Cisco Router Configuration Handbook, Adobe Reader, 2nd Edition
- By David Hucaby, Steve McQuerry, Andrew Whitaker
- Published Jun 30, 2010 by Cisco Press. Part of the Networking Technology series.
- Copyright 2010
- Dimensions: 7-3/8" x 9-1/8"
- Pages: 672
- Edition: 2nd
- eBook (Watermarked)
- ISBN-10: 1-58714-143-4
- ISBN-13: 978-1-58714-143-0
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Product Author Bios
David Hucaby, CCIE No. 4594, lead network engineer for the University of Kentucky, runs healthcare networks based on Cisco technologies. Steve McQuerry, CCIE No. 6108, a consulting systems engineer with Cisco, specializes in helping enterprise customers plan data center architectures. He has been active in internetworking since 1991, and previously taught and developed Cisco-related coursework for Global Knowledge. Andrew Whitaker, Director of Enterprise InfoSec and Networking for The Training Camp, manages and teaches ethical hacking and Cisco courses. He holds multiple Cisco certifications. Hucaby and McQuerry co-authored Cisco Catalyst Switch Configuration Handbook.
Fast answers and reliable solutions for all widely-used Cisco router features - all in one time-saving guide
Locating reliable Cisco router configuration command information can require extensive, time-consuming research. Cisco Router Configuration Handbook, 2/e, is the solution: a day-to-day reference to the most widely used Cisco router features and configurations. Straight from Cisco experts, it covers every facet of router configuration, including fundamentals, network protocols, packet processing, voice/telephony, security, and more. This book is organized for maximum efficiency. Related features are covered together, and features and options are covered in the sequence in which they are typically used. Shaded tabs mark each section for quick reference. Information on each feature, technology, or protocol is presented in a concise one- or two-page format, with sections presenting quick facts, configuration information, and step-by-step examples, including both required and optional commands. Simply put, this book brings together all the Cisco routing configuration information most network professionals will ever need - and organizes it more efficiently than any other resource.
Table of Contents
Part I: Configuration Fundamentals
Chapter 1. Configuration Basics
Chapter 2. Interface Configuration
Chapter 3. Dial Solutions
Part II: Network Protocols
Chapter 5. IPv4 Addressing and Services
Chapter 6. IPv6 Addressing and Services
Chapter 7. Access Lists and Regular Expressions
Chapter 8. IP Unicast Routing Protocols
Chapter 9 IP Multicast Routing
Chapter 10. IP Route Processing
Chapter 11 MultiProtocol Label Switching (MPLS)
Part III: Packet Processing
Chapter 12. Quality of Service
Chapter 13. Cisco IOS Software Switching Services
Part IV: Voice and Telephony
Chapter 14. Voice and Telephony
Part V: SecurityChapter
Chapter 15. Router Security
Chapter 16. Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
Appendix A. Cisco IOS Software Release and Filename Conventions
Appendix B. Cabling Quick Reference
Appendix C. SNMP MIB Structure
Appendix D. Password Recovery
Appendix E. Configuration Register Settings
Appendix F. Well-Known IP Protocol Numbers
Appendix G. Well-Known IP Port Numbers
Appendix H. ICMP Type and Code Numbers
Appendix I. Well-Known IP Multicast Addresses
Appendix J. Tool Command Language Scripting (TCL)
Appendix K. Security Device Manager
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