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Cisco Routers for the Desperate: Router and Switch Management, the Easy Way (Cicso Routers for the Desperae) [Paperback]

Michael W. Lucas

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Table of Contents

Introduction; What This Book Will Teach You; Where You Can Learn the Rest; Unpacking the Router; Chapter 1: Befriending the Command Line; 1.1 EXEC versus Privileged EXEC Mode; 1.2 Integrated Help; 1.3 Command Abbreviation; Chapter 2: Router Configuration; 2.1 Running versus Startup; 2.2 Reading a Configuration; Chapter 3: Router Interfaces; 3.1 Got Interface?; 3.2 Common Interface Characteristics; 3.3 Configuring Interfaces; 3.4 Ethernet Interfaces; 3.5 Serial Interfaces; 3.6 Other Interfaces; Chapter 4: Wide Area Network Connections; 4.1 Internet Connections; 4.2 Private Connections; 4.3 Private Circuit Configuration; Chapter 5: Troubleshooting Routers; 5.1 Router Crashes; 5.2 Network Failure; 5.3 Extended Pings and Circuit Troubleshooting; 5.4 Phoning the ISP; Chapter 6: IOS Changes; 6.1 Cisco Security Notifications; 6.2 Upgrade Preparations; 6.3 Performing the Upgrade; Chapter 7: Redundancy with BGP and HSRP; 7.1 BGP Basics; 7.2 BGP Preparations; 7.3 Configuring BGP; 7.4 Managing BGP; 7.5 Propagation of BGP Updates; 7.6 Hot Standby Router Protocol; Chapter 8: Cisco Switches; 8.1 CatOS, IOS, and Hybrid Mode; 8.2 Spanning Tree; 8.3 Configuring Switch Interfaces; 8.4 Cisco Discovery Protocol; 8.5 Viewing ARP Caches and Finding Hosts; Chapter 9: Logins, Authentication, and Remote Access; 9.1 Lines; 9.2 Passwords; 9.3 Usernames; 9.4 Remote Router Access; Chapter 10: CISCO NETWORK SERVICES; 10.1 Cisco AutoSecure; 10.2 NTP; 10.3 Router Logging; 10.4 SNMP; IP ADDRESSES AND NETMASKS; What Is an IP Address?; Practical Netmasks; Netmasks and BGP; COLOPHON;|

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Befriending the Command Line
  • Chapter 2: Router Configuration
  • Chapter 3: Router Interfaces
  • Chapter 4: Wide Area Network Connections
  • Chapter 5: Troubleshooting Routers
  • Chapter 6: IOS Changes
  • Chapter 7: Redundancy with BGP and HSRP
  • Chapter 8: Cisco Switches
  • Chapter 9: Logins, Authentication, and Remote Access
  • Chapter 10: CISCO NETWORK SERVICES
  • IP ADDRESSES AND NETMASKS
  • COLOPHON

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