Multilayer Switching Lab Companion

Multilayer Switching Lab Companion

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This title will provide students and instructors with printed material for the labs in the CCNP Multilayer Switching course of the Cisco Networking Academy Program. Like many other networking technologies, Switching is best learned hands-on. The CCNP Cisco Networking Academy Program: Multilayer Switching Lab Companion helps students move from the theoretical to the practical by walking them through 40+ labs and numerous case studies, step by step. As the Cisco-recommended lab manual for the CCNP Multilayer Switching course of the Cisco Networking Academy Program, Multilayer Switching Lab Companion has been strongly integrated with both the most current Web-based curriculum and Multilayer Switching Companion Guide. The Lab Companion reinforces concepts learned in class while saving the student the time and cost of printing out the online materials. Cisco Systems, Inc., is the leading global supplier of internetworking solutions, including routers, LAN and ATM switches, dialup access servers, and network management software.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 226.1 x 263.1 x 13.2mm | 508.03g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Cisco Press
  • Indianapolis, United States
  • English
  • 1587130343
  • 9781587130342

Table of contents

Introduction. Lab Equipment Requirements. Lab 3-1: Upgrading the 4006 Supervisor Software. Lab 3-2: Catalyst 4000 Setup. Lab 3-3: Catalyst 2900 Setup. Lab 3-4: Catalyst 4000 Password Recovery. Lab 3-5: Catalyst 2900 Password Recovery. Lab 3-6: Catalyst 4000 TFTP Configuration Files. Lab 3-7: Catalyst 2900 TFTP Configuration Files. Lab 4-l: Catalyst 4000 Static VLANs. Lab 4-2: Catalyst 2900 Static VLANs. Lab 4-3: VLAN Trunking and VTP Domains. Lab 4-4: VTP Pruning. Lab 5-1: Spanning-Tree Protocol Default Behavior. Lab 5-2: Root Bridges and Root Path Cost. Lab 5-3: Switched Port Analyzer. Lab 5-4: Configuring Fast EtherChannel. Lab 5-5: PortFast, UplinkFast, and BackboneFast. Lab 6-1: Router-on-a-Stick. Lab 6-2: Configuring the L3 Services Module on a Catalyst 4006 Switch. Lab 6-3: Routing Between the L3 Services Module and an External Router. Lab 6-4: IP Helper Addresses for DHCP Relay on an L3 Services Module. Lab 8-1: Hot Standby Router Protocol. Lab 9-1: IP/TV Software Installation. Lab 9-2: Multicast Routing with Protocol-Independent Multicast Dense Mode. Lab 9-3: Multicast Routing with Protocol-Independent Multicast Sparse Mode. Lab 10-1: Local Switch Security for Controlled User Access. Lab 10-2: CiscoSecure ACS Switch Security for Controlled User Access. Appendix A: Command Reference. Appendix B: Cisco IOS, CatOS, and CatIOS.show more

About Wayne Lewis

Cisco Systems, Inc., is the leading global supplier of internetworking solutions, including routers, LAN and ATM switches, dialup access servers, and network management software. Wayne Lewis, CCNP, CCDP, CCIE written exam, Ph.D. (Math), CCAI is the author of the corresponding online curriculum for CCNP Multilayer Switching and CCNP Troubleshooting courses within the Cisco Networking Academy Program. He is both an instructor and the main contact at Honolulu Community College CATC and CCNP/ATC.show more