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Building scalable Cisco networks

Building scalable Cisco networks

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Paquet, Catherine. Teare, Diane.
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Building scalable Cisco networks / Catherine Paquet, Diane Teare.
발행사항
Indianapolis, IN :   Cisco Press,   c2001.  
형태사항
xxx, 807 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
총서사항
Cisco career certifications
ISBN
1578702283 :
요약
"Prepare for CCNP and CCDP certification with the official Cisco BSCN coursebook"--Cover.
일반주기
Includes index.  
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Computer networks. Routers (Computer networks)
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소장정보

No. 소장처 청구기호 등록번호 도서상태 반납예정일 예약 서비스
No. 1 소장처 과학도서관/Sci-Info(2층서고)/ 청구기호 004.6 P219b 등록번호 121059760 도서상태 분실(장서관리) 반납예정일 예약 서비스 M

컨텐츠정보

저자소개

캐서린 파켓(지은이)

인터네트워킹과 보안 분야에서 프리랜서로 일하고 있다. 보안 시스템, 원격 접속, 라우팅 기술 분야에 해박하며, BCRAN(Building Cisco Remote Access Networks)과 MCNS (Managing Cisco Network Security) 과정의 과정 디렉터 및 마스터 교수로 일했다. 지은 책으로 , 등이 있다.

다이앤 티어(지은이)

네트워킹, 훈련, e-러닝 분야의 컨설턴트다. DCN(Designing Cisco Networks)와 BSCN(Building Scalable Cisco Networks) 과정의 과정 디렉터 및 마스터 강사로 근무했으며, 현재 같은 회사에서 e-러닝 디렉터로 있다. 전자공학 BASc와 경영과학 MASc 학위를 가지고 있다. 지은 책으로 , , 등이 있다.

