CCNA 2.0 Prep Kit 640-507 Routing and Switching

CCNA 2.0 Prep Kit 640-507 Routing and Switching

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The CCNA Exam Guide prepares you to pass the CCNA exam. It covers all necessary objectives for the exam. The tutorial text is strictly exam-related and flows with minimal interruption. Key concepts are the only "notes" set apart from the text by special formatting. This series is designed to be used either with or without outside instruction. To help you fully understand the topic, visual cues are used liberally throughout the book: Diagrams put concepts into a visual form that aids in retaining and comprehending, and figures confirm your understanding of procedures. This book also provides additional information, such as addresses for on-line help and supplemental sample tests, testing locations, test-taking tips and strategies, and emotional preparation.
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  • Mixed media product | 592 pages
  • 185.42 x 226.06 x 40.64mm | 1,088.62g
  • Que Corporation,U.S.
  • United States
  • English
  • 0789722887
  • 9780789722881

Table of contents

1. Introduction to Cisco Certified Network Associate Course.


Cisco Career Certifications.



Network Support. Design.



Routing and Switching, Network Support Certifications.



CCNA. CCNP. CCIE.



Routing and Switching, Design Certifications.



CCDA. CCDP.



Benefits of Certification.



Electives. Security. Voice. Network Management. LAN ATM. SNA/IP Network Management.



ISP Dial and WAN Switching.



WAN Switching, Network Support.



Testing.



Test Composition and Layout. Test-Taking Strategies and Techniques.



How to Use This Book.



How This Book Addresses New Test Structures. What This Book Covers.



How Each Chapter Is Organized.



2. Overview of Industry Models and Standards.


OSI Reference Model Background. The OSI Seven-Layer Architecture. Benefits of the OSI's Layered Design.



Layer Functions Clarified. Well-Defined Framework for Vendors Reduced Networking Complexity. Simplified Troubleshooting. Specialization Promoted.



General Description of OSI Layers.



Application Layer. Presentation Layer. Session Layer. Transport Layer. Network Layer. Data Link Layer. Physical Layer.



Connection-Oriented Versus Connectionless Protocols.



Characteristics of Connection-Oriented Protocols. Connection-Oriented Protocols. Connectionless Protocols. Comparative Strengths of Protocols.



Flow Control.



Non-Sliding Window. Sliding Window.



IEEE 802 Standards Overview. IEEE Data Link Sublayers.



LLC Sublayer. MAC Sublayer.



DoD. Chapter Summary.



3. LAN Technologies.


Before You Start. Ethernet and IEEE 802.3.



The Evolution of Ethernet. Ethernet Versus IEEE 802.3. General Ethernet Operation. Slow Ethernet Specifications and Limitations. 10Base5 (Thicknet). Fast Ethernet Specifications and Limitations. Gigabit Ethernet. Gigabit Ethernet Overview.



Token-Ring and IEEE 802.5.



General Token-Ring Operation.



FDDI and ANSI X3T9.5.



General FDDI Operation. SAS Versus DAS.



Chapter Summary.



4. Internetworking.


Network Addressing.



Data Link (Layer 2) Addresses. Network Addresses.



Internetworking Hardware.



Physical Layer Segmentation Devices. Data Link Layer Segmentation Devices. Network Layer Segmentation Devices. Three-Layer Hierarchy.



Chapter Summary.



5. Router Basics.


The Router.



User Interface Components. Internal Router Components. Router Interfaces and Connectivity Components. Simulating WAN. Hyperterminal. Setup Dialog. AutoInstall. Command-Line Interface Configuration. Logging In. Navigating, Shortcuts, and How to Get Help 139. Command-Line Editing and Navigation Commands.



Simple Configuration.



configure terminal or config t Shortcut. configure network or config net Shortcut. configure memory or config mem Shortcut.



Naming Your Router. Banner Messages and Interface Descriptions.



Passwords and Optional Console Commands.



Optional Console Commands. Configuring the Interfaces.



Show Commands. Debugging.



Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP).



Remote Telnet Management.



Chapter Summary.



6. TCP/IP Addressing and the Protocol Suite.


Understanding Binary to Decimal Conversion and Vice Versa. IP Addressing.



Address Classes. Subnet Masks. Subnetting and Examples.



Mapping the TCP/IP Protocol Suite to the DoD Model.



Internet Protocols. Host-to-Host Protocols. Process/Application Layer Protocols. Troubleshooting Tools.



Chapter Summary.



7. Routing Fundamentals.


Nonroutable Versus Routable Protocols. Basic Routing Concepts.



Static Versus Dynamic. Routing Metrics and Costs. Administrative Distance.



Static Routing.



Configuring Static Routing.



Distance Vector Routing (RIP, IGRP, and RTMP).



RIP. IGRP. Hybrid EIGRP. Link State Routing.



OSPF. Chapter Summary.



8. IPX/SPX Protocol Suite.


Evolution of IPX/SPX. Mapping IPX/SPX to the OSI Mode.



Data Link Layer Network Layer. IPX Routing Protocols. Transport Layer. Upper Layers.



