CCNP 2.0 : Routing
For courses in Cisco Technology and Cisco Certification.CCNP 2.0 is the hands-on training and practical insight students will need to pass Cisco's tough new Routing Exam (640-503). In CCNP 2.0: Routing, one of the world's leading Cisco networking instructors offers start-to-finish coverage of every exam objective-including extensive labs and advanced scenarios that deliver unbeatable real-world practice.
- Hardback | 352 pages
- 175.26 x 238.76 x 30.48mm | 861.82g
- 18 Dec 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
Table of contents
Introduction. Acknowledgments. About the Author. 1. Routing Concepts. Routing Tables. Router R0. Router R1. Router R2. Router R3. Load Balancing. Administrative Distance. Convergence. Types of Routing Protocols. Distance Vector. Link State. Advanced Distance Vector. Classful. Classless. Summary. Exam Objective Checklist. Chapter 1 Practice Questions.2. Managing IP Addresses. A Brief History of IP Addresses. Solutions to IP Addressing Problems. Subnet Masking (RFC 950, 1985). Route Summarization (RFC 1518, 1993). Classless InterDomain Routing (RFCs 1518, 1519, 2050). Network Address Translation (RFC 1631, 1994). Private Addresses (RFC 1918, 1996). Variable Length Subnet Masking (RFC 1812, 1995). IP version 6 (RFC 2373, 1998). Variable Length Subnet Masking (VLSM). IP Address Review. Rule 1:. RULE 2:. Calculating VLSM Addresses. Route Summarization. Calculating Route Summarization Addresses. Summarization with Discontiguous Networks. CIDR. Other Methods of Managing IP Addresses. Helper Addresses. Summary. Exam Objective Checklist. Chapter 2 Practice Questions.3. EIGRP. EIGRP Operation. Load Balancing. Route Summarization. EIGRP and WANs. Troubleshooting. Summary. Exam Objective Checklist. Chapter 3 Practice Questions.4. An Introduction to OSPF. Operations. Overview. Router ID. Establishing Neighbors. Electing the DR and BDR. Configuring OSPF. Exchange Protocol. Dijkstra Algorithm. Maintaining the Routing Table. WAN Connectivity. Point-to-Point. Point-to-Multipoint. Point-to-Multipoint Non-Broadcast. NBMA. NMBA with Broadcast. WAN Recap. Summary. Exam Objective Checklist. Chapter 4 Practice Questions.5. Scaling OSPF. Configuring Multiple Areas. Route Summarization. Stub and Totally Stubby Areas. Virtual Links. NBMA and Multiple Areas. Summary. Exam Objective Checklist. Chapter 5 Practice Questions.6. An Introduction to BGP. Mechanics. To BGP or Not To BGP. Static Routes. BGP Operations. Attributes-Path. Attributes-Origin. Attributes-Next Hop. Attributes-Local Preference. Attributes-Weight. Attributes-MED. Attributes-Community. Summary of Attributes. Route Summarization. Peer Groups. Internal BGP. Review. Summary. Exam Objective Checklist. Chapter 6 Practice Questions.7. Scaling BGP. Prefix Lists. Multihomed Scaling Issues. Scalability Issues. Redistribution with Interior Protocols. Redistributing Into bgp. Redistributing Into igp. Summary. Exam Objective Checklist. Chapter 7 Practice Questions.8. Optimizing Routing Operation. Static Routes. Redistribution in One Direction. Redistribution in Both Directions. Route Update Filters. Modifying the Administrative Distance. Filtering Routing Updates. Policy Maps. Summary. Exam Objective Checklist. Chapter 8 Practice Questions.Appendix A: Routing Commands. Appendix B: Practice Question Answers. Appendix C: TC/IP Subnetting. Index.
About Robert N. Myhre
ROBERT N. MYHRE is a consultant specializing in Cisco and Microsoft networking, a Cisco instructor for Ascolta, and a Microsoft instructor for MindSharp.