정보제공 : Aladin

목차


CONTENTS

Foreword = xxiii

Introduction = xxiv

Part Ⅰ Scalable Internetworks = 2

 Chapter 1 Routing Principles = 4

  Routing Fundamentals = 5

   Routing Defined = 5

   Routing Requirements = 6

   Routing Information = 7

   Administrative Distance = 8

   Routing Metric = 9

   Neighbor Relationships = 13

  Routing Protocols = 15

   Classful Routing Overview = 15

   Classless Routing Overview = 18

   Distance Vector Operation = 20

   Link-State Operation = 22

   Convergence = 24

  Routing Table Analysis = 37

  Introduction to the Case Study = 40

  Summary = 41

  Configuration Exercise : Discovering the Network = 42

   Objectives = 42

   Visual Objective = 42

   Command List = 42

   Setup = 43

   Task : Basic Router Setup = 45

   Completion Criteria = 49

  Answers to Configuration Exercise : Discovering the Network = 49

   Answers to Task : Basic Router Setup = 49

  Review Questions = 62

 Chapter 2 Extending IP Addresses = 64

  Current Challenges in IP Addressing = 65

  IP Addressing Solutions = 65

   IP Addressing and Subnetting = 67

  Hierarchical Addressing = 69

   Planning an IP Address Hierarchy = 69

   Benefits of Hierarchical Addressing = 70

  Variable-Length Subnet Masks = 71

   VLSM Overview = 71

   Calculating VLSMs = 73

   A Working VLSM Example = 74

  Route Summarization = 75

   Route Summarization Overview = 75

   Summarizing Within an Octet = 77

   Summarizing Addresses in a VLSM-Designed Network = 78

   Route Summarization Implementation = 78

   Route Summarization Operation in Cisco Routers = 79

   Summarizing Routes in a Discontiguous Network = 80

   Route Summarization Summary = 82

  Classless Interdomain Routing = 83

   CIDR Example = 83

  Using IP Unnumbered Serial Interfaces = 84

  Using Helper Addresses = 86

   Server Location = 87

   IP Helper Address Configuration = 88

   IP Helper Address Examples = 89

  Summary = 92

  Review Questions = 93

Part Ⅱ Scalable Routing Protocols = 96

 Chapter 3 Configuring OSPF in a Single Area = 98

  OSPF Overview = 99

  OSPF Terminology = 101

  OSPF Operation in a Broadcast Multiaccess Topology = 103

   Designated Router and Backup Designated Router = 106

   OSPF Startup = 109

   Choosing Routes = 111

   Maintaining Routing Information = 114

  OSPF Operation in a Point-to-Point Topology = 116

  OSPF Operation in an NBMA Topology = 117

   OSPF over NBMA Topology - Modes of Operation = 120

   NBMA Mode Neighborship = 121

  Configuring OSPF in a Single Area = 125

   Optional OSPF Configuration Commands = 126

   Configuring OSPF over NBMA Topology = 129

  Verifying OSPF Operation = 133

  Case Study : OSPF in a Single Area = 139

   Case Study Solution = 140

  Summary = 141

  Configuration Exercise #1 : Configuring OSPF for a Single Area = 142

   Objectives = 142

   Visual Objective = 142

   Command List = 143

   Task 1 : Enabling OSPF Within Your Pod = 144

   Task 2 : Enabling OSPF Connectivity to the backbone_r1 Router = 145

   Bonus Task = 146

   Completion Criteria = 146

  Configuration Exercise #2 : Configuring OSPF for a Single Area in an NBMA Environment = 147

   Objectives = 147

   Visual Objective = 147

   Command List = 148

   Setup = 149

   Task 1 : Creating the Frame Relay Switch = 149

   Task 2 : Enabling OSPF over NBMA Network Using Main Interface = 149

   Bonus Task = 150

   Task 3 : Enabling OSPF over NBMA Network Using Point-to-Point Subinterface = 150

   Completion Criteria = 151

  Answers to Configuration Exercise #1 : Configuring OSPF for a Single Area = 152

   Answers to Task 1 : Enabling OSPF Within Your Pod = 152

   Answers to Task 2 : Enabling OSPF Connectivity to the backbone_r1 Router = 161

   Bonus Task = l63

  Answers to Configuration Exercise #2 : Configuring OSPF for a Single Area in an NBMA Environment = 165

   Answers to Setup = 165

   Answers to Task 1 : Creating the Frame Relay Switch = 166

   Answers to Task 2 : Enabling OSPF over NBMA Network Using Main Interface = 167

   Answers to Bonus Task = 169

   Answers to Task 3 : Enabling OSPF over NBMA Network Using Point-to-Point Subinterface = 170

  Review Questions = 172

 Chapter 4 Interconnecting Multiple OSPF Areas = 174

  Multiple OSPF Areas = 175

   Types of Routers = 177

   Types of Link-State Advertisements = 178

   Types of Areas = 181

  OSPF Operation Across Multiple Areas = 184

   Flooding LSUs in Multiple Areas = 184

   Virtual Links Overview = 186

  Using and Configuring OSPF Multiarea Components = 188

   Using Stub and Totally Stubby Areas = 189

   Multiple-Area NBMA Environment = 195

   Supporting Route Summarization = 195

   Configuring Virtual Links = 202

  Verifying OSPF Operation = 204

  Case Study : OSPF Multiarea = 204

   Case Study Solution = 206

  Summary = 207

  Configuration Exercise : Configuring a Multiarea OSPF Network = 207

   Objectives = 207

   Visual Objective = 208

   Command List = 209

   Setup = 209

   Task 1 : Enabling OSPF with Multiple Areas and Area Summarization = 211

   Task 2 : Enabling OSPF Stub Area = 212

   Task 3 : Enabling OSPF Totally Stubby Area = 213

   Task 4 : Enabling OSPF Not-So-Stubby Area (Optional) = 213

   Bonus Questions = 214

   Task 5 : Enabling OSPF Virtual Link to Support an OSPF Area Not Connected to Area 0(Optional) = 215

