Cisco Field Manual : Router Configuration
Cisco Field Manual: Router Configuration is the ultimate command reference that shows readers how to configure routers and switches with Cisco IOS software. Complete with shaded tab sections for different IOS software feature families for easy reference. Each section provides a succinct background of the group, configuration information and example components. With information on the most recent IOS releases as well as on previous releases in simple to read tables, Cisco Field Manual: Router Configuration is designed to be an invaluable workplace tool.Presents the common elements of complex configurations for Cisco routers, switches, and firewalls in an intuitive, easy-to-reference format. Each feature includes concise background information, configuration notes, port numbers, and examples. Describes actual configuration commands and options in the order they should be used. Saves time spent searching for pertinent information in the Cisco IOS documentation. Useful as a hands-on command reference in the field or as a part of any candidate?s Cisco Career Certifications preparation.
- Paperback | 688 pages
- 180.34 x 231.14 x 43.18mm | 1,065.94g
- 14 Dec 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- Cisco Press
- Indianapolis, United States
Table of contents
I. CONFIGURATION FUNDAMENTALS. 1. Configuration Basics. 2. Interface Configuration. 3. Dial Solutions. II. LAYER 2 NETWORKING. 4. Bridging. 5. IBM Networking. III. NETWORK PROTOCOLS. 6. IP Addressing & Services. 7. IP Routing Protocols. 8. IP Route Processing. 9. Non-IP Routing Protocols. IV. PACKET PROCESSING. 10. Quality of Service. 11. Cisco IOS Software Switching Services. V. VOICE & TELEPHONY. 12. Voice & Telephony. VI. SECURITY. 13. Security & VPNs. 14. Access Lists. VII. APPENDIXES. Appendix A: Cisco IOS Software Releases and Filenames. Appendix B: Cabling Quick Reference. Appendix C: SNMP MIB Structure. Appendix D: Password Recovery. Appendix E: Configuration Register Settings. Appendix F: Well-known IP Protocol Numbers. Appendix G: Well-known IP Port Numbers. Appendix H: Well-known ICMP Type and Code Numbers. Appendix I: Well-known Multicast Addresses. Appendix J: Well-known IPX SAP Codes. Appendix K: Ethernet Type Codes.
About David Hucaby
David Hucaby, CCIE #4594, is a Lead Network Engineer for the University of Kentucky where he designs, implements, and maintains campus networks using Cisco products. Prior to his current position, David was a senior network consultant, where he provided design and implementation consulting, focusing on Cisco-based VPN and IP telephony solutions.Steve McQuerry, CCIE #6108, is an instructor and consultant with over 10 years of networking industry experience. He is a Certified Cisco Systems Instructor (CCSI(r)) and a course Director/Developer teaching routing and switching concepts for Global Knowledge.