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CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking Fundamentals

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780619034771

ISBN10:
0619034777
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
8/2/2002
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning

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Summary

Includes maps to Semesters 1 and 2 of the Cisco Networking Academy Curriculum Version 2.0 and CCNA Exam 640-507; numerous review questions and case projects to reinforce the hands-on skills needed for certification and success; a CD-ROM that features 50-question CoursePrep exam preparation software; and an optional lab manual that provides extensive lab exercises and hands-on projects.

Table of Contents

Introduction xi
Introducing Networks
1(26)
Introduction to Networking
2(3)
Origin of Networking
2(1)
Why Do We Use Networks?
2(1)
Networking Terminology
3(2)
Understanding the OSI Model
5(11)
Reasons for Layering
5(1)
Peer OSI Communication
6(1)
Layer Functions
7(9)
Chapter Summary
16(1)
Key Terms
17(3)
Review Questions
20(5)
Case Projects
25(2)
Network Devices
27(20)
Repeaters
28(1)
Hubs
29(1)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Repeaters and Hubs
30(1)
Network Segmentation
30(2)
Bridges
32(2)
Transparent Bridges
32(1)
Source-Routing Bridges
33(1)
Translation Bridges
33(1)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Bridges
33(1)
Switches
34(2)
Routers
36(1)
Physical versus Logical Addresses
36(1)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Routers
37(1)
Brouters
37(1)
Gateways
38(1)
Chapter Summary
38(1)
Key Terms
39(2)
Review Questions
41(4)
Case Projects
45(2)
TCP/IP and IP Addressing
47(54)
Origins of TCP/IP
48(1)
Overview of the TCP/IP Protocol Suite
48(18)
Application Layer
50(1)
Transport Layer
51(6)
Internetwork Layer
57(8)
Network Interface Layer
65(1)
IP Addressing
66(7)
MAC to IP Address Translation
66(1)
IP Classes
67(3)
Subnet Addressing
70(3)
Subdividing IP Classes
73(8)
Subnet Masking
75(2)
Learning to Subnet
77(2)
Subnetting Formulas
79(1)
CIDR
80(1)
Broadcast Types
81(1)
Understanding Packet Transmission
81(7)
Routers on the Network
82(1)
Network to Network
83(1)
Dynamic or Static Tables
84(1)
Transmitting Packets to Remote Segments
84(1)
Routing Packets
85(3)
Chapter Summary
88(1)
Key Terms
89(5)
Review Questions
94(5)
Case Projects
99(2)
Network Topology and Design
101(58)
Physical Topologies
102(4)
Bus
102(1)
Star
103(1)
Ring
104(1)
Influence of the 5-4-3 Rule on Topologies
104(2)
Media
106(7)
Twisted-Pair Cabling
106(3)
Coaxial Cabling
109(2)
Fiber-Optic Cable
111(1)
Signal Degradation
112(1)
Horizontal Cabling Standards
113(1)
Wiring Closets
114(3)
Proximity to the POP
114(2)
Backbone
116(1)
Performance Considerations
117(4)
Connection Speeds
117(1)
Utilization
118(1)
Calculating Bandwidth and Throughput
118(2)
Collisions and Contention
120(1)
Resource Placement
120(1)
Installing Telecommunications Connectors
121(3)
Patch Panel
124(2)
Testing Cable
126(5)
Cable Testers
126(5)
Baseline
131(1)
Network Architecture
131(5)
IEEE 802
131(5)
FDDI
136(1)
LAN Design Models
136(6)
Three-Layer Network Model
138(2)
Two-Layer Network Model
140(1)
One-Layer Network Model
140(2)
Network-Management Tools
142(3)
SNMP
143(2)
CMIP
145(1)
Chapter Summary
145(1)
Key Terms
146(7)
Review Questions
153(5)
Case Projects
158(1)
WAN Concepts
159(28)
WAN Standardization
160(10)
WAN Connection Methods
160(2)
WAN Data Link Protocols
162(8)
WAN Physical Layer
170(2)
WAN Connections
170(1)
WAN Physical Standards
171(1)
WAN Topologies
172(1)
Network Address Translation
173(3)
Static NAT
174(1)
Dynamic NAT
174(2)
Chapter Summary
176(1)
Key Terms
177(4)
Review Questions
181(5)
Case Projects
186(1)
Router and IOS Basics
187(34)
Benefits of Routing
188(1)
Cisco Router User Interface
188(17)
Connecting via Terminal Programs
190(1)
System Configuration Dialog
191(1)
User Interface
192(2)
Configuration Modes
194(2)
Plethora of Passwords
196(4)
Enhanced Editing
200(2)
Command History
202(1)
Configuring Router Identification
202(2)
Configuring the Time and Date
204(1)
Switch User Interface
205(2)
Modes and Passwords
205(1)
Setting the Hostname
206(1)
Router Components
207(5)
ROM
207(1)
Flash memory
207(1)
NVRAM
208(1)
RAM/DRAM
209(1)
Interfaces
209(3)
Chapter Summary
212(1)
Key Terms
213(2)
Review Questions
215(4)
Case Projects
219(2)
Router Startup and Configuration
221(28)
Router Setup and Startup
222(9)
POST
222(3)
Cisco IOS
225(3)
Router Configuration Files
