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Building Cisco multilayer switched networks

Building Cisco multilayer switched networks

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Webb, Karen.
Title Statement
Building Cisco multilayer switched networks / Karen Webb.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Indianapolis, IN :   Cisco Press,   c2000.  
Physical Medium
xx, 439 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
1578700930 :
General Note
Includes review questions, appendices, and index.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Computer networks -- Examinations -- Study guides. Telecommunication -- Switching systems -- Study guides.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Introduction = xvii
 Who Should Read This Book = xvii
 Prerequisites = xvii
 Conventions Used in This Book = xix
 Illustration Icongraphy = xix
 Command Syntax Conventions = xx
Chapter1 Overview of a Campus Network = 3
 Campus Network Overview = 4
  Traditional Campus Networks = 4
  Current Campus Networks = 8
 The Emerging Campus Network = 11
  Emerging Campus Structure = 11
 Switching Technologies = 13
  Basic Layer Terminology = 13
  Layer 2 Switching = 14
  Benefits of Routing = 16
  Layer 3 Switching = 18
  Layer 4 Switching = 19
  Multilayer Switching = 20
 The Hierarchical Model = 20
  The Access Layer = 21
  The Distribution Layer = 21
  The Core Layer = 22
  Choosing a Cisco Product = 22
 The Building Block Approach = 24
  The Switch Block = 25
  The Core Block = 28
 Campus Network Availability Example = 35
 Summary = 39
 Review Questions = 40
 Written Exercises : Overview of a Campus Network = 41
  Task 1 : Describing Layer 2, 3, and 4 and Multilayer Switching Functions = 41
  Task 2 : Identifying the Switch Layer Solution for a Given Network Requirement = 42
  Task 3 : Given a Set of User Requirements, Identify the Correct Cisco Product Solution = 43
  Task 1 Answers : Describing Layer 2, 3, and 4 and Multilayer Switching Functions = 44
  Task 2 Answers : Identifying the Switch Layer Solution for a Given Network Requirement = 45
  Task 3 Answers : Given a Set of User Requirements, Identify the Correct Cisco Product Solution = 46
Chapter2 Connecting the Switch Block = 49
 Introduction to Connecting the Switch Block = 49
 Cable Media Types = 50
  Ethernet = 50
  Fast Ethernet = 51
  Gigabit Ethernet = 54
  Example of Subscribing Links = 56
 Cabling Switch Block Devices = 60
  Connecting to the Console Port on an IOS Command-Based Switch = 61
  Connecting to the Console Port on a Catalyst 5000 Series Switch = 62
  Connecting to an Ethernet Port = 62
 Configuring Connectivity within the Switch Block = 63
  Limiting Switch Access Using Passwords = 64
  Uniquely Defining the Switch = 66
  Configuring Switch Remote Accessibility = 67
  Uniquely Identifying Ports = 68
  Defining Link Speed = 69
  Maximizing Data Transmission = 69
  Verifying Connectivity = 71
 Summary = 72
 Review Questions = 73
 Case Study : Connecting the Switch Block = 73
  Scenario = 73
  Command List = 75
  Task 1 : Configure the Access Layer Connection to the PC = 77
  Task 2 : Configure the Connections Between the Access Layer Switches and the Distribution Layer Switches = 79
  Task 3 : Configure the Connections from the Distribution Layer Switches to the Core Layer Switches = 82
Chapter3 Defining Common Workgroups with VLANs = 87
 VLANs = 87
  Defining VLAN Boundaries = 90
  Establishing VLAN Memberships = 93
  Configuring VLANs = 94
  Verifying VLAN Configuration = 95
 VLAN Identification = 96
  Link Types = 96
  VLAN Frame Identification Methods = 99
  Trunk Negotiation = 104
  Configuring a Trunk Link = 104
 VLAN Trunking Protocol = 106
  VTP Operation = 107
  VTP Modes of Operation = 109
  Adding a Switch to an Existing Domain = 109
  VTP Advertisements = 110
  VTP Configuration Revision Number = 111
  VTP Configuration Tasks and Guidelines = 112
  VTP Pruning = 115
 Summary = 118
 Review Questions = 118
 Case Study : Defining Common Workgroups = 118
  Scenario = 119
  Command List = 120
  Task 1 : Configure the Access Layer Devices with VTP Domain, VLANs, and Trunks = 121
  Task 2 : Configuring the Distribution Layer Switches with VTP Domain and Trunks = 125
Chapter4 Managing Redundant Links = 131
 Overview of Transparent Bridging = 131
