CCIE Practical Studies, 2. sējums

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Cisco Press, 2003 - 1000 lappuses
Annotation Gain hands-on experience for the CCIE? Lab Exam with Volume II of the best-selling CCIE Practical Studies from Cisco Press. Gain CCIE lab exam experience with volume 2 of the best-selling CCIE Practical Studies. Experience putting concepts into practice with lab scenarios that guide you in applying what you know onto real networks. Learn how to build a practice lab for your CCIE lab exam preparation. Use detailed labs and configuration exercises to learn technologies needed to succeed on the exam. CCIE Practical Studies, Volume II leads a CCIE candi20031120 through the process of preparing for the CCIE lab exam by presenting them with a series of challenging laboratory exercises. A perfect companion to the best-selling first edition, this book provides coverage of CCIE lab exam topics not covered in Volume I, like the Cisco Catalyst 3550, route maps, IS-IS, BGP, Multicast, and QoS. Combined with Volume I, the CCIE candidate will get comprehensive coverage of all topics on the Routing and Switching, Security, and Communications and Services lab exams. The book begins with a brief coverage of the core technologies required on the CCIE lab exam and includes suggested references for further reading. Laboratory exercise covering each of the core technologies follow, providing detailed guides to applying the technologies in real network settings. The final chapter of the book then concludes with five hands-on on lab exercises. These comprehensive practice labs include all of the technologies and gradually increase in the level of difficulty. They present readers with scenarios similar to the kind they will face of the actual lab exam, and detailed solutions for these labs are available at ciscopress.com. Study tips and test taking techniques are included throughout the book. nbsp;

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Command Syntax Conventions
xxii
Foreword
xxiii
Partl Ethernet Switching
3
1d Spanning Tree Protocol STP
28
STP Timers
35
Configuring EtherChannel Layer 3 Switching Routed Ports
115
Part II
118
Configuring 802 1w RSTP and 802 1s MST Layer 3 Switching
129
BGP Routing
689
Further Reading
705
Advanced BGP Configuration
707
BGP Confederations
716
Route Aggregation
732
Filtering BGP Routes
745
Using BGP Attributes to Create Routing Policies
754
Using Multiple Paths
795

Controlling Network Propagation and Network Access
145
Configuring Route Maps and PolicyBased Routing
147
Configuring Complex Route Maps and Using Tags Part I
195
Configuring PolicyBased Routing Part I
207
Multicast Routing
223
Configuring Multicast Routing
225
Multicast Distribution Trees
233
Protocol Independent Multicasting
237
Multicast TTL
243
Multicast Joining
249
Advanced Multicast Delivery
255
Monitoring and Testing
262
CCIE Multicast Lab Scenario
269
Part IV
271
The Other WAN Technology
290
Switching Modes
308
Compression
315
Further Reading
333
Chapter 5
335
RSVP and VoIP
355
Differentiated Services
366
Practice Scenario
383
Chapter 6
384
Further Reading
393
QoS Rate Limiting and Queuing Traffic
397
Custom Queuing
424
Enforcing Traffic Policy with QoS
440
Prioritizing RealTime Voice Traffic
451
Practice Scenarios
486
Managing Internet Traffic with CBWFQ and NBAR
500
Further Reading
508
Part V
511
NOTIFICATION Message
546
BGP FiniteState Machine Operation
553
BGP Path Attributes
565
Chapter 8
578
Route Reflectors
584
Peer Groups
593
Introduction to BGP4 Configuration
597
BGP Neighbor Configuration
646
Chapter 9
652
EBGP Peer Relationships
671
BGP and IGP Interaction
677
Multihoming a BGP Network
801
Administrative Distance and Its Effects on BGP
815
Tuning BGP Performance
821
Further Reading
866
Part VI
869
CCIE Preparation and Practice Labs
871
CCIE Practice Labs
885
PrestagingFrame Switch and ATM Configuration
886
OSPF RIP and Frame Relay
887
Traffic Control and ISDN
888
QoS and ATM
889
Boom
890
Rules
895
IP Setup
897
RIP EIGRP ISIS Integration
898
ISDN
899
QoS
900
The Intimidator
901
Rules
906
OSPF and Frame Relay
908
Voice
911
QoS
912
Prestaging Frame Relay Switch Backbone Routers and ATM Configuration
913
Rules
919
IP Setup
921
EIGRP Layer 3 Switching and Frame Relay
922
ISDN
923
DLSW+
924
NAT
925
Rules
929
IP Setup
930
Catalyst Configuration
931
OSPF EIGRP Layer 3 Switching and Frame Relay
932
Multicast Routing and NTP
933
BGP
934
Voice
935
Part VII
937
Appendix A Cisco IOS Software Limitations and Restrictions
939
Appendix
957
Bibliography
961
IP Prefix Lists
969
Index
979
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Karl Solie, CCIE No. 4599, is a Senior Network Engineer for Comdisco Network Services in Minnetonka, MN. Karl is also a lead instructor for the Comdisco CCIE program and is the author of CCIE Practical Studies, Volume I from Cisco Press.

Leah Lynch, CCIE No. 7220, is a network engineer with a large financial institution. Leah has over seven years of experience in the IT industry with four years focused on heterogeneous internetwork environments, including banking, retail, medical, government, manufacturing, corporate, sales, service provider, telecommunications, and wireless networks.

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