Configuring IPX Interfaces.



Optional Steps. Configuring IPX RIP.



IPX Troubleshooting Commands. Chapter Summary.



9. Access Lists.


What Are Access Lists?



Building Access Lists. Access List Types. Editing Access Lists. Removing Access List Lines. Wildcard Masks. Keywords.



IP Standard Access Lists.



Configuring IP Standard Access Lists.



IP Extended Access Lists.



IP Extended Access List Criteria. Configuring IP Extended Access Lists. Optional Parameters.



Controlling Access to VTY Ports.



Configuring VTY Filters.



Named Access Lists. IPX Access Lists. IPX Standard Access Lists.



Configuring IPX Standard Access Lists.



IPX Extended Access Lists.



Configuring IPX Extended Access Lists.



Filtering IPX SAP Traffic.



Configuring IPX SAP Filters.



Chapter Summary.



10. Wide Area Networking (WAN) Technologies.


WAN Overview.



WAN Connection Types. WAN Terminology. Serial Point-to-Point Connections. WAN Encapsulation Protocols.



HDLC Encapsulation Protocol.



Transfer Modes Supported by HDLC.



Point-To-Point (PPP).



LCP Configuration Features. Configuring PPP Authentication and Multilink.



Frame Relay.



Frame Relay Terminology. Frame Relay Operation. Congestion Control. LMI. DLCI. Frame Relay Switch Mapping. Frame Relay Encapsulations. Preparing For Frame Relay Configuration. Frame Relay Configuration.



Chapter Summary.



11. Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN).


Introduction to ISDN.



Benefits of ISDN. ISDN Standards.



ISDN Components.



Basic Rate Interface. Primary Rate Interface.



BRI Operation. ISDN Configuration Reference Points. Cisco ISDN BRI Interfaces. ISDN Switch Types.



SPIDs.



Configuring ISDN BRI.



Dial On Demand Routing. DDR Basic Operation. Optional DDR Commands. Show and Debug Commands to Verify DDR Operation.



Chapter Summary.



12. Switching.


Catalyst Switches. Catalyst Switch Functions.



Switch Operation.



Spanning Tree Protocol.



Spanning Tree Operations. Initial Startup of the Catalyst Switch. LED Indicators.



Help Facilities and Basic Switch Commands.



show running-configuration. show interfaces. Initial Configuration of a Switch. Configuring Switch Identification. Configuring the Switch IP Address. Port Security.



Chapter Summary.



13. Virtual LANs (VLANs).


VLAN Overview. VLAN Operation. Inter-Switch Link (ISL) Trunking.



ISL Encapsulation.



VLAN Trunk Protocol (VTP).



VTP Modes. VTP Pruning.



VLAN Configuration.



VTP Configuration. Configuring Inter-VLANs.



Chapter Summary.



14. Backup and Recovery.


Reasons for Backup and Recovery.



Configuration Register. Binary to Hexadecimal and Hexadecimal to Binary Conversion. Interpreting Register Settings. Alternative IOS Image Boot Methods. Setting Up TFTP from an Alternative Source.



Password Recovery. Chapter Summary.



A. Lab Exercises.


Equipment Requirements. Lab 1: Getting Started with Cisco Routers.



Connecting Your Router. Installing HyperTerminal Software.



Lab 2: Logging In and Getting Help.



Logging In.



How to Get Help. Terminal History. Lab 3: Basic Router Configuration.



Basic Router Configuration. Naming Your Router. Inserting Banner Messages and Interface Descriptions. Passwords.



Lab 4: Configuring Interfaces.



Configuring the Interfaces. Configuring Addresses. Providing Clocking.



Lab 5: Examining Show Commands.



Show Commands.



Lab 6: IP Addressing.



Decimal to Binary Conversion. Subnetting.



Lab 7: Static Routes and Default Routes.



Static Routes. Configuring RIP. Configuring IGRP. Show CDP.



Lab 8: IPX/SPX Protocol Suite.



Configuring IPX Interfaces. Configuring IPX RIP.



Lab 9: Access Lists.



Building Access Lists. Applying Access Lists.



Lab 10: WAN Technologies.



Configuring Frame Relay. Using Show Commands in Frame Relay



Lab 11: ISDN.



Configuring ISDN BRI. Implementing DDR.



Lab 12: Switching.



Initial Startup of the Catalyst Switch. Accessing the Switch. Configuring a Switch.



Lab 13: VLANs.



VLAN Configuration. VTP Configuration. Mapping Switch Ports to VLANs. Configuring Inter-VLANs.



Lab 14: Backup and Recovery.



Binary to Hexadecimal Conversion. Setting Up TFTP from an Alternative Source. Password Recovery.



B. Using the CD-ROM and Test Engine.


Using the Test Pro Software.



Equipment Requirements. Running the Test Pro Software.



C. ICMP Message Types/Troubleshooting.


D. Decimal to Hexadecimal to Binary Conversion.


E. Glossary.


F. Novell SAP Addresses.


F. TCP/UDP Port Numbers.


G. Commonly Used show Commands.


H. Objectives Index.


Index.
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