 Introduction to the Spanning-Tree Protocol = 134
  Bridge Protocol Data Units = 135
  Electing a Root Bridge = 137
  Forming an Association with the Root Bridge = 137
  Spanning-Tree Port States = 139
  Spanning-Tree Timers = 140
  Handling Topology Changes in Spanning Tree = 142
  Spanning Tree Example = 143
  Enabling Spanning Tree = 144
 Virtual LANs and Spanning Tree = 147
  Per-VLAN Spanning Tree = 147
  Common Spanning Tree = 148
  Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Plus = 149
 Scaling Spanning Tree in the Campus Network = 150
  Establishing the Root Bridge = 151
  Determining the Best Loop-Free Path to the Root = 153
  Modifying Spanning-Tree Timers = 158
  EtherChannel = 159
  Configuring UplinkFast = 165
  Configuring BackboneFast = 168
 Summary = 170
 Review Questions = 170
 Case Study : Managing Redundant Links = 171
  Scenario = 171
  Command List = 173
  Task 1 : Verify Operation of the Spanning-Tree Protocol = 174
  Task 2 : Configure the Primary and Secondary Root Bridge for Your VLANs = 175
  Task 3 : Configure Fast EtherChannel = 178
  Task 4 : Configure PortFast and UplinkFast = 182
Chapter5 Inter-VLAN Routing = 187
 Inter-VLAN Routing Issues and Solutions = 187
  Isolated Broadcast Domains = 188
  Finding the Route = 189
  Supporting Multiple VLAN Traffic = 189
 Distribution Layer Topology = 192
  External Route Processors = 192
  Internal Route Processors = 193
 Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing = 196
  Loading and Accessing the Route Processor = 197
  Enabling an IP Routing Protocol = 198
  Configuring an Interface = 199
  Defining the Default Gateway = 203
  Testing the Link = 204
 Summary = 205
 Review Questions = 206
 Case Study : Inter-VLAN Routing = 206
  Scenario = 206
  Command List = 208
  Task 1 : Perform Basic Router Setup = 210
  Task 2 : Configure Routing on the Route Switch Module = 211
  Task 3 : Verify IP Addresses and Establish a Default Gateway for the Workstation = 213
Chapter6 Improving IP Routing Performance with Multilayer Switching = 217
 Multilayer Switching Fundamentals = 217
  Hardware and Software Requirements = 219
  MLS Components = 219
  How MLS Works = 220
  Commands That Disable MLS = 226
 Configuring the Multilayer Switch Route Processor = 227
  Globally Enabling MLS on the Route Processor = 227
  Assigning an MLS Interface to a VTP Domain = 228
  Enabling MLS on an Interface = 229
  Creating a Null Domain = 230
  Assigning an MLS Management Interface = 230
  Assigning a VLAN ID to an Interface on an External Router = 231
  Verifying the Configuration = 232
 Applying Flow Masks = 233
  Destination-IP Flow Mask = 234
  Source-Destination-IP Flow Mask = 234
  IP-Flow Mask = 235
  Output Access Lists and Flow Masks = 235
  Input Access Lists and Flow Masks = 237
 Configuring the Multilayer Switch Switching Engine = 238
  Enabling MLS on the Switch = 238
  Aging Out Cache Entries on the Switch = 239
  Managing Short-Lived Flows = 239
  Adding External Router MLS IDs = 240
  Verifying the Configuration = 242
 MLS Topology Examples = 244
  Topology Example = 244
  Topology Changes and Routing Impacts = 245
  Topology Quiz = 246
 Other Layer 3 Switching Technologies = 247
 Summary = 248
 Review Questions = 248
 Case Study : Improving IP Routing Performance with Multilayer Switching = 249
  Scenario = 249
  Command List = 251
  Task 1 : Configure the Distribution Layer Route Processor to Participate in Multilayer Switching = 252
  Task 2 : Configure the Distribution Layer Switching Engine to Participate in Multilayer Switching = 254
 Task 3 : Verify MLS Flow Cache = 256
Chapter7 Configuring HSRP for Fault-Tolerant Routing = 259
 HSRP Overview = 259
  Routing Issues in a Redundant Network = 260
  Solution to Routing Issues: Hot Standby Routing Protocol = 263
  HSRP Group Members = 263
 HSRP Operations = 266
  Locating the Virtual Router MAC Address = 267
  HSRP Messages = 269
  HSRP States = 270
 Configuring HSRP = 272
  Assigning HSRP Standby Priority = 273
  Configuring HSRP Standby Preempt = 274
  Configuring HSRP Over Trunk Links = 275
  Configuring Hello Message Timers = 276
  HSRP Interface Tracking = 276
  Displaying the Status of HSRP = 278
 Summary = 280
 Review Questions = 280
 Case Study = 281
  Scenario = 281
  Command List = 282
  Task 1 : Configure HSRP = 282
