Managing IP Networks with Cisco Routers

Errata for Managing IP Networks with Cisco Routers

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The errata list is a list of errors and their corrections that were found after the product was released. If the error was corrected in a later version or reprint the date of the correction will be displayed in the column titled "Date Corrected".

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
Printed
Page iv
the author's last name (Ballew) was misspelled as "Ballow," and

the editor's last name (Loukides) was misspelled as "Loukades"

Anonymous    Apr 01, 1998
Printed
Page iv
At the top of the copyright page, changed the author's name from "Ballow"

to "Ballew."

Anonymous    Oct 01, 2000
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Page xiii
Added the following information to the Preface, at the end of the "We'd

Like to Hear from You" section: "We have a web site for the book, where we'll list examples, errata, and plans for future editions. You can access this page at: http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/9781565923201/ For more information about this book and others, see the O'Reilly web site: http://www.oreilly.com" Also, in the third paragraph, changed "techncial" to "technical."

Anonymous    Oct 01, 2000
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Page 8
Figure 1-4: the first bit of the Class Address (the gray box to

the left of the box labeled "Network") changed from "1" to "0" To view the corrected Figure 1-4, return the to main errata page and click on the "Figure 1-4" link.

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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Page 10

part of line 17 should read: we get 1024 subnets of 16384 hosts each.

Anonymous    Apr 01, 1998
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Page 11
para. 3, line -3: Spacing error fixed: "In (too much space)

addition to their own unique..."

Anonymous    Apr 01, 1998
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Page 57
In the paragraph that breaks across pps. 56 & 57, the sentence

that reads: "Routers establish broadcast domains, which are portions of a network within which a broadcast is seen by all machines." was changed to: "Routers establish broadcast domains, which are portions of a network within which a broadcast is seen by all machines (a single IP network, in the case of TCP/IP)."

Anonymous    Apr 01, 1998
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Page 58

the first paragraph, third line reads: "... if you replace all of your 4 Mb PS Token ..." that was changed to: "... if you replace all of your 4 Mbps Token ..."

Anonymous    Apr 01, 1998
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Page 59
the opening question in the second complete paragraph (starts

with "Okay, the broadcast problem is solved...") now reads: "Okay, the broadcast problem is solved, but how do we allow the hosts in one broadcast domain to talk to the hosts in another?" (138, 139: reprinted to accommodate the changes made to 140 and 141)

Anonymous    Apr 01, 1998
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Page 70

Figure 3-5: For Router2, the entries now read: 172.16.0.0/22 R1 172.16.64.0/24 R1 172.16.65.0/24 -- 172.16.66.0/24 -- 172.16.67.0/24 -- 172.16.112.0/24 -- 172.16.113.0/24 R3 And for Router3: 172.16.0.0/22 R2 172.16.64.0/22 R2 172.16.112.0/24 -- 172.16.113.0/24 --

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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Page 103
Table 4-3: in all occurances of "ns" the "n" was changed to the

Greek letter mu

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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Page 136
Figure 6-1: the second number of each IP address was changed

from "168" to "16", so that the numbers are now 172.16.48.0/24, 172.16.50.0/23, 172.16.49.0/24, and 192.16.0.0/24. Also, the segment connecting Router1, Router2, and Router3 together was labeled 172.16.32.0/24, the segment above Router1 was labeled 172.16.33.0/24, and the segment above Router2 was labeled 172.16.34.0/24. To view the corrected Figure 6-1, return the to main errata page and click on the "Figure 6-1" link.

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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Page 136
Figure 6-1 did show: 192.16.0.0/24.

Now reads: 192.168.0.0/24.

Anonymous    May 01, 2000
Printed
Page 140

The code now reads: router ospf 1 network 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.255 area 0 ! redistribute my static routes with a type-2 external metric of 1 redistribute static metric 1 ! originate a default route if I have one default-information originate ! ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.100.250 Also, the following paragraph was added to the end of the section (top third of pg 141): Because I wished to propagate a default route into the OSPF routing domain, I had to include the <typewriter-text>default-information originate</typewriter-text> statement in the configuration. Unlike RIP, OSPF treats the default route as a special case in the IOS. Without this additional statement, the default route, regardless of its source, will not be injected into the OSPF routing domain. If you only wish to propagate non-default static routes, you do not need this statement.

Anonymous    Apr 01, 1998
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Page 142

Line 8 did read: "172.16.101/24" now reads "172.16.101.0/24"

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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Page 167

Error in the sample configuration: where the example read: "redistribute igrp 71" and "distribute-list 12 out igrp 71", it now reads "redistribute eigrp 71" and "distribute-list 12 out eigrp 71".

Anonymous    Apr 01, 1998
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Page 242

10th line of first paragraph did read: "192.168.101.0/255" now reads: "192.168.101.0/24."

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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Page 283
Replaced the tail of the first paragraph from

"Fortunately, really dangerous denial of service..." with: "For example, one current denial of service attack called "SMURF" (see http://www.quadrunner.com/~chuegen/ smurf.txt for details and the latest defenses) is nearly impossible to trace to the true perpatrator without the cooperation of network engineers at each step of the way. Without a good relationship with your peer engineers (and they with theirs), the best you can hope to do is ride it out."

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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Page 293

The 3rd line from the bottom of the page, which reads: "dialer-list 1 protocol ip list 27" Should be accompanied by the following note from the author: "Versions of the IOS prior to 10.3 required an alternate form of this command that reads 'dialer-list 1 list 27'. This applied equally to all protocols that were supported for dial-on-demand routing. In versions of the IOS that support both commands, Cisco has indicated that the newer format is preferred and should be used for all new installations."

Anonymous   
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Page 293

The third line from bottom did read: "dialer-list 1 protocol ip list 27" Now reads: "dialer-list 1 list 27"

Anonymous    May 01, 2000
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Page 293

The 3rd line from the bottom of the page did read: "dialer-list 1 list 27" Now reads: "dialer-list 1 protocol ip list 27" We were unable to fit the accompanying note by the author on the page: "Versions of the IOS prior to 10.3 required an alternate form of this command that reads 'dialer-list 1 list 27'. This applied equally to all protocols that were supported for dial-on-demand routing. In versions of the IOS that support both commands, Cisco has indicated that the newer format is preferred and should be used for all new installations."

Anonymous    Oct 01, 2000
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Page 311
The Asia Pacific Network Information Centre was referenced by its

former Tokyo address. Since then, they have moved to Australia (August 1998), and the new address is: Asia Pacific Network Information Center, Pty. Ltd. Regional Internet Registry for the Asia-Pacific Region Level 1 - 33 Park Road. PO Box 2131 Milton QLD 4064 Australia The address: "ip-request@rs.apnic.net" now reads: "ip-request@apnic.net." The web site remains the same at "http://www.apnic.net/."

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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Page 336
Colophon: last para., second to last line, changed "Robert Romano"

to "Chris Reilley".

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998