Chapter 3. Building Connectivity

Refer to the following sections for information about these topics:

3-1: Configuring Interfaces—Discusses how you can configure firewall interfaces to join and communicate on a network. Physical, trunk, and logical interfaces are covered, as well as priority queue operation.

3-2: Configuring Routing—Explains the configuration steps needed to define static routes on a firewall, as well as the RIP, OSPF, and EIGRP dynamic routing protocols.

3-3: DHCP Server Functions—Provides information about how a firewall can operate as a DHCP server and a DHCP client. These functions support dynamic addressing for the firewall and for internal hosts, without the use of a dedicated DHCP server.

3-4: Multicast Support— ...

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