  Task 2 : Ensure the Role of the Active Router by Assigning a Preempt Status = 285
Chapter8 Multicast Overview = 287
 Introduction to Multicasting = 287
  Unicast Traffic = 288
  Broadcast Traffic = 290
  Multicast Traffic = 291
  IP Multicast Characteristics = 292
 Addressing in an IP Multicast Environment = 292
  IP Multicast Address Structure = 293
  Mapping MAC Addresses to IP Multicast Addresses = 294
 Managing Multicast Traffic in a Campus Network = 295
  Subscribing and Maintaining Groups = 296
  IGMPv1 = 297
  IGMPv2 = 299
  Handling Multicast Traffic in a Switch = 305
 Routing Multicast Traffic = 306
  Distribution Trees = 307
  Managing the Scope of Delivery = 310
 Multicast Routing Protocols = 312
  Dense Mode Routing Protocols = 313
  Sparse Mode Routing Protocols = 316
 Summary = 317
 Review Questions = 318
 Written Exercises : Multicasting Overview = 318
  Task 1 : Transmission Characteristics = 319
  Task 2 : Reconcile Multicast IP Addresses to Ethernet Addresses = 319
  Task 3 : The Functional Differences Between IGMPv1 and IGMPv2 = 322
  Task 4 : The Setup Procedure in Which Routers and Switches Facilitate Multicast Traffic = 323
  Task 1 Answers : Transmission Characteristics = 323
  Task 2 Answers : Reconcile Multicast IP Addresses to Ethernet Addresses = 324
  Task 3 Answers : The Functional Differences Between IGMPv1 and IGMPv2 = 324
  Task 4 Answers : The Setup Procedure in Which Routers and Switches Facilitate Multicast Traffic = 325
Chapter9 Configuring IP Multicast = 327
 Planning for Multicasting = 327
  End-to-End IP Multicasting = 329
 Configuring IP Multicast Routing = 330
  Enabling Multicasting = 331
  Configuring Multicast Interfaces = 331
  Verifying PIM Configuration = 334
  Selecting a Designated Router = 335
  Displaying a PIM Neighbor = 336
  Configuring a Rendezvous Point = 337
  Defining the Scope of Delivery = 341
  Verifying Multicast Configuration = 342
 Enhancing the Route Processor = 343
  Joining a Multicast Group = 343
  Manipulating the IGMP Version = 344
 Enabling CGMP = 345
  Enabling CGMP on the Router = 345
  Enabling CGMP on the Switch = 346
  Enabling CGMP Leave = 347
  Verifying CGMP Configuration = 348
 Summary = 349
 Review Questions = 350
 Case Study : Configuring IP Multicast = 351
  Scenario = 351
  Command List = 352
  Task 1 : Configure the Primary Distribution Router to Forward Multicast Traffic Using the PIM DM Protocol = 353
  Task 2 : Configure Multicast Traffic Using PIM SM = 358
  Task 3 : Enable CGMP = 359
Chapter10 Controlling Access to the Campus Network = 365
 Definition of an Access Policy = 365
  Applying Policies in a Hierarchical Model = 366
 Managing Network Devices = 368
  Physical Security = 368
  Assigning Passwords = 368
  Controlling Session Timeouts = 370
  Privilege Levels = 371
  Banner Messages = 373
  Controlling Virtual Terminal Access = 373
  Controlling HTTP Access = 374
 Access Layer Policy = 376
  Port Security = 376
 Distribution Layer Policy = 378
  Controlling Information with Filters = 378
  Filtering Routing Update Traffic = 382
 Core Layer Policy = 385
 Summary = 385
 Review Questions = 386
Appendix A Answers to Review Questions = 389
 Chapter1 Answers to Review Questions = 389
 Chapter2 Answers to Review Questions = 391
 Chapter3 Answers to Review Questions = 392
 Chapter4 Answers to Review Questions = 393
 Chapter5 Answers to Review Questions = 394
 Chapter6 Answers to Review Questions = 396
 Chapter7 Answers to Review Questions = 397
 Chapter8 Answers to Review Questions = 399
 Chapter9 Answers to Review Questions = 400
 Chapter10 Answers to Review Questions = 401
Appendix B Switching Architectures and Functional Descriptions = 405
 Switching Terms and Definitions = 405
  Backplane = 405
  Local Switching = 405
  Oversubscription = 406
  Nonblocking = 406
  Queuing = 406
  Switching Decisions = 406
  Switching Fabric = 407
 Switching Components = 407
  Congestion Management = 407
 Switching Implementations = 410
  Central Switching Decision = 411
  Distributed Switching Decision = 411
  Multilayer Switching = 411
  Cisco Express Forwarding = 412
  Cisco Express Forwarding Modes = 413
 Catalyst 4000 Series Family = 415
 Catalyst 5000 Series Family = 416
 Catalyst 6000 Series Family = 417
 Catalyst 8500 Series Family = 418
Index = 420


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