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Ensures accurate coverage of the new CCNP BCRAN 642-821exam released in 2003 with information from the source-available to NO OTHER PUBLISHER.
Improves student comprehension by providing operation understanding of topics.
Labs provide step-by-step implementation, building to a larger network implementation example.
Students learn how to build a home-based lab for hands-on learning.
Gain hands-on experience of CCNP Remote Access topics with lab scenarios for the new 642-821 BCRAN exam
CCNP Practical Studies: Remote Access (CCNP Self-Study) prepares readers for the CCNP 642-821 BCRAN exam and for workplace challenges in implementing remote access network applications. Designed as a topic-by-topic guide of how to apply remote access concepts in a real network setting, this book is useful in preparing a CCNP candidate for the general exam questions by providing a better understanding of how remote access really works. It is also essential in preparing candidates for the new simulation-based questions that are on the Cisco certification exams. Finally, it serves anyone wanting a guide to real-world application of these concepts, regardless of certification interest.
Each chapter includes a review of the applicable technology, and guides the reader through implementation of the technology. This step-by-step process can be executed on a home- or office-based lab, a remote-accessible lab, some networking simulation software programs, or even as a stand-alone guide.
All of the topics on the new 642-821 BCRAN exam are covered, providing comprehensive exam preparation.
Download - 550 KB -- Chapter 8: Using DSL to Access a Central Site
I. GETTING STARTED WITH REMOTE ACCESS.1. Introduction.
II. ENABLING ON-DEMAND CONNECTIONS.3. Configuring Asynchronous Connections with Modems.
III. ENHANCING ON-DEMAND CONNECTIVITY.6. Using ISDN and DDR Technologies to Enhance Remote Connectivity.
IV. ENABLING PERMANENT CONNECTIONS TO THE CENTRAL SITE.8. Using DSL to Access a Central Site.
V. SCALING REMOTE ACCESS NETWORKS.12. Scaling IP Addresses with Network Address Translation.
Download - 222 KB -- Index