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Title:
CCNA Cisco certified network associate study guide
Author:
Lammle, Todd.
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Publication Information:
San Francisco, Calif. : Sybex Inc., [1999]

©1999
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xxxiii, 729 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm + 1 computer laser optical disc (4 3/4 in.).
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Includes index.

Book has accompanying computer disk.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780782123814
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Book

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A low-cost alternative to the expensive Cisco courses and self-study options for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), this book is mapped to Cisco's Introduction to Cisco Router Certification course.


Table of Contents

Introductionp. xxiii
Assessment Testp. xli
Chapter 1 Internetworkingp. 1
Internetworking Modelsp. 3
The Layered Approachp. 3
Advantages of Reference Modelsp. 4
The OSI Reference Modelp. 5
The OSI Layersp. 6
Ethernet Networkingp. 21
Half- and Full-Duplex Ethernetp. 22
Ethernet at the Data Link Layerp. 23
Ethernet at the Physical Layerp. 29
Data Encapsulationp. 30
The Cisco Three-Layer Hierarchical Modelp. 32
The Core Layerp. 35
The Distribution Layerp. 35
The Access Layerp. 36
Assembling and Cabling Cisco Devicesp. 37
Cabling the Ethernet Local Area Networkp. 37
Ethernet Media and Connector Requirementsp. 38
UTP Connections (RJ-45)p. 39
Cabling the Wide Area Networkp. 42
Selecting Cisco Productsp. 45
Cisco Hubsp. 46
Cisco Routersp. 47
Cisco Switchesp. 49
Summaryp. 51
Key Termsp. 51
Written Labsp. 53
Lab 1.1 OSI Questionsp. 53
Lab 1.2 Defining the OSI Layers and Devicesp. 55
Lab 1.3 Identifying Collision and Broadcast Domainsp. 56
Chapter 2 Switching Technologiesp. 71
Layer-2 Switchingp. 72
Limitations of Layer-2 Switchingp. 73
Bridging versus LAN Switchingp. 74
Three Switch Functions at Layer 2p. 74
Address Learningp. 74
Forward/Filter Decisionsp. 76
Loop Avoidancep. 77
Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP)p. 79
Spanning-Tree Operationsp. 79
Selecting the Root Bridgep. 80
Selecting the Designated Portp. 81
Spanning-Tree Port Statesp. 82
Spanning-Tree Examplep. 83
LAN Switch Typesp. 84
Store and Forwardp. 85
Cut-Through (Real Time)p. 85
FragmentFree (Modified Cut-Through)p. 86
Summaryp. 86
Key Termsp. 87
Chapter 3 Internet Protocolp. 99
TCP/IP and the DoD Modelp. 100
The Process/Application Layer Protocolsp. 102
The Host-to-Host Layer Protocolsp. 107
The Internet Layer Protocolsp. 116
IP Addressingp. 125
IP Terminologyp. 126
The Hierarchical IP Addressing Schemep. 126
Subnettingp. 134
Subnet Masksp. 136
Subnetting Class C Addressesp. 136
Subnetting Class B Addressesp. 145
Subnetting Class A Addressesp. 153
Chapter 4 Configuration and IOS Management Commandsp. 171
Cisco Router User Interfacep. 173
Cisco Router IOSp. 173
Connecting to a Cisco Routerp. 174
Bringing Up a Routerp. 175
Command-Line Interfacep. 180
Logging into the Routerp. 181
Overview of Router Modesp. 182
CLI Promptsp. 182
Editing and Help Featuresp. 185
Gathering Basic Routing Informationp. 190
Setting the Passwordsp. 191
Bannersp. 197
Router Interfacesp. 199
Hostnamesp. 204
Descriptionsp. 204
Viewing and Saving Configurationsp. 205
Verifying Your Configurationp. 207
Summaryp. 213
Key Termsp. 214
Commands in This Chapterp. 214
Written Labp. 218
Hands-on Labsp. 219
Lab 4.1 Logging into a Routerp. 219
Lab 4.2 Using the Help and Editing Featuresp. 220
Lab 4.3 Saving a Router Configurationp. 222
Lab 4.4 Setting Your Passwordsp. 222
Lab 4.5 Setting the Hostname, Descriptions, IP Address, and Clock Ratep. 225
Review Questionsp. 227
Answers to the Written Labp. 232
Answers to Review Questionsp. 233
Chapter 5 IP Routingp. 235
Routingp. 236
The IP Routing Processp. 237
IP Routing in a Larger Networkp. 241
