CCNP Routing and Switching Quick Reference (642-902, 642-813, 642-832)
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CCNP Routing and Switching Quick Reference (642-902, 642-813, 642-832)

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As a final preparation tool providing a review of CCNP exam topics, the CCNP Quick Reference 2/e complements official Cisco curriculum, other books, or other exam preparatory material in a candidates preparation for the four CCNP exams. This concise guide provides you with detailed, graphical-based information, highlighting only the key topics on the latest CCNP exams in a review-style format. This fact-filled Quick Reference allows you to get all-important information at a glance, helping you to focus your study on areas of weakness and to enhance memory retention of important concepts. This book provides a comprehensive final review for candidates taking any of the CCNP exams. It steps through exam objectives one-by-one, providing concise and accurate review for all topics. Using this book, you will be able to easily and effectively review test objectives without having to wade through numerous books and documents for relevant content for final review.show more

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  • Paperback | 312 pages
  • 152.4 x 226.06 x 17.78mm | 408.23g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Cisco Press
  • Indianapolis, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 1587202840
  • 9781587202841
  • 576,408

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As a final preparation tool providing a review of CCNP exam topics, the CCNP Quick Reference 2/e complements official Cisco curriculum, other books, or other exam preparatory material in a candidates preparation for the four CCNP exams. This concise guide provides you with detailed, graphical-based information, highlighting only the key topics on the latest CCNP exams in a review-style format. This fact-filled Quick Reference allows you to get all-important information at a glance, helping you to focus your study on areas of weakness and to enhance memory retention of important concepts. This book provides a comprehensive final review for candidates taking any of the CCNP exams. It steps through exam objectives one-by-one, providing concise and accurate review for all topics. Using this book, you will be able to easily and effectively review test objectives without having to wade through numerous books and documents for relevant content for final review.show more

About Denise Donohue

Denise Donohue, CCIE No. 9566, is a senior solutions architect for ePlus Technology, a Cisco Gold partner. She works as a consulting engineer, designing networks for ePlus' customers. Prior to this role, she was a systems engineer for the data consulting arm of SBC/AT&T. She has co-authored several Cisco Press books in the areas of route/switch and voice. Denise has worked as a Cisco instructor and course director for Global Knowledge and was a network consultant for many years. Her areas of specialization include route/switch, voice, and data center. Brent Stewart, CCNP(R), CCDP(R), CCSI, MCSE, is the manager of Connectivity Services at CommScope. He is responsible for designing and managing a largescale worldwide voice, video, and data network. Previously he was a course director for Global Knowledge and participated in the development of BSCI with Cisco and has written and taught extensively on CCNA(R) and CCNP. Brent lives in Hickory, NC, with his beautiful wife, Karen, and their mischievous children Benjamin, Kaitlyn, Madelyn, and William.show more