   Completion Criteria = 216

  Answers to Configuration Exercise : Configuring a Multiarea OSPF Network = 216

   Answers to Setup = 217

   Answers to Task 1 : Enabling OSPF with Multiple Areas and Area Summarization = 219

   Answers to Task 2 : Enabling OSPF Stub Area = 224

   Answers to Task 3 : Enabling OSPF Totally Stubby Area = 228

   Answers to Task 4 : Enabling OSPF Not-So-Stubby Area(Optional) = 230

   Answers to Bonus Questions = 236

   Answers to Task 5 : Enabling OSPF Virtual Link to Support an OSPF Area Not Connected to Area 0(Optional) = 237

  Review Questions = 244

 Chapter 5 Configuring EIGRP = 246

  EIGRP Overview = 247

   Advantages of EIGRP = 248

   EIGRP Terminology = 250

  EIGRP Operation = 251

   EIGRP Packets = 251

   EIGRP Neighbor Relationship = 252

  Configuring EIGRP = 264

   Steps for Configuring EIGRP = 264

   Route Summarization = 265

   EIGRP Load Balancing = 268

   EIGRP and WAN Links = 270

   Using EIGRP in a Scalable Internetwork = 274

   Verifying EIGRP Operation = 282

  Case Study : EIGRP = 283

   Case Study Solution = 284

  Summary = 285

  Configuration Exercise #1 : Configuring EIGRP = 286

   Objectives = 286

   Visual Objective = 286

   Command List = 287

   Setup = 288

   Task 1 : Enabling EIGRP Within Your Pod = 288

   Task 2 : Enabling EIGRP Connectivity to the backbone_r1 Router = 289

   Completion Criteria = 290

  Configuration Exercise #2 : Configuring EIGRP in an NBMA Environment = 290

   Objectives = 290

   Visual Objective = 291

   Command List = 291

   Setup = 292

   Task 1 : Creating a Frame Relay Switch = 292

   Task 2 : Enabling EIGRP over NBMA Network Using Main Interface = 292

   Completion Criteria = 293

  Answers to Configuration Exercise #1 : Configuring EIGRP = 293

   Answers to Setup = 293

   Answers to Task 1 : Enabling EIGRP Within Your Pod = 294

   Answers to Task 2 : Enabling EIGRP Connectivity to the backbone_r1 Router = 297

  Answers to Configuration Exercise #2 : Configuring EIGRP in an NBMA Environment = 304

