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CCNA 2.0 640-507 Routing and Switching Cheat Sheet, Adobe Reader

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  • Copyright 2003
  • Pages: 304
  • Edition: 1st
  • eBook (Adobe DRM)
  • ISBN-10: 0-7686-5537-4
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-7686-5537-7

The outline of CCNA Cheat Sheet maps directly to the Cisco requirements for the routing and switching CCNA exam. This book provides sample questions that test your knowledge of the CCNA exam objectives using a question format similar to that used on the actual exam. This book provides questions and answers that simulate the actual test--considered a necessity by the network professionals who want to "cram" for a test that will be an important milestone in their career.

Table of Contents



1. The OSI Reference Model.

Layer Definitions. Layer Functions.

Application Layer. Presentation Layer. Session Layer. Transport Layer. Network Layer. Data Link Layer. Physical Layer.

Encapsulation/De-encapsulation.

Moving Down the OSI Stack. Peer-to-Peer Communication.

Model Benefits.



2. Layered Communication and Connectivity.

Connection-Oriented Models. Connectionless Models. Flow Control and Windowing. IEEE Standards.

Data Link Addressing. Network Layer Addressing. MAC Addresses Versus Logical Addresses. Network Layer Functions and Internetworking.

ANSI Standards.



3. The Cisco IOS—Basic Router Commands.

IOS CLI Router—Basic Commands.

Log In on the Console. Entering the Privileged Mode. Router Mode Summary. The IOS Help Facility. Command History and Editing Features. The show Command. Router Memory Types. Examining RAM, NVRAM, and Flash RAM. The Cisco Discovery Protocol. More About show.

Telnet.



4. The Cisco IOS—Configuration Commands and Passwords.

IOS CLI Router—Configuration.

Router Passwords. Setting Router Passwords and the Hostname. Router Banners. Understanding the Router Startup. The setup Command. Enabling IP Routing.



5. The Cisco IOS—Configuration Files and IOS Images.

IOS CLI Router-Configuration and IOS File Manipulation.

The Trivial File Transport Protocol. Copying Configuration Files to the TFTP Server. Copying from the TFTP Server. Loading the Cisco IOS. Manipulating the IOS Software Image. Backing Up the Current IOS Image. Copying an IOS Image from the TFTP Server.



6. Network Protocols—TCP/IP.

TCP/IP.

The Importance of Subnet Masks. IP Address Classes. TCP/IP, OSI, and DOD. TCP/IP Transport Layer. TCP/IP Network Layer. IP Addresses and Subnetting. Converting Decimal to Binary. Computing Subnet Masks. Calculating Host Addresses Available. Calculating Subnet Address Ranges. Router Subnet Mask Notation. Configuring IP Addresses.

ICMP.

ICMP Messages. ping and traceroute.

DNS.

DNS and the Internet. DNS Zones.



7. Network Protocols—IPX/SPX.

Novell IPX.

IPX Addressing. SAP Broadcasts.

IPX.

Enabling and Configuring IPX Routing. Monitoring IPX.



8. Internetwork Routing.

Routing.

Static Versus Dynamic Routing. Configuring RIP. Viewing RIP Routing Tables and Other Parameters.

IGRP.

Configuring IGRP. Viewing IGRP Routing Tables and Other Parameters.

Router Packet Switching Modes.

Distance-Vector Routing Protocols. Link-State Routing Protocols. Multiprotocol Routing.



9. WAN Protocols—HDLC Frame Relay and ATM.

WAN Protocols Overview.

Frame Relay. ATM. ISDN/LAPD. Point-to-Point Protocols.

HDLC. Frame Relay.

Configuring Frame Relay. Frame Relay Encapsulation and DLCIs. Mapping Network Protocol Addresses. Configuring Subinterfaces. Monitoring Frame Relay.

ATM.

Configuring ATM. Monitoring ATM. ATM LAN Implementations.



10. WAN Protocols—Configuring PPP and ISDN.

PPP.

Configuring PPP. Viewing PPP Statistics.

ISDN.

ISDN Protocols. ISDN Function Groups. ISDN Reference Points. ISDN Channels. Cisco's Implementation of ISDN BRI.



11. Access Lists and Network Troubleshooting.

Access Lists.

Standard IP Access Lists. Complex IP Wildcard Masks. Configuring and Grouping Standard IP Access Lists. Extended IP Access Lists. Configuring Extended IP Access Lists. Monitoring IP Access Lists. IPX Access Lists and SAP Filters. IPX Standard Access Lists. IPX Extended Access Lists. SAP Filters.

Troubleshooting.

The show interfaces ethernet Command. The show interfaces tokenring Command. The show interface serial Command. Checking Network Connections.



12. LAN Design and Segmentation.

Ethernet. Fast Ethernet. Gigabit Ethernet. Token-Ring. Network Segmentation and VLANs.

Bridges. Switches. VLANs.

The Spanning-Tree Protocol. Switching Modes/Methods. IOS CLI Switch.



Appendix A. The Student Preparation Guide.

The CCNA Exam and This Book. Passing the Exam. Registering for the Exam. Taking the Exam. After the Exam.



Index.

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