Table of contents

ROUTE Chapter 1 Planning for Complex Networks 1 Network Design Models 1 Hierarchical Design Model 1 Enterprise Composite Model 2 Cisco Enterprise Architecture 7 SONA and IIN 7 Understanding Routing Protocols 9 Administrative Distance 9 Routing Protocol Characteristics 10 Building the Routing Table 11 Choosing a Route 11 Planning a Routing Implementation 12 Creating an Implementation Plan 12 Creating Implementation Documentation 13 Chapter 2 EIGRP 14 EIGRP Overview 14 EIGRP Messages 15 Packet Types 15 Neighbor Discovery and Route Exchange 15 EIGRP Route Selection 16 EIGRP Metric 16 Diffusing Update Algorithm (DUAL) 17 Route Selection Example 18 Planning an EIGRP Implementation 19 Basic EIGRP Configuration 20 Creating an EIGRP Default Route 20 Verify and Troubleshoot EIGRP 21 EIGRP Across a WAN 21 EIGRP over EoMPLS 21 EIGRP over MPLS 22 EIGRP over Frame Relay 23 WAN Bandwidth 24 Customizing the EIGRP Configuration 25 Passive Interface 25 Unicast Neighbors 25 Summarization 26 Load Balancing 26 EIGRP Authentication 27 EIGRP Scalability 29 EIGRP Stub 29 Active Process Enhancement 30 Graceful Shutdown 30 Chapter 3 OSPF 31 OSPF Overview 31 OSPF Network Structure 31 OSPF Metric 33 Link State Advertisements (LSA) 34 LSA Operation 34 LSDB Overload Protection 34 LSA Types 35 OSPF Operation 35 OSPF Packets 36 OSPF Neighbor Relationships 36 Establishing Neighbors and Exchanging Routes 37 Planning for OSPF 37 Basic OSPF Configuration 38 Router ID 39 Verify and Troubleshoot OSPF 39 OSPF Network Types 40 Designated Routers 41 Nonbroadcast Multiaccess (NBMA) Networks 42 OSPF over Layer 2 and Layer 3 MPLS 42 Advanced OSPF Configuration 42 OSPF Summarization 43 Passive Interface 43 OSPF Default Routes 44 Stub and Not-So-Stubby Areas 44 Virtual Links 45 OSPF Authentication 46 Chapter 4 Optimizing Routing 48 Controlling Routing Updates 48 Route Maps 48 Prefix Lists 52 Distribute Lists 54 Passive Interfaces 54 Using Multiple Routing Protocols 54 Configuring Route Redistribution 55 Seed Metric 55 Administrative Distance 56 Planning Route Redistribution 58 Redistribution Techniques 59 Redistribution Notes 59 Chapter 5 Path Control 61 Using Offset-lists 61 Using IOS IP SLA 62 Policy-Based Routing 64 OER and VRF 66 Chapter 6 BGP and Internet Connectivity 67 Planning an Internet Connection 67 To Route or Not to Route? 67 BGP Route Options 68 Types of ISP Connections 68 BGP Overview 69 BGP Databases 70 BGP Message Types 71 Internal and External BGP 71 BGP Next-Hop Selection 72 BGP Next Hop on a Multiaccess Network 73 BGP Synchronization Rule 73 Configuring BGP 74 BGP Network Command 74 BGP Peering 75 BGP Peering States 75 BGP Path Selection 76 BGP Attributes 76 BGP Path Selection Criteria 77 Influencing BGP Path Selection 78 Filtering BGP Routes 78 BGP Authentication 79 Verifying BGP 80 Chapter 7 Branch Office Connectivity 83 Branch Office Design Considerations 83 Small Branch Office Design 83 Medium Branch Office Design 84 Large Branch Office Design 84 Implementing Branch Offices 84 Verifying Existing Services 85 Configuring a Backup DSL Connection 85 Configuring an IPsec VPN 89 Configuring a Floating Static Route 90 Configuring Dynamic Routing over a GRE Tunnel 90 Load Sharing with EIGRP 92 Chapter 8 Mobile Worker Connectivity 93 Components of a Mobile Worker Solution 94 Implementing a Mobile Worker Solution 95 Chapter 9 IPv6 Introduction 99 IPv6 Addressing 99 Simplifying an IPv6 Address 100 Special Addresses 101 IPv6 Host Addressing 101 IPv6 Routing 104 Static Routing 105 RIPng for IPv6 105 EIGRP for IPv6 106 OSPFv3 107 MP-BGP for IPv6 109 RIPng Redistribution 109 Integrating IPv4 and IPv6 110 Tunneling IPv6 over IPv4 111 Using Address Translation 113 Static NAT-PT 113 Dynamic NAT-PT 113 IPv6 Link Types 114 Point-to-Point Links 114 Point-to-Multipoint Links 115 Multiaccess Links 115 Appendix A Understanding IPsec 117 IPsec Headers 117 Authentication Header 117 Encapsulating Security Payload 118 IPsec Modes 118 Authentication Methods 119 Encryption Methods 119 Symmetric Key Algorithms 119 Asymmetric Key Algorithm 120 Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange 120 Key Management 120 Establishing an IPsec VPN 121 Configuring a Site-to-Site VPN Using IOS 121 Configuring an ISAKMP Policy 122 Configuring an IPsec Transform Set 123 Configuring a Crypto ACL 123 Configuring a Crypto Map 124 Applying the Crypto Map to an Interface 124 Configuring an Optional Interface Access List 124 Monitoring and Troubleshooting IPsec VPNs 125 Using GRE with IPsec 125 Configuring a GRE Tunnel Using IOS 126 Appendix B IPv6 Header Format 127 SWITCH Chapter 1 Campus Network Design 129 The Hierarchical Design Model 129 Core Layer 130 Small Campus Design 131 Medium Campus Design 131 Data Center Design 131 Network