   Answers to Setup = 304

   Answers to Task 1 : Creating a Frame Relay Switch = 305

   Answers to Task 2 : Enabling EIGRP over NBMA Network Using Main Interface = 306

  Review Questions = 308

 Chapter 6 Configuring Basic Border Gateway Protocol = 310

  BGP Overview = 311

   Autonomous Systems = 311

   BGP Use = 313

   Comparison with Other Scalable Routing Protocols = 315

  When to Use BGP = 315

   How Big Is the Internet? = 316

  When Not to Use BGP = 316

   Static Routes = 317

  BGP Terminology and Concepts = 319

   BGP Characteristics = 319

   BGP Inside IP Packets = 320

   BGP Tables = 320

   BGP Peers or Neighbors = 321

   Policy-Based Routing = 322

   BGP Attributes = 323

  BGP Operation = 334

   BGP Message Types = 334

   Route Selection Decision Process = 336

   CIDR and Aggregate Addresses = 338

  Configuring BGP = 340

   Peer Groups = 340

   Basic BGP Commands = 341

   Basic BGP Commands Example = 343

   Changing the Next-Hop Attribute = 344

   Disabling BGP Synchronization = 344

   Creating a Summary Address in the BGP Table = 344

   Resetting BGP = 346

   Another BGP Example = 347

  Verifying BGP = 348

   show ip bgp Command Output Example = 349

   show ip bgp summary Command Output Example = 350

   show ip bgp neighbors Command Output Example = 350

   debug ip bgp updates Command Output Example = 351

  Summary = 352

  Configuration Exercise : Configuring BGP = 353

   Objectives = 353

   Visual Objective = 354

   Command List = 354

   Setup = 355

   Task 1 : Enabling EBGP = 356

   Task 2 : Enabling Full-Mesh IBGP Within Your Pod(AS) = 357

   Bonus Questions = 359

   Completion Criteria = 360

  Answers to Configuration Exercise : Configuring BGP = 360

   Answers to Setup = 360

   Answers to Task 1 : Enabling EBGP = 362

   Answers to Task 2 : Enabling Full-Mesh IBGP Within Your Pod(AS) = 366

   Answers to Bonus Questions = 376

  Review Questions = 377

 Chapter 7 Implementing BGP in Scalable Networks = 380

  Scalability Problems with IBGP = 381

   BGP Split Horizon = 381

  Route Reflectors = 383

   Route Reflector Benefits = 383

   Route Reflector Terminology = 384

   Route Reflector Design = 384

   Route Reflector Design Example = 385

   Route Reflector Operation = 386

   Route Reflector Migration Tips = 386

   Route Reflector Configuration = 388

   Route Reflector Example = 389

   Verifying Route Reflectors = 390

  Policy Control and Prefix Lists = 390

   Prefix List Characteristics = 391

   Filtering with Prefix Lists = 391

   Configuring Prefix Lists = 392

   Prefix List Sequence Numbers = 395

   Prefix List Example = 396

   Verifying Prefix Lists = 397

   Verifying Prefix Lists Example = 397

  Multihoming = 398

   Types of Multihoming = 398

   Default Routes from All Providers = 398

   Customer and Default Routes from All Providers = 399

   Full Routes from All Providers = 402

   Configuring Weight and Local Preference = 403

   Multihoming Examples = 404

  Redistribution with IGPs = 407

   Advertising Networks into BGP = 407

   Advertising from BGP into an IGP = 409

  Case Study : Multihomed BGP = 410

   Case Study Solution = 410

  Summary = 413

  Configuration Exercise #1 : Configuring BGP Route Reflectors and Prefix List Filtering = 413

   Objectives = 413

   Visual Objective = 414

   Command List = 414

   Setup = 415

   Task 1 : Enabling pxr1 to Be the Route Reflector = 415

   Task 2 : Enabling an Inbound Prefix List = 418

   Completion Criteria = 419

  Configuration Exercise #2 : Configuring Multihomed BGP = 419

   Objectives = 419

   Visual Objective = 419

   Command List = 420

   Task : Enabling a Second EBGP Connection = 421

   Completion Criteria = 423

  Answers to Configuration Exercise #1 : Configuring BGP Route Reflectors and Prefix List Filtering = 424

   Answers to Setup = 424

   Answers to Task 1 : Enabling pxrl to Be the Route Reflector = 425

   Answers to Task 2 : Enabling an Inbound Prefix List = 435

  Answers to Configuration Exercise #2 : Configuring Multihomed BGP = 437

   Answers to Task : Enabling a Second EBGP Connection = 437

  Review Questions = 449

Part Ⅲ Controlling Scalable Internetworks = 450

 Chapter 8 Optimizing Routing Update Operation = 452

  Redistribution Among Multiple Routing Protocols = 453

   What Is Redistribution? = 453

   Redistribution Considerations = 455

  Configuring Redistribution = 458

   Redistributing into OSPF = 459

   Redistributing into EIGRP = 460

   Defining the Default Metric = 460

   Configuring Redistribution into Edge Protocol = 462

   The passive-interface Command = 462

   Static and Default Routes = 463

  Controlling Routing Update Traffic = 471

   Using Route Filters = 472

   Modifying Administrative Distance = 477

   Redistribution Example Using the distance Command = 479

  Verifying Redistribution Operation = 485

  Policy-Based Routing Using Route Maps = 486

   Policy-Based Routing = 488

   Configuring Policy-Based Routing = 489

   Policy-Based Routing Example = 494

  Verifying Policy-Based Routing = 495

  Case Study : Redistribution = 496

   Case Study Solution = 497

  Summary = 499

  Configuration Exercise #1 : Configuring Policy-Based Routing = 499

   Objectives = 499

   Visual Objective = 500

   Command List = 500

   Setup = 501

   Task : Enable IP Policy-Based Routing at pxr1 = 501

   Completion Criteria = 503

  Configuration Exercise #2 : Configuring Route Redistribution Between OSPF and EIGRP = 503