228(2)
Methods for Making Changes
230(1)
CDP
231(1)
IP on the Router
232(1)
IP on the Switch
233(1)
IP Connectivity
233(7)
Telnet
234(1)
IP Host Names
234(1)
Ping and Trace
235(1)
IP Route
236(1)
Checking the Interface
236(4)
Chapter Summary
240(1)
Key Terms
241(1)
Review Questions
242(4)
Case Projects
246(3)
Routing Protocols
249(32)
Nonroutable Protocols
250(1)
Routed Protocols
250(2)
Routing Protocols
252(7)
Two Types of IGP Routing Protocols
254(5)
Routing Information Protocol
259(7)
Enabling RIP Routing
260(1)
Configuring RIP Routing for Each Major Network
260(3)
Show IP protocol and debug ip rip Commands
263(3)
Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
266(3)
Static Routing
269(4)
Adding Static Routes
269(4)
Chapter Summary
273(1)
Key Terms
274(2)
Review Questions
276(4)
Case Projects
280(1)
IPX/SPX
281(30)
IPX/SPX Protocol Stack
282(1)
IPX/SPX Addressing
283(1)
IPX/SPX Data Link Layer Frame Types
284(1)
SAP Advertisements
285(3)
Configuring IPX/SPX
288(11)
The Secondary Command
296(1)
Subinterfaces
297(2)
Monitoring IPX/SPX
299(5)
Chapter Summary
304(1)
Key Terms
305(1)
Review Questions
306(4)
Case Projects
310(1)
Access Lists
311(38)
Access Lists: Usage and Rules
312(5)
Access List Usage
312(1)
Problems with Access Lists
313(1)
Access List Rules
314(3)
Standard IP Access Lists
317(10)
Standard IP Access List Examples
321(6)
Monitoring Standard IP Access Lists
327(1)
Extended IP Access Lists
327(8)
Extended IP Access List Examples
328(5)
The ``Established'' Parameter
333(1)
Monitoring Extended IP Access Lists
334(1)
Standard IPX Access Lists
335(2)
Standard IPX Access List Examples
335(2)
Monitoring Standard IPX Lists
337(1)
Extended IPX Access Lists
337(3)
Extended IPX Access Lists Example
338(1)
Monitoring Extended IPX Access Lists
339(1)
IPX SAP Filters
340(2)
IPX SAP Filter Example
340(2)
Monitoring IPX SAP Filters
342(1)
Using Named Lists
342(1)
Chapter Summary
342(1)
Key Terms
343(1)
Review Questions
344(4)
Case Projects
348(1)
PPP and ISDN
349(28)
PPP
350(7)
PPP in the Protocol Stack
350(1)
Frame Format
351(3)
Establishing PPP Communications
354(3)
ISDN
357(6)
ISDN Standards
358(1)
ISDN Operations
358(5)
ISDN BRI Configuration Example
363(2)
Digital Lines
364(1)
Chapter Summary
365(1)
Key Terms
366(4)
Review Questions
370(4)
Case Projects
374(3)
Frame Relay
377(28)
Frame Relay Standards and Equipment
378(2)
Virtual Circuits
380(2)
DLCI
380(1)
Frame Relay Map
380(1)
Subinterfaces
381(1)
LMI
382(4)
Inverse ARP
382(1)
Encapsulation Types
383(1)
Split Horizon
384(2)
Performance Parameters
386(1)
Congestion
387(1)
Frame Format
387(2)
Frame Relay Topologies
389(1)
Frame Relay Configuration
390(5)
Basic Multipoint Configuration with Two Routers
390(2)
Multipoint Configuration Using a Subinterface
392(1)
Point-to-Point Configuration Using Subinterfaces
393(2)
Frame Relay Static Mapping
395(1)
Keepalive Configuration
395(1)
Monitoring Frame Relay
395(2)
Chapter Summary
397(1)
Key Terms
398(1)
Review Questions
399(4)
Case Projects
403(2)
Switching and VLANs
405(46)
Ethernet Operations
406(8)
CSMA/CD
406(1)
Latency
407(1)
Ethernet Errors
408(3)
Fast Ethernet
411(1)
Half and Full-Duplex Communications
412(2)
LAN Segmentation
414(2)
Segmenting with Bridges
415(1)
Segmenting with Routers
415(1)
LAN Switching
416(11)
Segmentation with Switches
416(3)
Switch Operations
419(1)
Securing Switch Ports
419(2)
Switching Methods
421(3)
Spanning Tree Protocol
424(3)
Virtual LANs
427(11)
Benefits of VLANs
429(1)
Dynamic versus Static VLANs
430(1)
VLAN Standardization
431(1)
Creating VLANs
432(1)
Link Types and Configuration
433(2)
Trunking Protocol
435(1)
Switch Interface Descriptions
436(1)
Nonswitching Hubs and VLANs
437(1)
Routers and VLANs
437(1)
Chapter Summary
438(2)
Key Terms
440(5)
Review Questions
445(4)
Case Projects
449(2)
APPENDIX A CCNA Certification Objectives 451(4)
APPENDIX B Additional Resources 455(4)
Internet Resources
455(4)
Standards Organizations
455(1)
Technology Reference
456(1)
Networking Overviews and Tutorials
456(1)
Technical Forums
456(1)
Cisco Routers
456(1)
Exam Preparation Resources
457(2)
APPENDIX C A Networking Professional's Toolkit 459(10)
APPENDIX D Command Summary 469(12)
Identification and Navigation
470(2)
Passwords
472(1)
Router/Switch General & Startup Configuration
472(1)
Examining the Router & Switch
473(1)
Interface Configuration
474(1)
IP Commands
475(2)
IPX Commands
477(1)
Access Lists
477(1)
WAN Configuration
478(1)
VLAN Configuration
479(2)
Glossary 481(28)
Index 509


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