Traffic Flow 133 Service-Oriented Network Architecture 134 Planning a Network Implementation 135 Chapter 2 VLAN Implementation 137 VLAN Overview 137 VLAN Planning 139 Creating a VLAN and Assigning Ports 139 Verifying VLAN Configuration 139 VLAN Trunking 141 Configuring a Trunk Link 142 VLANs Allowed on the Trunk 143 Best Practices for Trunking 143 VLAN Trunking Protocol 143 VTP Switch Roles 144 Configuring VTP 145 Verifying and Monitoring VTP 145 Adding a New Switch to a VTP Domain 146 EtherChannels 146 Configuring an EtherChannel 147 Verifying an EtherChannel 148 Troubleshooting VLAN Issues 148 Troubleshooting User Connectivity 148 Troubleshooting Trunking 149 Troubleshooting VTP 149 Chapter 3 Spanning Tree 150 Understanding the Spanning Tree Protocol 150 Spanning Tree Election Criteria 151 STP Election 152 Bridge Protocol Data Units 154 Spanning Tree Port States 155 Per-VLAN Spanning-Tree 155 Configuring Spanning Tree 156 Portfast 156 Rapid Spanning Tree 157 RSTP Port Roles 157 BPDU Differences in RSTP 157 RSTP Fast Convergence 158 Multiple Spanning Tree 159 Spanning Tree Stability Mechanisms 159 UplinkFast 159 BackboneFast 160 BPDU Guard 160 BPDU Filtering 161 Root Guard 161 Unidirectional Link Detection 161 Loop Guard 162 Troubleshooting STP 163 Identifying a Bridging Loop 163 Spanning-Tree Best Practices 164 Chapter 4 InterVLAN Routing 166 InterVLAN Routing Using an External Router 166 InterVLAN Routing Using Multilayer Switches 167 The Layer 2 and Layer 3 Forwarding Process 167 Understanding the Switching Table 168 MLS Interfaces 168 Understanding Switch Forwarding Architectures 170 CEF Switching 170 Configuring and Troubleshooting CEF 171 Chapter 5 Implementing High Availability 173 Components of High Availability 173 Redundancy 173 Technology 173 People 174 Processes 175 Tools 175 Resiliency and High Availability 176 Network Level Resiliency 176 Fast Failover 176 Optimizing Redundancy 177 NSF with SSO 177 Designing for Redundancy 178 Layer 2 Versus Layer 3 Access Design 178 Using Nonchassis Based Access Switches 181 Network Management for High Availability 181 Syslog 182 SNMP 182 IP SLA 183 Chapter 6 First Hop Redundancy 185 Hot Standby Router Protocol 185 HSRP States 186 Configuring HSRP 186 Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol 188 GLBP 189 Planning Router Redundancy Implementation 190 Chapter 7 Campus Network Security 191 MAC Address-Based Attacks 191 MAC Address Flooding 192 Port Security 192 Port-Based Authentication 193 VLAN-Based Attacks 194 Switch Spoofing 194 802.1Q Double-Tagging 195 VACLs 195 Private VLANs 196 Protected Ports 197 Spoof Attacks 197 DHCP Spoofing 198 IP Source Guard 198 ARP Spoofing 198 Securing Your Switch 199 Chapter 8 Voice and Video in a Campus Network 200 VoIP in a Campus Network 201 Preparing the Network for VoIP 202 Voice VLANs 203 QoS for VoIP 204 Configuring VoIP Support on a Switch 206 Video over IP 208 QoS Requirements for Video 208 Chapter 9 Wireless LANs in a Campus Network 210 Cisco Unified Wireless Network 210 Characteristics of Wireless LANs 211 Service Set Identifiers (SSID) 211 WLAN Topologies 211 Client Connectivity 212 Cisco Wireless Network Components 213 Autonomous (Stand-alone) APs 213 Lightweight Access Points 214 Wireless LAN Controllers 215 Hybrid Remote Edge Access Point (H-REAP) 216 Integrating Wireless into the LAN 216 Switch Configuration 217 Planning for a Wireless Implementation 217 TSHOOT Chapter 1 Maintenance 219 Methodology 219 Common Tasks 220 Tools 223 Configurations 223 Other Tools 228 Chapter 2 Troubleshooting Methodology 230 Principles 230 Structured Troubleshooting 231 The Troubleshooting Method 232 Integrating Troubleshooting into Maintenance 233 Chapter 3 Troubleshooting Tools 235 IOS Filtering Tools 235 Output Redirection 242 IOS Troubleshooting Tools 242 Hardware Diagnostics 246 Working with External Tools 249 Packet Sniffing 249 Netflow 250 SNMP and EEM 250 Chapter 4 Troubleshooting Switches 252 Spanning Tree 254 VLANs 257 Switched Virtual Interfaces and InterVLAN routing 258 First-Hop Redundancy 258 Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Routing 261 Network Layer Connectivity 261 Routing Protocols 261 EIGRP 262 Is the Correct Route Advertised? 262 Is the Correct Route Communicated? 263 Is There a More Desirable Path? 264 OSPF 264 Is the Correct Route Advertised? 264 Is the Correct Route Communicated? 264 Is There a More Desirable Path? 265 BGP 265 Is the Correct Route Advertised? 265 Is the Correct Route Communicated? 266 Is There a More Desirable Path? 266 Route Redistribution 267 Router Performance 268 Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Security Features 270 Troubleshooting Security Features 271 Index 273show more

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