   Objectives = 503

   Visual Objective = 504

   Command List = 504

   Setup = 505

   Task 1 : Enable OSPF Between pxr1(S0 and S1) and pxr2(S0 and S1) = 505

   Task 2 : Enable EIGRP Between pxr1(S2) and pxr3(S0) = 505

   Task 3 : Enable Route Redistribution Between OSPF and EIGRP = 506

   Task 4 : Enable Route Redistribution from EIGRP to OSPF with Filtering = 507

   Bonus Task = 507

   Completion Criteria = 507

  Configuration Exercise #1 Answers : Configuring Policy-Based Routing = 508

   Answers to Setup = 508

   Answers to Task : Enable IP Policy-Based Routing at pxr1 = 508

  Configuration Exercise #2 Answers : Configuring Route Redistribution Between OSPF and EIGRP = 518

   Answers to Setup = 518

   Answers to Task 1 : Enable OSPF Between pxr1(S0 and S1) and pxr2(S0 and S1) = 518

   Answers to Task 2 : Enable EIGRP Between pxr1(S2) and pxr3(S0) = 519

   Answers to Task 3 : Enable Route Redistribution Between OSPF and EIGRP = 521

   Answers to Task 4 : Enable Route Redistribution from EIGRP to OSPF with Filtering = 525

