CCIE: v. 1

CCIE: v. 1 : Practical Studies

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While the popularity of the CCIEaA A Exam grows amongst technology professionals, the fail rate is still quite high, over 80% (approx.). CCIEaA A Practial Studies, Volume I focuses on the 2-day lab portion of the exam, where most fail. It includes in-depth coverage for over 70 labs scenarios as well as how to design and implement basic to complicated more

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  • Hardback | 1366 pages
  • 190.5 x 233.68 x 58.42mm | 2,335.99g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Cisco Press
  • Indianapolis, United States
  • English
  • 1587200023
  • 9781587200021

About Karl Solie

Karl Solie, CCIE #4599, is a Principal Network Engineer for Comdisco Inc. Karl has over 13 years experience in the field, designing and implementing LAN/WAN-based networks internally and externally for McDonnell Douglas, Unisys, and Comdisco. Over the past 13 years, Karl has worked on a vast array of internetworks, including some of the largest commercial- and government-based IP and SNA networks in the United States. He has performed LAN/WAN design and implementation on networks ranging from his community school district in Hudson, Wisconsin, to large government networks in Atlanta and Los Angeles. Karl holds a B.A. degree in law from the University of California, Irvine and concentrated in mathematics at the University of more

Table of contents

I. MODELING THE INTERNETWORK. 1. The key components for modeling an internetwork. II. MODELING LOCAL AREA NETWORKS, LANS. 2. Identifying and configuring the key components for modeling LANs. III. CONNECTING LANS WITH WIDE AREA NETWORKS, WANS. 3. WAN protocols and Technologies: HDLC. 4. WAN protocols and Technologies: PPP. 5. WAN protocols and Technologies: Frame Relay. 6. WAN protocols and Technologies: Voice Over X. 7. WAN protocols and Technologies: ISDN. 8. WAN protocols and Technologies: ATM. IV. ROUTING PROTOCOLS; PROVIDING TRANSPORT FOR DATA FROM ONE NETWORK TO THE NEXT. 9. Distance Vector Protocols: RIP and RIP II. 10. Distance Vector: IGRP. 11. Hybrid: EIGRP. 12. Link State Protocols: OSPF. V. CONFIGURING AND TRANSPORTING OTHER NETWORK PROTOCOLS. 13. Bridging non-routable protocols and Data Link Switching Plus. VI. CONTROLLING NETWORKS AND NETWORK ACCESS. 14. Mastering Access Lists. VII. ENHANCED NETWORK PROTOCOLS; THE QUICK AND DIRTY FEATURE SETS. 15. Configuring NAT. 16. Using HSRP. 17. Configuring NTP. 18. Final Practice Labs. Appendix A. Route Maps. Appendix B. ISDN Cause codes. Appendix C. RFC List. Appendix D. ISO Model. Appendix E. Common. Cable types and more

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