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CCDP Self-Study : Designing Cisco Network Architectures (ARCH)

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Summary

Learn CCDP ARCH 642-871 concepts with the Cisco authorized self-study book for CCDP foundation learning.

Author Biography

Keith Hutton is a senior Cisco network administrator with Magma Communications Ltd., Canada's leading, full-service Internet company.

Table of Contents

Introduction xxvi
Chapter 1 Introducing Cisco Network Service Architectures
3(24)
Primary Concerns of Network Deployment
3(4)
Performance
3(2)
Scalability
5(1)
Availability
6(1)
Cisco AVVID Framework
7(4)
Cisco AVVID Common Network Infrastructure
9(1)
Cisco AVVID Intelligent Network Services
10(1)
Cisco AVVID Network Solutions
11(1)
Enterprise Composite Network Model
11(9)
Enterprise Campus Functional Area
14(2)
Campus Infrastructure Module
14(1)
Network Management Module
15(1)
Server Farm Module
15(1)
Edge Distribution Module
15(1)
Effects of the Enterprise Campus Functional Area on the Enterprise Network
16(1)
Enterprise Edge Functional Area
16(3)
E-Commerce Module
17(1)
Internet Connectivity Module
18(1)
Remote Access and VPN Module
18(1)
WAN Module
18(1)
Effects of the Enterprise Edge Functional Area on the Enterprise Network
19(1)
Service Provider Edge Functional Area
19(1)
Summary
20(2)
References
22(1)
Product Summary
22(2)
Review Questions
24(3)
Chapter 2 Designing Enterprise Campus Networks
27(56)
Enterprise Network Design Methodology
27(5)
Campus Design Within the Enterprise Composite Network Model
27(2)
Typical Requirements for an Enterprise Campus Network
29(1)
Enterprise Campus Design Methodology
30(1)
Analyzing Network Traffic Patterns
30(2)
Designing the Campus Infrastructure
32(26)
Designing the Logical Campus Network
33(3)
One VLAN Per Switch
34(1)
Unique VLANs Per Switch
34(1)
VLANs Spanning Multiple Access Switches
35(1)
Designing the Physical Campus Network
36(5)
Selecting Transmission Media and Data-Link Protocols
36(3)
Selecting a Physical Network Segmentation Strategy
39(1)
Selecting and Implementing Spanning Tree Protocol
39(2)
Selecting Data Link or Multilayer Switching Solutions
41(4)
Small Campus Network
42(1)
Medium Campus Network
42(1)
Multilayer Switched Campus Backbone
43(2)
Selecting Cisco Hardware and Software
45(2)
Identifying an IP Addressing Strategy
47(2)
Selecting Routing Protocols
49(4)
Static Versus Dynamic Routing
50(1)
RIP and RIPv2
50(1)
IGRP
51(1)
EIGRP
51(1)
OSPF
52(1)
IS-IS
52(1)
Selecting Areas for Networks
53(1)
Enterprise Campus Design Examples
53(5)
Small Enterprise Design Example
53(1)
Medium Enterprise Design Example
54(2)
Large Enterprise Design Example
56(2)
Designing the Server Farm
58(4)
Design Objectives for the Server Farm
58(1)
Server Farm Infrastructure Architecture
59(2)
Designing the Server Farm for Scalability
61(1)
Considerations for Server Farm Security and Manageability
61(1)
Summary
62(3)
References
65(1)
Product Summary
65(2)
Standards and Specifications Summary
67(1)
Review Questions
67(1)
Case Study: OCSIC Bottling Company
68(15)
Background
68(1)
Business Goals of OCSIC
68(1)
Headquarters Location, Network, and Applications
69(3)
North American Plants and Their Applications
72(2)
Networking Strategies and Goals
74(1)
Proposed Headquarters Campus Network Solution
74(3)
Proposed Headquarters Server Farm Solution
77(2)
Proposed North American Plan Model
79(4)
Chapter 3 Designing Enterprise Edge Connectivity
83(48)
