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Cisco Router Configuration, Second Edition

Book Description

A Practical Introduction to Cisco IOS 12.0 Configuration

  • Written by senior managers of Digital Island, the e-Business solutions company that counts AOL, MSNBC, CNBC, Mastercard International, the LA Times, and National Semiconductor among its customers

  • Extensive case study of an entire internetwork complete with Cisco IOS configurations

  • Practical examples explaining the basics of Cisco router configuration get readers up-to-speed quicklyCisco IOS output is detailed with numerous examples and clear explanations

  • Cisco Router Configuration, Second Edition helps novice Cisco users with the basic administration of their internetworking devices. Using straightforward case studies and practical examples, this book teaches IOS software fundamentals for configuring, operating, and maintaining internetworking devices.

    Cisco Router Configuration, Second Edition provides an overview of Cisco IOS software. It describes basic information on Cisco devices and device interfaces (Ethernet, Token Ring, FDDI, Frame Relay, ATM). The basics of IP, IPX, and AppleTalk are explained, and the book shows how to use Cisco IOS software to configure addresses, routes, and routing protocols within these three protocols. Additionally, the book provides an elaborate example of an entire network setup with complete Cisco IOS configurations. All information in this second edition contains IOS 12.0 syntax.

    Table of Contents

    1. Copyright
    2. About the Authors
    3. Acknowledgments
    4. Introduction
    5. Getting Started in Internetworking
      1. The OSI Reference Model
      2. Types of Internetworking Devices
      3. An Internetwork Example
      4. Summary
      5. References
    6. The Basics of Device Configuration
      1. Preliminary Configuration Steps
      2. References
    7. The Basics of Device Interfaces
      1. Basic Interface Configuration
      2. Local-Area Network Technologies
      3. Wide-Area Network and Dialup Network Technologies
      4. Summary
      5. References
    8. TCP/IP Basics
      1. TCP/IP Addressing
      2. Configuring IP Addresses
      3. IP Routing Configuration
      4. Configuring IP Routing Protocols
      5. Viewing Dynamic Routing Protocol Information
      6. Configuring IP Filtering via Access Lists
      7. Configuring Basic IP Dialup Services
      8. Verifying IP Connectivity and Troubleshooting
      9. Configuring Other IP Options
      10. Summary
      11. References
    9. AppleTalk Basics
      1. AppleTalk Addressing and Address Structure
      2. Configuring AppleTalk Addresses
      3. AppleTalk Routing Configuration
      4. Configuring AppleTalk Routing Protocols
      5. Configuring AppleTalk Filtering via Access Lists
      6. Configuring Basic AppleTalk Dialup Services
      7. Verifying AppleTalk Connectivity and Troubleshooting
      8. Summary
      9. References
    10. IPX Basics
      1. IPX Addressing and Address Structure
      2. Configuring IPX Addresses
      3. IPX Routing Configuration
      4. Configuring IPX Routing Commands
      5. Configuring Static Routing
      6. Verifying IPX Routing Configuration
      7. Configuring IPX Routing Protocols
      8. SAP
      9. SAP Filters
      10. Configuring IPX RIP
      11. Configuring NLSP
      12. Configuring IPX EIGRP
      13. Configuring IPX Filtering via Access Lists
      14. Configuring Basic IPX Dialup Services
      15. Verifying IPX Connectivity and Troubleshooting
      16. Configuring IPX Type 20 Packet Forwarding
      17. Summary
      18. References
    11. Basic Administrative and Management Issues
      1. Basic Access Control
      2. Basic Attack Prevention
      3. Basic Logging
      4. Basic Network Management
      5. Basic Time Control
      6. Summary
      7. References
    12. Comprehensive IOS Configuration for the ZIP Network
      1. The Kuala-Lumpur Router
      2. The SF-1 Router
      3. The SF-2 Router
      4. The SF-Core-1 Router
      5. The SF-Core-2 Router
      6. The San-Jose Router
      7. The Seoul-1 Router
      8. The Seoul-2 Router
      9. The Singapore Router
      10. The SingISDN Access Server
      11. The Sing2511 Access Server
      12. Summary
    13. Index