IP Routing in Our Networkp. 246
Static Routingp. 247
Default Routingp. 253
Dynamic Routingp. 255
Administrative Distancesp. 256
Routing Protocolsp. 257
Routing Loopsp. 259
Routing Information Protocol (RIP)p. 262
RIP Timersp. 263
Configuring RIP Routingp. 263
Verifying the RIP Routing Tablesp. 266
Holding Down RIP Propagationsp. 268
Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP)p. 268
IGRP Timersp. 269
Configuring IGRP Routingp. 269
Configuring IGRP in Our Internetworkp. 270
2621Ap. 271
2501Ap. 271
2501Bp. 272
2501Cp. 272
Verifying the IGRP Routing Tablesp. 272
Verifying Your Configurationsp. 275
The Show Protocols Commandp. 275
The Show IP Protocol Commandp. 276
The Debug IP RIP Commandp. 278
The Debug IP IGRP Commandp. 279
Hands-on Labsp. 285
Lab 5.1 Creating Static Routesp. 285
Lab 5.2 Dynamic Routing with RIPp. 287
Lab 5.3 Dynamic Routing with IGRPp. 288
Chapter 6 Virtual LANs (VLANs)p. 299
Virtual LANsp. 300
Broadcast Controlp. 301
Securityp. 302
Flexibility and Scalabilityp. 303
VLAN Membershipsp. 305
Static VLANsp. 305
Dynamic VLANsp. 305
Identifying VLANsp. 306
Frame Taggingp. 306
VLAN Identification Methodsp. 307
Inter-Switch Link (ISL) Protocolp. 307
Trunkingp. 308
Routing between VLANsp. 309
VLAN Trunk Protocol (VTP)p. 309
VTP Modes of Operationp. 311
Configuration Revision Numberp. 312
VTP Pruningp. 312
Chapter 7 Managing a Cisco Internetworkp. 325
The Internal Components of a Cisco Routerp. 327
The Router Boot Sequencep. 328
Managing Configuration Registersp. 329
Understanding the Configuration Register Bitsp. 329
Checking the Current Configuration Register Valuep. 331
Changing the Configuration Registerp. 331
Recovering Passwordsp. 332
Backing Up and Restoring the Cisco IOSp. 336
Verifying Flash Memoryp. 336
Backing Up the Cisco IOSp. 337
Restoring or Upgrading the Cisco Router IOSp. 338
Backing Up and Restoring the Cisco Configurationp. 341
Backing Up the Cisco Router Configurationp. 342
Restoring the Cisco Router Configurationp. 344
Erasing the Configurationp. 345
Using Cisco Discovery Protocolp. 345
Getting CDP Timers and Holdtime Informationp. 345
Getting Neighbor Informationp. 346
Getting Interface Traffic Informationp. 349
Getting Port and Interface Informationp. 350
Using Telnetp. 351
Telnetting into Multiple Devices Simultaneouslyp. 353
Checking Telnet Connectionsp. 355
Checking Telnet Usersp. 355
Closing Telnet Sessionsp. 356
Resolving Hostnamesp. 357
Building a Host Tablep. 357
Using DNS to Resolve Namesp. 360
Checking Network Connectivityp. 362
Using the Ping Commandp. 362
Using the Trace Commandp. 363
Hands-on Labsp. 370
Lab 7.1 Backing Up Your Router IOSp. 370
Lab 7.2 Upgrading or Restoring Your Router IOSp. 371
Lab 7.3 Backing Up the Router Configurationp. 371
Lab 7.4 Using the Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)p. 372
Lab 7.5 Using Telnetp. 373
Lab 7.6 Resolving Hostnamesp. 374
Chapter 8 Configuring Novell IPXp. 385
Introduction to Novell IPXp. 386
Novell IPX Protocol Stackp. 387
Client-Server Communicationp. 388
Server-Server Communicationp. 390
IPX Addressingp. 395
Encapsulationp. 396
Enabling IPX on Cisco Routersp. 398
Enabling IPX Routingp. 398
Enabling IPX on Individual Interfacesp. 398
Configuring Our Internetwork with IPXp. 400
Configuring IPX on the 2621A Routerp. 401
Configuring IPX on the 2501A Routerp. 401
Configuring IPX on the 2501B Routerp. 402
Configuring IPX on the 2501C Routerp. 402
Verifying the IPX Routing Tablesp. 403
Adding Secondary Addressesp. 405
Configuring Secondary Addressesp. 406
Subinterfacesp. 406
Configuring Our Internetwork with Multiple Ethernet Frame Typesp. 407
Configuring Multiple Frame Types on the 2621A Routerp. 408
Configuring Multiple Frame Types on the 2501A Routerp. 409
Configuring Multiple Frame Types on the 2501B Routerp. 410
Configuring Multiple Frame Types on the 2501C Routerp. 410
Verifying the IPX Routing Tablesp. 411
Monitoring IPX on Cisco Routersp. 412
Show IPX Serversp. 413