Reviewing the Enterprise Edge Network Design Methodology
83(5)
Enterprise Edge Design
83(2)
Typical Requirements for the Enterprise Edge
85(1)
Enterprise Edge Design Methodology
86(1)
Analyzing Network Traffic Patterns
86(2)
Designing the Classic WAN Module
88(16)
Enterprise Needs for the WAN
88(1)
Selecting the WAN Topology
89(3)
Branch Office WAN
90(1)
Regional Office WAN
90(1)
Enterprise WAN Backbone
91(1)
Selecting a Service Provider
92(1)
Selecting the Data-Link Layer
93(1)
Selecting the Physical Layer
94(1)
Selecting WAN Features
95(1)
Selecting Cisco Edge Routing Solutions
96(2)
Routing Protocol and IP Addressing Considerations
98(3)
An Enterprise WAN Design Example
101(3)
Designing the Remote Access Module
104(7)
Enterprise Needs for Remote Access
105(1)
Selecting the Remote Access Type and Termination
106(1)
Selecting the Remote Access Physical Connectivity
107(1)
Selecting the Remote Access Protocol
108(1)
Selecting Cisco Access Routing Solutions
109(1)
Sizing the Central Site Remote Access Connection
109(1)
An Enterprise Remote Access Design Example
109(2)
Designing the Internet Connectivity Module
111(6)
Enterprise Requirements for the Internet
111(1)
Using NAT at the Enterprise Edge
112(1)
Designing ISP Connectivity Solutions
113(2)
Internet Connectivity Design Example
115(2)
Summary
117(2)
References
119(1)
Product Summary
119(1)
Standards and Specifications Summary
120(1)
Review Questions
120(2)
Case Study: OCSIC Bottling Company
122(9)
North American Plant Headquarters WAN
122(1)
Remote Access and Internet Connectivity Requirements
123(1)
International Manufacturing, Distribution, and Sales Plants
124(1)
International Plant Networks and Applications
124(1)
WAN Module Design
125(2)
Remote Access Design
127(1)
Internet Connectivity Module Design
128(3)
Chapter 4 Designing Network Management Services
131(42)
Developing an Enterprise Network Management Strategy
131(10)
Functional Areas of Network Management
132(2)
FCAPS
133(1)
Network Management Policies and Procedures
134(1)
Policies
134(1)
Procedures
135(1)
Network Management Methods
135(1)
Reactive-Event Driven
135(1)
Proactive-Polling and Event Driven
136(1)
Network Management Strategy Process
136(2)
Network Management Module Functions
138(2)
Cisco Network Management Strategy
140(1)
CiscoWorks
141(10)
CiscoWorks Common Management Foundation
143(1)
CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution
143(5)
Best Practices for Managing the LAN Using LMS
147(1)
CiscoWorks Routed WAN Management Solution
148(3)
Best Practices for Managing the WAN Using RWAN
150(1)
Designing the Network Management Architecture
151(8)
Network Management Design Considerations
151(4)
Network Management Infrastructure Considerations
151(1)
Network Management Data Collection and Management Considerations
152(3)
Network Management Station Sizing Considerations
155(1)
System Management Resource Considerations
155(1)
Network Management Deployment Recommendations
155(4)
Single Server Deployment
156(1)
Multiserver, Split Applications-Single Management Domain
156(1)
Multiple Management Domains
157(1)
Centralized WAN Management with LAN Management
157(1)
Key Questions to Consider
158(1)
Availability Manager Issues
159(1)
Network Management Design Scenarios
159(6)
Small Site Network Management Design Scenario
159(1)
Medium Site Network Management Design Scenario
160(1)
Large Site Network Management Design Scenario
161(4)
Summary
165(1)
References
165(1)
Product Summary
166(2)
Standards and Specification Summary
168(1)
