List of Tables

Chapter 1: The Campus Network

Figure 1.1: A traditional 80/20 network
Figure 1.2: A 20/80 network
Figure 1.3: VLANs break up broadcast domains in a switched internetwork.
Figure 1.4: The OSI model and the layer functions
Figure 1.5: Data encapsulation at each layer of the OSI reference model
Figure 1.6: The Cisco hierarchical model
Figure 1.7: A hierarchical network design
Figure 1.8: The core block
Figure 1.9: Collapsed core
Figure 1.10: Dual-core configuration
Figure 1.11: Layer 2 backbone scaling without STP
Figure 1.12: Enterprise Composite Module
Figure 1.13: Enterprise SAFE block diagram
Figure 1.14: Enterprise Campus Module detailed diagram

Chapter 2: Connecting the Switch Block

Figure 2.1: Access layer to distribution layer configuration

Chapter 3: VLANs, Trunks, and VTP

Figure 3.1: A flat network structure
Figure 3.2: Switches remove the physical boundary.
Figure 3.3: Physical LANs connected to a router
Figure 3.4: VTP modes
Figure 3.5: VTP advertisement content
Figure 3.6: Subset advertisement
Figure 3.7: VTP revision number
Figure 3.8: VTP pruning
Figure 3.9: Switched internetwork for hands-on lab

Chapter 4: Layer 2 Switching and the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)

Figure 4.1: How switches learn hosts' locations
Figure 4.2: Broadcast storms
Figure 4.3: Multiple frame copies
Figure 4.4: Spanning tree operations
Figure 4.5: STP default timers
Figure 4.6: Spanning tree example
Figure 4.7: Different switching modes within a frame

Chapter 5: Using Spanning Tree with VLANs

Figure 5.1: Prioritizing traffic by VLAN
Figure 5.2: Network diagram for the hands-on lab

Chapter 6: Inter-VLAN Routing

Figure 6.1: Routers with multiple links
Figure 6.2: Single trunk link for all VLANs
Figure 6.3: Configuring inter-VLAN communication for the hands-on labs

Chapter 7: Multilayer Switching (MLS)

Figure 7.1: Router-on-a-stick diagram
Figure 7.2: MLS example topology
Figure 7.3: MLSP discovery
Figure 7.4: Candidate packet
Figure 7.5: Enable packet
Figure 7.6: Frame modification
Figure 7.7: Router on a stick
Figure 7.8: Multiple switches, one router
Figure 7.9: Process switching flow
Figure 7.10: Fast switching tree
Figure 7.11: Optimum switching tree
Figure 7.12: CEF forwarding process
Figure 7.13: Lab topology

Chapter 8: Understanding and Configuring Multicast Operation

Figure 8.1: Unicast communication
Figure 8.2: Broadcast message on a network
Figure 8.3: Multicast communication
Figure 8.4: IP multicast mapped to MAC multicast
Figure 8.5: Example 1 for mapping IP multicast to MAC multicast addresses
Figure 8.6: Example 2 for mapping IP multicast to MAC multicast addresses
Figure 8.7: Multicast addressing overlap
Figure 8.8: IGMPv1 Query routine
Figure 8.9: Unsolicited join requests
Figure 8.10: IGMPv2 Leave process
Figure 8.11: CGMP Join process
Figure 8.12: Source tree forwarding
Figure 8.13: Shared tree forwarding
Figure 8.14: Bidirectional shared tree
Figure 8.15: TTL threshold utilization
Figure 8.16: DVMRP tunnels
Figure 8.17: PIM DM flooding
Figure 8.18: PIM DM pruning
Figure 8.19: PIM DM grafting
Figure 8.20: CBT data distribution
Figure 8.21: PIM SM pruning
Figure 8.22: Configuring an IP multicast network

Chapter 9: Quality of Service (QoS)

Figure 9.1: E-mail application fragments
Figure 9.2: HTTP application fragments
Figure 9.3: Voice playback buffers
Figure 9.4: Voice design model
Figure 9.5: Best efforts packets
Figure 9.6: Differentiated Services model
Figure 9.7: Basic QoS model
Figure 9.8: Frame and packet marking
Figure 9.9: Queuing overview
Figure 9.10: HSRP virtual router
Figure 9.11: HSRP hello process
Figure 9.12: Network diagram for the hands-on lab

Chapter 10: Catalyst Switch Technologies

Figure 10.1: Non-blocking switch fabric
Figure 10.2: Bus switching fabric
Figure 10.3: Shared memory switching fabric
Figure 10.4: Crossbar switching fabric
Figure 10.5: Contiguous buffering
Figure 10.6: Particle buffers
Figure 10.7: 2950 switch architecture
Figure 10.8: 3550 switch architecture
Figure 10.9: 4000 switch architecture
Figure 10.10: 6500 switch architecture

CCNP. Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks Study Guide (642-811)
CCNP: Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks Study Guide (642-811)
ISBN: 078214294X
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 174
Authors: Terry Jack © 2008-2017.
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