Cisco Certification : Bridges, Routers and Switches for CCIEs
A guide to the most difficult portions of the Cisco Certification Exam - esp the hands-on lab portions. This will focus on the configuration and troubleshooting of Cisco bridges, routers and switches. ARS Limited is one of 9 certified Cisco trainers in the U.S. Writer, Bruce Caslow, is a CCIE (this exam has only a 30% pass rate) and has been working in the Cisco technology are for about 7 years.
- Paperback | 840 pages
- 185.42 x 238.76 x 66.04mm | 1,882.4g
- 14 Dec 1998
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
Table of contents
1. Introduction to the CCIE Study Guide. 2. Getting Started: July-4th-2:10 pm. 3. General Guidelines for Cisco Router Interface and Catalyst Port Configuration. 4. Configuring Frame-Relay to Map or Not to Map That is the Question. 5. Configuring ISDN and Dial-on-Demand Routing. 6. Configuring the Catalyst 5000 and VLANs. 7. Configuring ATM. 8. Level One Summary and Review Cisco Fusion Revisited. 9. IP Addressing and the IP Routing Process. 10. Configuring RIP, IGRP, and EIGRP. 11. Configuring OSPF. 12. Redistribution of IP Routes. 13. Level II Summary. 14. Exterior Routing with BGP. 15. Introduction to Configuring non-IP Routing Protocol Suites. 16. IPX Configuration. 17. AppleTalk Configuration. 18. Configuration DECNET. 19. Level IV Summary. 20. Bridging Non-Routable Traffic. 21. Configuring Source Route Bridging and DLSw+. 22. Level V Summary. 23. Managing Traffic. 24. Configuring IP Access-Lists. 25. Configuring Non-IP Routing Access-Lists. 26. Access-Lists for Non-Routable Traffic. 27. Prioritizing Traffic. 28. Configuring Route-Maps. 29. Level Six Summary. 30. Troubleshooting Routers and Switches. 31. Test Preparation Checklist and Test-Taking Techniques. 32. Sample Scenarios. Appendix A: Navigating the Cisco IOS. Appendix B: Can You Spot the Issues Answer Key.
About Andrew Bruce Caslow
Andrew Caslowis a CCIE who has been working with Cisco technologies for seven years. His company, ARS Ltd. in Alexandria, VA, is one of only nine U.S. companies certified by Cisco to do training for the CCIE exam.