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Cisco Router Configuration and Troubleshooting [Paperback]

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Table of Contents

I. GETTING STARTED.

1. Networking and TCP/IP.

The OSI Reference Model. Hubs, Bridges, Switches. Routers. The Anatomy of the Corporate LAN. The Anatomy of the Internet. The Anatomy of an ISP Network. VLANs, VPNs and Converged Network Services. TCP/IP Addressing. Conclusion.

2. Cisco Routers: An Overview.

Product Line. Internetworking Operating System. Conclusion.

II. ROUTER CONFIGURATION.

3. Initial Router Setup.

Initial Start-up. Configuring from a TFTP Server. Manual Configuration. Conclusion.

4. Local Area Networking.

Ethernet. FDDI. Token Ring. Spatial Reuse Protocol/Dynamic Packet Transport (SRP/DPT). Conclusion.

5. Wide Area Networking.

Circuit Termination. Physical Transports. Leased Lines. Switched Lines. Conclusion.

6. Configuring Dynamic Routing Protocols.

Distance Vector—RIP. Link State—OSPF. Hybrid—EIGRP. External Routing—BGP. Conclusion.

7. Multicast.

How Multicast Works. Multicast Routing Protocols. Multicast Backbone (Mbone). Diagnostic Tools. Conclusion.

8. Access and Traffic Management.

User Level Access Management. IP Filtering 101. Using Your Router as a Firewall. Dealing with Congestion. Conclusion.

III. ROUTER MONITORING.

9. Collecting Data via SNMP.

Management Information Base (MIB). Enabling SNMP Access. How to Collect the Data. What to Do with the Data. Conclusion.

10. Collecting Data Via Other Means.

Automated Telnet. RSH and RCP. SYSLOG. Conclusion.

IV. ROUTER TROUBLESHOOTING.

11. Troubleshooting.

A Troubleshooting Example. Using Ping and Traceroute in the Internet. Cisco's Troubleshooting Mechanisms. Conclusion.

12. Tools of the Trade.

PING. Traceroute. MTR. Cisco Discovery Protocol. Pathchar. Web-based PING and Traceroute. Public Route-Servers. Looking Glasses. Instant Messaging Software. Related Web-based Tools. Conclusion.

13. Case Study.

The Network Hardware. Configuration of the Routers. WAN Implementation. Conclusion.

14. Troubleshooting the Physical Layer.

Proactive Monitoring. Router Commands. Troubleshooting the Cable Plant. Troubleshooting Cisco Hardware. Conclusion.

15. Troubleshooting the Network Layer.

Router Commands. Ethernet Troubleshooting. FDDI Troubleshooting. Frame Relay Troubleshooting. Conclusion.

16. Troubleshooting Routing Protocols.

Router Commands. Troubleshooting Routing Problems with Show IP Route. OSPF Troubleshooting. BGP Troubleshooting. Working with Your Hardware Vendor. Conclusion.

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