   Answers to Bonus Task = 527

  Review Questions = 528

 Chapter 9 Implementing Scalability Features in Your Internetwork = 530

  Routing Principles = 531

   Routing Defined = 531

   Classful Routing = 531

   Classless Routing = 532

  Extending IP Addressing Space = 533

   IP Addressing Solutions = 533

   VLSM Overview = 534

   Route Summarization Overview = 535

   CIDR Overview = 536

  Connecting to ISPs = 537

   Autonomous Systems = 537

   BGP Characteristics = 538

   BGP Route Selection Decision Process = 539

   BGP Multihoming = 540

  Controlling Routing Updates and Policies = 541

   Route Filters with Distribute Lists = 541

   Route Maps = 542

   Policy-Based Routing = 543

   BGP Policy Control = 543

  Route Redistribution = 543

   When to Use Multiple Routing Protocols = 544

   Redistribution Overview = 544

   Redistribution Implementation Guidelines = 545

  Case Study : Summary = 546

   Case Study Solution = 548

  Summary = 550

  Configuration Exercise : Super Lab, Part Ⅰ = 551

   Objectives = 552

   Visual Objective = 552

   Command List = 552

   Setup = 552

   Task : Super Lab, Part Ⅰ, Configuration = 553

   Completion Criteria = 554

  Configuration Exercise : Super Lab, Part Ⅱ = 554

   Objectives = 554

   Visual Objective = 554

   Command List = 555

   Setup = 556

   Task : Super Lab, Part Ⅱ, Configuration = 556

   Completion Criteria = 558

  Answers to Configuration Exercise : Super Lab, Part Ⅰ = 558

   Answers to Setup = 558

   Answers to Task : Super Lab, Part Ⅰ, Configuration = 558

  Answers to Configuration Exercise : Super Lab, Part Ⅱ = 565

   Answers to Task : Super Lab, Part Ⅰ, Configuration = 565

  Review Questions = 573

Part Ⅳ Appendixes = 574

 Appendix A Job Aids and Supplements = 576

  Extending IP Addressing Job Aids = 577

   IP Addresses and Subnetting = 577

   Decimal-to-Binary Conversion Chart 578

  Supplement 1 : Addressing Review = 580

   Converting IP Addresses Between Decimal and Binary = 581

   Determining IP Address Class = 582

   Extending an IP Classful Address Using Subnet Masks = 583

   Calculating a Subnet Mask = 583

   Calculating the Networks for a Subnet Mask = 585

   Using Prefixes to Represent a Subnet Mask = 586

   Supplement 1 Review Questions = 587

  Supplement 2 : IP Access Lists = 588

   IP Access List Overview = 588

   IP Standard Access Lists = 589

   IP Extended Access Lists = 597

   Restricting Virtual Terminal Access = 607

   Verifying Access List Configuration = 609

   Supplement 2 Review Questions = 610

  Supplement 3 : OSPF = 612

   OSPF Not-So-Stubby Areas = 612

   OSPF Single-Area Configuration Example = 615

   OSPF Multiarea Configuration Example = 617

  Supplement 4 : EIGRP = 621

   IPX and EIGRP = 621

   AppleTalk and EIGRP = 622

   EIGRP Configuration Examples = 623

  Supplement 5 : BGP = 627

   BGP Configuration Output Examples = 627

   Distribute Lists = 630

   Route Maps = 632

   Communities = 635

   Peer Groups = 641

  Supplement 6 : Route Optimization = 645

   Examples of Redistribution in a Nonredundant Configuration = 645

   Miscellaneous Redistribution Configuration Examples = 648

 Appendix B Router Password Recovery Procedure = 654

 Appendix C Summary of ICND Router Commands = 660

  General Commands = 661

  Comparison of Configuration File Commands = 665

  General Configuration Commands = 666

  General Interface Configuration Commands = 667

  General IP Commands = 668

  IP Configuration Commands = 668

  General IPX Commands = 670

  IPX Configuration Commands = 670

  General AppleTalk Commands = 671

  AppleTalk Configuration Commands = 671

  General WAN Commands = 672

  WAN Configuration Commands = 673

 Appendix D Summary of BSCN Router Commands = 676

  General Commands = 677

  Comparison of Configuration File Commands = 679

  General Configuration Commands = 680

  General Interface Configuration Commands = 681

  General IP Commands = 681

  IP Configuration Commands = 684

  General WAN Commands = 691

  WAN Configuration Commands = 691

 Appendix E Open Systems Interconnection(OSI) Reference Model = 692

  Characteristics of the OSI Layers = 694

  Protocols = 695

  OSI Model and Communication Between Systems = 696

   Interaction Between OSI Model Layers = 696

   OSI Layer Services = 696

   OSI Model Layers and Information Exchange = 697

  OSI Model Physical Layer = 699

  OSI Model Data Link Layer = 699

  OSI Model Network Layer = 700

  OSI Model Transport Layer 701

  OSI Model Session Layer = 701

  OSI Model Presentation Layer = 701

  OSI Model Application Layer = 702

  Information Formats = 702

 Appendix F Common Requests For Comments = 706

 Appendix G Answers to the Review Questions = 712

  Chapter 1 = 713

  Chapter 2 = 715

  Chapter 3 = 719

  Chapter 4 = 721

  Chapter 5 = 723

  Chapter 6 = 725

  Chapter 7 = 727

  Chapter 8 = 729

  Chapter 9 = 732

  Appendix A = 736

   Supplement 1 Review Questions = 736

   Supplement 2 Review Questions = 737

 Appendix H Configuration Exercise Equipment Requirements and Backbone Configurations = 740

  Configuration Exercise Equipment Requirements = 741

  Configuration Exercise Setup Diagram = 743

  Configuration Exercise Equipment Wiring = 744

  Backbone Router Configuration = 746

   Backbone_r1 Configurations = 748

   Backbone_r2 Configurations = 753

 Appendix I Glossary = 758

Index = 788



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