Review Questions
169(1)
Case Study: OCSIC Bottling Company
170(3)
Chapter 5 Designing High-Availability Services
173(30)
High-Availability Features and Options
173(11)
Network Requirements for High Availability
173(2)
Cisco IOS High-Availability Architecture
175(1)
Fault Tolerance and Hardware Redundancy
176(4)
Using Fault-Tolerant Devices
176(1)
Providing Redundancy in the Network Topology
177(1)
Route Processor Redundancy
178(1)
Network Interface Card Redundancy
179(1)
Options for Layer 3 Redundancy
180(2)
Redundancy and Spanning Tree Protocol
182(2)
PortFast and UplinkFast
184(1)
Designing High-Availability Enterprise Networks
184
Design Guidelines for High Availability
184(4)
Redundancy Options
185(1)
Software Features and Protocol Attributes
186(1)
Carrier and Circuit Types
187(1)
Power Availability
187(1)
High-Availability Design Goals and Conclusions
188(1)
Best Practices for High-Availability Network Design
188(1)
Enterprise Campus Design Guidelines for High Availability
189(1)
Enterprise Edge Design Guidelines for High Availability
190(1)
High-Availability Design Example
191
Summary
92(103)
Reference
195(1)
Product Summary
195(1)
Standards and Specifications Summary
196(1)
Review Questions
196(1)
Case Study: OCSIC Bottling Company
197(6)
High-Availability Design for the Campus Infrastructure Module
197(1)
High-Availability Strategy for the Server Farm Module
198(1)
High-Availability Strategy for the WAN Module
198(1)
High-Availability Strategy for the Remote Access Module
199(1)
High-Availability Strategy for the Internet Connectivity Module
200(1)
Revised Network Diagrams
200(3)
Chapter 6 Designing Security Services
203(76)
Evaluating Network Security Policies
203(9)
Network Vulnerabilities
204(2)
Defining a Security Policy
206(1)
Network Security as a Process
207(1)
Securing the Network
208(1)
Monitoring Security
208(1)
Testing Security
208(1)
Improving Security
208(1)
Risk Assessment and Management
208(4)
Reviewing Cisco Security Solutions
212(31)
Key Elements of Network Security
213(1)
Network Security Attack Types and Their Solutions
214(9)
Packet Sniffers
214(2)
IP Spoofing
216(1)
DoS Attacks
217(1)
Password Attacks
218(1)
Man-in-the-Middle Attacks
219(1)
Application Layer Attacks
220(1)
Network Reconnaissance
220(1)
Trust Exploitation
221(1)
Port Redirection Attacks
222(1)
Unauthorized Access Attacks
222(1)
Viruses and Trojan Horses
222(1)
Firewall Design Options
223(5)
Implementing a Perimeter LAN
224(1)
Firewall Filtering Rules
225(1)
Perimeter Security: PIX Firewall
226(1)
Perimeter Security: IOS Firewall
227(1)
Intrusion Detection System Design Options
228(3)
IDS Operation
228(1)
IDS Deployment
229(2)
Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting
231(4)
RADIUS
231(1)
TACACS+
232(1)
Kerberos
233(1)
Public Key Infrastructure
234(1)
IP Security
235(4)
Internet Key Exchange
237(1)
Authentication Header
238(1)
Encapsulating Security Payload
238(1)
Device Security Options
239(4)
Routers
239(1)
Switches
240(1)
Hosts
241(1)
Network-Wide
242(1)
Applications
243(1)
Implementing Network Security Using the Cisco SAFE Security Blueprints
243(21)
Introduction to Cisco SAFE Architecture
244(2)
SAFE Security Strategies for Small Networks
246(3)
Small Network Internet Connectivity Module
246(1)
Small Network Campus Infrastructure Module
247(2)
SAFE Security Strategies for Medium Networks
249(6)
Medium Network Internet Connectivity
250(2)
Medium Network Campus Infrastructure Module
252(2)
Medium Network WAN Module
254(1)
