        Lab 8: Configuring Token Ring Switching Using the Catalyst 3920 ”Part II
     
     
      Part III:   Connecting LANs with Wide-Area Networks (WANs)
        Chapter  3.   WAN Protocols and Technologies: High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC)
        The Compatibility and Simplicity of HDLC
        Lab 9: Configuring HDLC ”Part I
        Lab 9: Configuring HDLC ”Part II
     
        Chapter  4.   WAN Protocols and Technologies: Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
        The Many Uses of PPP
        Lab 10: Configuring PPP, PAP, and Compression over Asynchronous Dialup ”Part I
        Lab 10: Configuring PPP, PAP, and Compression over Asynchronous Dialup ”Part II
        Lab 11: Configuring PPP, CHAP, and LQM over Synchronous Links ”Part I
        Lab 11: Configuring PPP, CHAP, and LQM over Synchronous Links ”Part II
        Lab 12: Configuring PPP Analog Backup for Synchronous Links ”Part I
        Lab 12: Configuring PPP Analog Backup for Synchronous Links ”Part II
     
        Chapter  5.   WAN Protocols and Technologies: Frame Relay
        Frame Relay Terminology
        Frame Relay Technical Overview
        Configuring Frame Relay
        The "Big show" and "Big D" for Frame Relay
        Additional Commands for Configuring Frame Relay
        Configuring Frame Relay Traffic Shaping
        Lab 13: Configuring Frame Relay Networks and Controlling Frame Relay ARP ”Part I
        Lab 13: Configuring Frame Relay Networks and Controlling Frame Relay ARP ”Part II
        Lab 14: Configuring Frame Relay Networks, Traffic Shaping, OSPF, & DLSw/LLC2 ”Part I
        Lab 14: Configuring Frame Relay Networks, Traffic Shaping, OSPF, & DLSw/LLC2 ”Part II
     
        Chapter  6.   WAN Protocols and Technologies: Voice over X
        Introduction to Analog Telephony
        Digital Voice Technology
        Cisco Voice Products
        Lab 15: Configuring Voice over Frame, Voice over IP, and Voice over ATM
        Lab 15a: Configuring Voice over Frame Relay ”Part I
        Lab 15a: Configuring Voice over Frame Relay ”Part II
        Lab 15b: Configuring Voice over IP ”Part I
        Lab 15b: Configuring Voice over IP ”Part II
        Lab 15c: Configuring Voice over ATM ”Part I
        Lab 15c: Configuring Voice over ATM ”Part II
        Lab 15d: Optional Private Line Automatic Ring Down (PLAR) Connection
     
        Chapter  7.   WAN Protocols and Technologies: Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
        ISDN Development, Components, and Mechanics
        ISDN Configuration Basics
        Configuring Dial-on-Demand Routing (DDR)
        The "Big show" and "Big D" for Troubleshooting ISDN
        Useful Tips and Tricks
        ISDN Labs
        Lab 16: Configuring PPP Authentication, Callback, and Multilink over ISDN
        Lab 17: Configuring OSPF Demand Circuits over ISDN
        Summary
     
        Chapter  8.   WAN Protocols and Technologies: Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
        Special Components Needed for ATM Lab Studies
        Configuring RFC 2684
        Configuring RFC 2225 (Classical IP)
        Lab 18: Configuring PVCs on Cisco 7XXX Routers, RFC 2684 ”Part I
        Lab 18: Configuring PVCs on Cisco 7 XXX Routers, RFC 2684 ”Part II
        Lab 19: Configuring Classical IP Using SVCs on Cisco 7XXX Routers, RFC 2225 ”Part I
        Lab 19: Configuring Classical IP Using SVCs on Cisco 7 XXX Routers, RFC 2225 ”Part II
        Summary
     