Show IPX Routep. 414
Show IPX Trafficp. 415
Show IPX Interfacesp. 416
Show Protocolsp. 417
Debug IPXp. 418
Router A#IPX Pingp. 420
Hands-on Labsp. 425
Lab 8.1 Configuring Internetworking Packet Exchange (IPX)p. 425
Lab 8.2 Adding Secondary Network Addresses and Multiple Frame Types with IPXp. 427
Chapter 9 Managing Traffic with Access Listsp. 439
Access Listsp. 440
Standard IP Access Listsp. 442
Controlling VTY (Telnet) Accessp. 447
Extended IP Access Listsp. 448
Monitoring IP Access Listsp. 453
IPX Access Listsp. 453
Standard IPX Access Listsp. 454
Extended IPX Access Listsp. 455
IPX SAP Filtersp. 456
Verifying IPX Access Listsp. 457
Hands-on Labsp. 462
Lab 9.1 Standard IP Access Listsp. 462
Lab 9.2 Extended IP Access Listsp. 464
Lab 9.3 Standard IPX Access Listsp. 466
Chapter 10 Wide Area Networking Protocolsp. 477
Wide Area Networksp. 478
Defining WAN Termsp. 478
WAN Connection Typesp. 479
WAN Supportp. 480
High-Level Data-Link Control Protocol (HDLC)p. 481
Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)p. 483
Link Control Protocol (LCP) Configuration Optionsp. 484
PPP Session Establishmentp. 484
PPP Authentication Methodsp. 485
Configuring PPP on Cisco Routersp. 485
Configuring PPP Authenticationp. 486
Verifying PPP Encapsulationp. 487
Frame Relayp. 488
Frame Relay Terminologyp. 489
Frame Relay Encapsulationp. 491
Data Link Connection Identifiers (DLCIs)p. 492
Local Management Interface (LMI)p. 493
Subinterfacesp. 494
Mapping Frame Relayp. 498
Frame Relay Congestion Controlp. 500
Committed Information Rate (CIR)p. 500
Monitoring Frame Relayp. 501
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)p. 505
ISDN Componentsp. 506
Basic Rate Interface (BRI)p. 509
Primary Rate Interface (PRI)p. 510
ISDN with Cisco Routersp. 510
Dial-on-Demand Routing (DDR)p. 511
Configuring DDRp. 512
Configuring Static Routesp. 512
Specifying Interesting Trafficp. 512
Configuring the Dialer Informationp. 513
Optional Commandsp. 515
DDR with Access Listsp. 516
Verifying the ISDN Operationp. 516
Hands-on Labsp. 524
Lab 10.1 Configuring PPP Encapsulation and Authenticationp. 524
Lab 10.2 Configuring and Monitoring HDLCp. 526
Lab 10.3 Configuring Frame Relay and Subinterfacesp. 526
Lab 10.4 Configuring ISDN and BRI Interfacesp. 528
Appendix A Practice Examp. 543
Questions to the Practice Examp. 544
Answers to the Practice Examp. 560
Appendix B Configuring the Catalyst 1900 Switchp. 567
Features of the 1900 Switchp. 569
The Three Configuration Optionsp. 570
Connecting to the Console Portp. 570
1900 Switch Startupp. 571
Connecting to an Ethernet Portp. 573
Cisco 1900 IOS Configuration Commandsp. 573
Setting the Passwordsp. 574
Setting the Hostnamep. 578
Setting IP Informationp. 579
Configuring Switch Interfacesp. 580
Configuring Interface Descriptionsp. 583
Configuring the Port Duplexp. 585
Verifying IP Connectivityp. 586
Erasing the Switch Configurationp. 587
Managing the MAC Address Tablep. 587
Setting Permanent and Static MAC Addressesp. 588
Configuring Port Securityp. 592
Using the Show Version Commandp. 592
Changing the LAN Switch Typep. 593
Configuring VLANsp. 594
Assigning Switch Ports to VLANsp. 596
Configuring Trunk Portsp. 598
Clearing VLANs from Trunk Linksp. 599
Verifying Trunk Linksp. 600
Configuring ISL Routingp. 601
Configuring VTPp. 602
Configuring the Domainp. 602
Adding to a VTP Domainp. 603
VTP Pruningp. 604
Restoring or Upgrading the Catalyst 1900 IOSp. 605
Backing Up and Restoring the Catalyst 1900 Configurationp. 605
CDP with the 1900 Switchp. 607
Hands-on Labsp. 613
Lab B.1 Managing the 1900 Switchp. 613
Lab B.2 1900 Switch Operationsp. 614
Lab B.3 Creating VLANsp. 616
Lab B.4 Assigning VLANs to Switch Portsp. 618
Lab B.5 Configuring Trunkingp. 620
Lab B.6 Configuring VTPp. 621
Lab B.7 Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing with ISLp. 622
Appendix C Commands in This Study Guidep. 633
Glossaryp. 649
Indexp. 717

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