SAFE Security Strategies for Large Networks
255(5)
Campus Infrastructure Module
255(2)
Secure Network Management Module
257(1)
Secure Server Farm Module
258(1)
Secure Edge Distribution Module
259(1)
SAFE Security Strategies for the Enterprise Edge
260(19)
E-Commerce Module
260(2)
Internet Connectivity Module
262(1)
Remote Access and VPN Module
263(1)
WAN Module Features
264(1)
Summary
264(2)
References
266(1)
Product Summary
266(5)
Standards and Specification Summary
271(1)
Review Questions
272(1)
Case Study: OCSIC Bottling Company
273(6)
Chapter 7 Designing QoS
279(36)
Identifying QoS Mechanisms
279(16)
Enterprise Network Requirements for QoS
279(3)
Delay
280(1)
Delay Variation
281(1)
Packet Loss
281(1)
QoS-Enabled Network
281(1)
QoS Architectures
282(2)
IntServ
282(1)
DiffServ
283(1)
QoS Service Levels
284(1)
Classification and Marking
285(1)
Congestion Avoidance
286(2)
Congestion Management
288(2)
Traffic Conditioning
290(3)
CAR: Managing Access Bandwidth Policy and Performing Policing
291(1)
Traffic Shaping: Controlling Outbound Traffic Flow
292(1)
Signaling
293(1)
Link-Efficiency Mechanisms
293(1)
LFI
293(1)
cRTP and dcRTP
294(1)
Summary of Key Cisco IOS Software QoS Categories and Features
294(1)
Designing QoS for Enterprise Networks
295(9)
QoS Design Guidelines
295(6)
QoS Design Guidelines for Data
297(1)
QoS Design Guidelines for Voice
298(1)
QoS Design Guidelines for Video Conferencing
299(2)
Designing QoS for the Enterprise Network
301(1)
Example: QoS Solution
302(2)
Summary
304(2)
Reference
306(1)
Product Summary
306(1)
Standards and Specifications Summary
307(1)
Review Questions
308(1)
Case Study: OCSIC Bottling Company
309(6)
QoS Design for the Site-to-Site WAN
310(1)
QoS Design for the Campus Infrastructure Module
311(4)
Chapter 8 Designing IP Multicast Services
315(34)
Examining IP Multicast Services
315(18)
IP Multicast Basics
316(2)
IP Multicast Data-Delivery Principles
318(1)
Multicast Forwarding
319(2)
IP Multicast Group Membership and Distribution Trees
321(3)
Source Trees
321(1)
Shared Trees
322(1)
Comparison of Source Trees and Shared Trees
323(1)
Protocol Independent Multicast
324(5)
PIM Dense Mode
324(1)
PIM Sparse Mode
325(3)
Sparse Mode, Dense Mode, and Sparse-Dense Mode
328(1)
IP Multicast Control Mechanisms
329(4)
IGMP
330(2)
CGMP and IGMP Snooping
332(1)
Designing IP Multicast Solutions for Enterprise Networks
333(5)
IP Multicast Design Considerations for an Enterprise Campus
333(1)
Designing IP Multicast for a Small Campus
334(1)
Designing IP Multicast for a Large Enterprise Campus
335(2)
Designing IP Multicast Over a WAN
337(1)
Summary
338(2)
References
340(1)
Product Summary
340(2)
Standards and Specifications Summary
342(1)
Review Questions
342(4)
Case Study: OCSIC Bottling Company
346(3)
IP Multicast Design for OCSIC's New Application
346(3)
Chapter 9 Designing Virtual Private Networks
349(50)
VPN Technologies
349(11)
Enterprise VPN Requirements
350(1)
VPN Tunneling
351(1)
VPN Security
352(3)
IPSec
352(1)
User Authentication
353(1)
Encryption
353(2)
VPN Termination
355(3)
VPN Concentrators
356(1)
VPN Client Software
357(1)
VPN Management
358(2)
VPN Management Considerations
359(1)
CiscoWorks VPN/Security Management Solution
359(1)
Designing Site-to-Site VPNs
360(14)
Site-to-Site VPN Requirements
360(2)
Key Design Considerations for Site-to-Site VPNs
362(2)
Hub-and-Spoke VPN Topologies
362(1)
Simple Full-Mesh VPN Topology
363(1)
Hierarchical VPN Topology
363(1)
High-Availability and Resiliency Considerations
364(1)