     
      Part IV:   Routing Protocols
        Chapter  9.   Distance Vector Protocols: Routing Information Protocol Versions 1 and 2 (RIP-1 and RIP-2)
        Technical Overview of RIP
        Configuring RIP-1 and RIP-2
        Tuning, Redistribution, and Control of RIP Updates
        RIP Default Routing
        Lab 20: Integrating RIP Networks: Redistribution, Route Filtering, and Control ”Part I
        Lab 20: Integrating RIP Networks: Redistribution, Route Filtering, and Control ”Part II
     
        Chapter  10.   Distance Vector Protocols: Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP)
        Technical Overview of IGRP
        Configuring IGRP
        Tuning, Redistribution, and Controlling IGRP Updates
        Lab 21: Default Routing, Filtering, and Unequal-Cost Load Sharing in IGRP Networks ”Part I
        Lab 21: Default Routing, Filtering, and Unequal-Cost Load Sharing in IGRP Networks ”Part II
     
        Chapter  11.   Hybrid: Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
        Technical Overview of EIGRP
        Split Horizon
        Configuring EIGRP
        The "Big show" and "Big D" for EIGRP
        Tuning EIGRP Updates
        EIGRP Redistribution and Route Control
        EIGRP Summarization
        Default Routing with EIGRP
        EIGRP Stub Routing
        EIGRP Equal- and Unequal-Cost Load Balancing
        Lab 22: EIGRP Route Redistribution, Summarization, and Stub Routing ”Part I
        Lab 22: EIGRP Route Redistribution, Summarization, and Stub Routing ”Part II
        Lab 23: Default Routing, Route manipulation, and Filtering in EIGRP Networks ”Part I
        Lab 23: Default Routing, Route Manipulation, and Filtering in EIGRP Networks ”Part II
     
        Chapter  12.   Link-State Protocols: Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
        Technical Overview of OSPF
        Configuring OSPF
        The "Big show" and "Big D" for OSPF
        Configuring OSPF Stub Areas
        Tuning OSPF
        OSPF Flooding Reduction
        OSPF Redistribution and Route Control
        OSPF Summarization
        OSPF Default Routing
        OSPF Authentication
        OSPF Demand Circuits and Backup
        OSPF Virtual Links
        Lab 24: OSPF Multiple Area Routing, Authentication, Path Manipulation, Default Routing ”Part I
        Lab 24: OSPF Multiple Area Routing, Authentication, Path Manipulation, Default Routing ”Part II
        Lab 25: OSPF Multiple Area Routing, Route Redistribution and Summarization ”Part I
        Lab 25: OSPF Multiple Area Routing, Route Redistribution and Summarization ”Part II
     
     
      Part V:   Transporting Non-Routable Protocols
        Chapter  13.   Configuring Bridging and Data Link Switching Plus
        Transparent Bridging
        Integrated Routing and Bridging
        Source Route Bridging (SRB)
        Data Link Switching Plus (DLSw+)
        Filtering Traffic in Bridged Environments
        Lab 26: Transparent Bridging, Remote Source-Route Bridging, LSAP Filtering ”Part I
        Lab 26: Transparent Bridging, Remote Source-Route Bridging, LSAP Filtering ”Part II
        Lab 27: DLSw+ TCP, LLC2, Promiscuous, Dynamic, and Backup Peer Configuration ”Part I
        Lab 27: DLSw+ TCP, LLC2, Promiscuous, Dynamic, and Backup Peer Configuration ”Part II
        Lab 28: DLSw+ Reachability, Border Peers, Demand Peers, and Resilient Peers ”Part I
        Lab 28: DLSw+ Reachability, Border Peers, Demand Peers, and Resilient Peers ”Part II
     
     
      Part VI:   Controlling Networks and Network Access
        Chapter  14.   Understanding IP Access Lists
        Understanding How Access Lists Operate
        Access Lists, Wildcard Masks, and Binary Math
        Standard IP Access Lists
        Extended IP Access Lists
        Displaying Access Lists
        Dynamic Access Lists
        Named Access Lists
        Lab 29: Configuring Access Lists, Named Access Lists, and EIGRP Route Filters ”Part I
        Lab 29: Configuring Access Lists, Named Access Lists, and EIGRP Route Filters ”Part II
        Lab 30: Configuring Dynamic Access Lists and Traffic Filters by Using Named Access Lists ”Part I
        Lab 30: Configuring Dynamic Access Lists and Traffic Filters by Using Named Access Lists ”Part II
     