Using a Routing Protocol over the VPN
365(2)
Minimizing Packet Fragmentation
367(1)
Implementing IPSec
368(1)
Site-to-Site VPN Examples
369(5)
Example: Small Site-to-Site VPN
369(1)
Small Site-to-Site VPN Solution
370(1)
Example: Large Site-to-Site VPN
371(1)
Large Site-to-Site VPN Solution
372(2)
Designing Remote-Access VPNs
374(13)
Remote-Access VPN Requirements
374(2)
Remote-Access VPN Design Considerations
376(2)
Broadband Access Design Considerations
378(1)
Capacity Planning for Remote-Access VPNs
378(1)
NAT Issues
379(3)
One-to-One Translation
380(1)
Many-to-One Translation
380(1)
NAT Traversal
380(1)
VPN Split-Tunnel Communication
381(1)
Remote-Access VPN Examples
382(12)
Example: Small Remote-Access VPN
382(1)
Small Remote-Access VPN Solution
383(1)
Example: Large Remote-Access VPN
384(1)
Large Remote-Access VPN Solution
385(2)
Summary
387(1)
References
388(1)
Product Summary
388(4)
Standards and Specification Summary
392(1)
Review Questions
393(1)
Case Study: OCSIC Bottling Company
394(5)
Site-to-Site VPN Solution
395(1)
Remote-Access VPN Solution
396(1)
Revised Network Diagrams
396(3)
Chapter 10 Designing Enterprise Wireless Networks
399(38)
Reviewing the Wireless LAN Solution
399(8)
Emerging Wireless Enterprise Network Needs
399(1)
Wireless Communication Architecture
400(4)
Access Point Coverage
402(2)
Cell Distribution
404(1)
802.11 Standards
404(1)
Cisco Wireless Solutions
405(2)
Access Points and Client Adapters
405(1)
Workgroup Bridges
406(1)
Wireless Bridges
406(1)
Antennas
406(1)
Designing WLANs for Enhanced Enterprise Communications
407(23)
Enterprise WLAN Design Considerations
407(9)
WLAN Data Rates
407(1)
Client Density and Throughput
408(1)
WLAN Coverage
408(1)
RF Environment
408(1)
Channel Selection
409(1)
Access-Point Placement and Number
410(1)
Inline Power
411(1)
VLANs
411(1)
LP Addressing
412(1)
Infrastructure Availability
412(1)
Back-End System Availability
412(1)
Access-Point Hot Standby Redundancy
412(1)
Roaming
413(1)
Multicast
414(1)
QoS
415(1)
WLAN Security Design Considerations
416(5)
WLAN Security Extensions-EAP
418(1)
WLAN LAN Extension-IPSec
418(1)
WLAN Static WEP
419(1)
Security Extension Comparison
420(1)
Cisco EAP
421(5)
Attack Mitigation Using EAP Authentication
422(2)
Attack Mitigation Using IPSec
424(2)
Small Office WLAN Design Model
426(1)
Enterprise WLAN Design Model
427(2)
Example: Enterprise WLAN Site Design
428(1)
Example: Enterprise WLAN Remote Office Design
429(1)
Remote-Access and Telecommuter WLAN Design Models
429(1)
Summary
430(1)
References
431(1)
Product Summary
431(1)
Standards and Specification Summary
432(1)
Review Questions
432(1)
Case Study: OCSIC Bottling Company
433(4)
Chapter 11 Designing IP Telephony Solutions
437(58)
Reviewing the Cisco IP Telephony Solution
437(10)
Introducing the Cisco IP Telephony Solution
437(3)
Cisco CallManager
440(1)
Gateways and Control Protocols
441(3)
Transcoders and Conferencing
444(3)
Hardware Support
444(1)
Unicast Conference Bridge
445(2)
Cisco IP Telephony Applications
447(1)
Designing a Network for Cisco IP Telephony
447(40)
Cisco CallManager Cluster Design Considerations
448(4)
Cluster Deployment Guidelines
449(1)
Cluster Design
450(2)
Designing Single-Site IP Telephony Solutions
452(5)
Example: Single-Site
455(1)
Single-Site Solution
455(2)
Designing Multisite with Centralized Call Processing IP Telephony Solutions
457(2)
Designing Multisite with Distributed Call Processing IP Telephony Solutions
459(8)
Example: Distributed Call Processing
463(1)
Distributed Call Processing Solution
464(3)
Clustering over the IP WAN
467(6)
Local Failover
467(3)
Remote Failover
470(3)
Network Infrastructure Design Considerations
473(7)
Layer 2 Voice Transport
474(1)
VoIP over Leased Lines
474(1)
Voice over Frame Relay
475(1)
Voice over ATM
475(1)
Network Bandwidth Provisioning
475(1)
Provisioning for Voice Bearer Traffic
476(1)
Provisioning for Call Control Traffic
476(1)
Traffic Engineering
477(2)
Dial Plan Design Considerations
479(1)
Intelligent Network Services for IP Telephony and Voice
480(15)
IP Telephony Network Management Tools
481(1)
High Availability
481(2)
Voice Security
483(1)
QoS Design Considerations
484(3)
Summary
487(1)
References
487(1)
Product Summary
488(1)
Standards and Specification Summary
489(1)
Review Questions
489(2)
Case Study: OCSIC Bottling Company
491(4)
Chapter 12 Designing Content Networking Solutions
495(26)
Reviewing the Content Networking Solution
495(11)
Enterprise Content Networking Requirements
496(1)
Content Networking Architecture
497(1)
Content Caching
498(3)
Transparent Caching Deployment
499(1)
Proxy Caching Deployment
500(1)
Reverse Proxy Caching Deployment
500(1)
Content Switching
501(1)
Content Routing
502(3)
Direct Mode Content Routing
503(1)
WCCP Mode Content Routing
504(1)
Content Distribution and Management
505(1)
Intelligent Network Services Integration
506(1)
Designing Content Networking Solutions
506(8)
Content Networking Design Considerations
507(1)
Content Networking Solutions for Web Content Delivery
508(2)
Example: Web Content Delivery
509(1)
Web Content Delivery Solution
509(1)
Content Networking Solutions for E-Commerce
510(2)
Example: E-Commerce
511(1)
E-Commerce Solution
511(1)
Content Networking Solutions for Streaming Media
512(9)
Example: Streaming Media
513(1)
Streaming Media Solution
513(1)
Summary
514(1)
References
515(1)
Product Summary
516(1)
Standards and Specification Summary
517(1)
Review Questions
517(1)
Case Study: OCSIC Bottling Company
518(3)
Chapter 13 Designing Storage Networking Solutions
521(30)
Reviewing the Cisco Storage Networking Solution
521(12)
Enterprise Needs for Storage Networking
522(1)
Storage Consolidation
522(1)
Business Continuance and Backup
523(1)
Cisco Storage Networking Architecture
523(2)
Network Storage Models
525(2)
SANs
526(1)
Network-Attached Storage
526(1)
Network Technology Enablers for Storage Networks
527(5)
iSCSI
528(3)
FCIP
531(1)
Intelligent Network Services for Storage Networking
532(1)
Designing a Storage Networking Architecture with IP Access
533(11)
Designing a Storage Networking Architecture
534(2)
IP Access to Storage
536(2)
Example: IP Access to Storage
536(1)
IP Access to Storage Solution
537(1)
Storage over WAN
538(3)
Example: Storage over WAN
539(1)
Storage over WAN Solution
539(1)
Example: Storage over Optical Metro
540(1)
Storage over Optical Metro Solution
540(1)
Network-Attached Storage Model
541(3)
Example: Network-Attached Storage
542(1)
Network-Attached Storage Solution
542(2)
Summary
544(1)
References
544(1)
Product Summary
545(1)
Standards and Specification Summary
546(1)
Review Questions
547(1)
Case Study: OCSIC Bottling Company
548(3)
Appendix A Answers to Review Questions 551(44)
Chapter 1
551(1)
Chapter 2
552(3)
Chapter 3
555(5)
Chapter 4
560(3)
Chapter 5
563(3)
Chapter 6
566(4)
Chapter 7
570(3)
Chapter 8
573(1)
Chapter 9
574(4)
Chapter 10
578(4)
Chapter 11
582(5)
Chapter 12
587(2)
Chapter 13
589(6)
Glossary 595(54)
Index 649


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