     
      Part VII:   Enhanced Network Protocols
        Chapter  15.   Configuring Network Address Translation (NAT)
        NAT Technical Overview
        NAT and RFC 1918
        Configuring NAT
        The "Big show" and "Big D" for NAT
        Clearing and Changing NAT Translations
        NAT Limitations and Uses
        NAT and Nonstandard FTP Port Numbers
        Lab 31: Configuring Dynamic NAT and Using Non-Standard FTP Port Numbers ”Part I
        Lab 31: Configuring Dynamic NAT and Using Non-Standard FTP Port Numbers ”Part II
        Lab 32: Configuring Static NAT and DLSw ”Part I
        Lab 32: Configuring Static NAT and DSLw ”Part II
     
        Chapter  16.   Using Hot Standby Routing Protocol (HSRP)
        HSRP Overview and Configuration
        The "Big show" and "Big D" for HSRP
        Lab 33: Configuring HSRP, Tracking, and Asymetrical Routing ”Part I
        Lab 33: Configuring HSRP, Tracking, and Asymetrical Routing ”Part II
     
        Chapter  17.   Configuring Network Time Protocol (NTP) and Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP)
        NTP Overview
        Configuring NTP
        Configuring the Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP)
        The "Big show" and "Big D" for NTP and SNTP
        Lab 34: Configuring NTP Servers, Clients, and Authentication ”Part I
        Lab 34: Configuring NTP Servers, Clients, and Authentication ”Part II
        Lab 35: Configuring NTP Servers, Clients, and Peer Associations ”Part I
        Lab 35: Configuring NTP Servers, Clients, and Peer Associations ”Part II
     
     
      Part VIII:   CCIE Preparation and Self-Assessment
        Chapter  18.   The CCIE Practical Exam: Preparation and CCIE Practice Labs
        The New One-Day CCIE Lab Exam
        How Do I Become a CCIE?
        CCIE: Recommended Study Resources and Topics Outline
        CCIE Practice Lab: "Skynet"
        Equipment List
        Prestaging: Frame Switch Configuration
        Prestaging: Backbone Router Configuration
        Timed Portion
        Part II
        CCIE Practice Lab: "Darth Reid"
        Equipment List
        Prestaging: Frame Switch Configuration
        Prestaging: Backbone Router Configuration
        Timed Portion
        Part II
        CCIE Practice Lab: "The Lab, the Bad, the Ugly"
        Equipment List
        Prestaging: Frame Switch Configuration
        Timed Portion
        Part II
        CCIE Practice Lab: "The Enchilada"
        Equipment List
        Prestaging: Frame Switch Configuration
        Timed Portion
        Part II
        CCIE Practice Lab: "The Unnamed Lab"
        Equipment List
        Prestaging: Frame Switch Configuration
        Prestaging: Backbone Router Configuration
        Timed Portion
        Part II
     
     
      Part IX:   Appendixes
        Appendix A.   ISDN Switch Types, Codes, and Values
        Switch Types
        Cause Code Fields
        Cause Values
        Bearer Capability Values
        Progress Field Values
     
        Appendix B.   The 'Abridged' OSI Reference Model
        Appendix C.   RFC List
        Appendix D.   Common Cable Types and Pinouts
        Console and Auxiliary Port Signals and Pinouts
        Serial Cable Assemblies and Pinouts
        Ethernet Cable Assembly and Pinout
        Token Ring Pinout
        Asynchronous Serial Ports
        RJ-45 Adapter Pinouts
     
        appendix  E.   Bibliography
     
      Index
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