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CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking, Third Edition

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Pub. Date:
5/5/2004
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Summary

Provides comprehensive coverage of Cisco networking concepts, and serves as an ideal guide to prepare for the CCNA Certification Exam#640-801.

Table of Contents

PREFACE xvii
CHAPTER ONE Introducing Networks 1(28)
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(12)
Reasons for Layering
6(1)
Peer OSI Communication
7(1)
Layer Functions
8(9)
Chapter Summary
17(1)
Key Terms
18(3)
Review Questions
21(5)
Case Projects
26(3)
CHAPTER TWO Network Devices 29(24)
Repeaters
30(1)
Hubs
31(1)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Repeaters and Hubs
32(1)
Wireless Access Points
33(1)
Network Segmentation
34(1)
Bridges
35(3)
Transparent Bridges
36(1)
Source-Routing Bridges
37(1)
Translation Bridges
37(1)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Bridges
37(1)
Switches
38(2)
Routers
40(3)
Physical vs. Logical Addresses
41(1)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Routers
41(2)
Brouters
43(1)
Gateways
43(1)
Chapter Summary
43(1)
Key Terms
44(2)
Review Questions
46(5)
Case Projects
51(2)
CHAPTER THREE TCP/IP and IP Addressing 53(62)
Origins of TCP/IP
54(1)
Overview of the TCP/IP Protocol Suite
54(18)
Application Layer
56(1)
Transport Layer
57(6)
Internetwork Layer
63(9)
Network Interface Layer
72(1)
IP Addressing
72(8)
MAC to IP Address Translation
73(1)
IP Classes
73(4)
Subnet Addressing
77(3)
Broadcast Types
80(1)
Subdividing IP Classes
80(9)
Subnet Masking
82(1)
Learning to Subnet
83(3)
Subnetting Formulas
86(1)
CIDR
87(1)
Summarization
88(1)
Variable Length Subnet Masks
89(3)
IPv4 vs. IPv6
92(1)
Understanding Packet Transmission
92(7)
Routers on the Network
93(1)
Network to Network
94(1)
Dynamic or Static Tables
95(1)
Transmitting Packets to Remote Segments
95(1)
Routing Packets
96(3)
Working with Hexadecimal Numbers
99(2)
Chapter Summary
101(2)
Key Terms
103(5)
Review Questions
108(6)
Case Projects
114(1)
CHAPTER FOUR Network Topology and Design 115(60)
Physical Topologies
116(4)
Bus
116(1)
Star
117(1)
Ring
118(1)
Influence of the 5-4-3 Rule on Topologies
118(2)
Network Architecture
120(6)
IEEE 802
120(5)
FDDI
125(1)
Media
126(8)
Twisted-Pair Cabling
126(2)
Coaxial Cabling
128(2)
Fiber-Optic Cable
130(3)
Signal Degradation
133(1)
Horizontal Cabling Standards
134(1)
Wiring Closets
135(3)
Proximity to the POP
136(1)
Backbone
137(1)
Performance Considerations
138(4)
Connection Speeds
138(1)
Utilization
139(1)
Calculating Bandwidth and Throughput
140(1)
Collisions and Contention
141(1)
Resource Placement
141(1)
Installing Telecommunications Connectors
142(3)
Patch Panel
145(2)
Testing Cable
147(5)
Cable Testers
147(5)
Baseline
152(1)
LAN Design Models
152(6)
Three-Layer Network Model
154(2)
Two-Layer Network Model
156(1)
One-Layer Network Model
156(2)
Network-Management Tools
158(3)
SNMP
159(2)
CMIP
161(1)
Chapter Summary
161(1)
Key Terms
162(7)
Review Questions
169(5)
Case Projects
174(1)
CHAPTER FIVE WAN Concepts 175(26)
WAN Standardization
176(10)
WAN Connection Methods
176(2)
WAN Data Link Protocols
178(8)
WAN Physical Layer
186(2)
WAN Connections
186(1)
WAN Physical Standards
187(1)
WAN Topologies
188(2)
Emerging WAN Connection Methods
190(1)
Chapter Summary
190(2)
Key Terms
192(3)
Review Questions
195(4)
Case Projects
199(2)
CHAPTER SIX Router and IOS Basics 201(34)
Benefits of Routing
202(1)
Cisco Router User Interface
202(17)
Connecting via Terminal Programs
204(1)
System Configuration Dialog
205(1)
User Interface
206(2)
Configuration Modes
208(2)
Plethora of Passwords
210(4)
Enhanced Editing
214(2)
Command History
216(1)
Configuring Router Identification
216(2)
Configuring the Time and Date
218(1)
Switch User Interface
219(2)
Modes and Passwords
219(1)
Setting the Host Name
220(1)
Router Components
221(5)
ROM
221(1)
Flash Memory
221(1)
NVRAM
222(1)
RAM/DRAM
223(1)
Interfaces
223(3)
Chapter Summary
226(1)
Key Terms
227(2)
Review Questions
229(4)
Case Projects
233(2)
CHAPTER SEVEN Router Startup and Configuration 235(28)
Router Startup
236(9)
POST
236(3)
RxBoot Mode
239(1)
Cisco IOS
239(4)
Router Configuration Files
243(2)
Methods for Making Changes
245(1)
CDP
245(2)
IP on the Router
247(1)
IP on the Switch
248(1)
IP Connectivity
248(7)
Telnet
248(1)
IP Host Names
249(1)
Ping and Trace
249(1)
IP Route
250(1)
Checking the Interface
251(4)
Router Password Recovery
255(1)
Chapter Summary
256(1)
Key Terms
257(1)
Review Questions
257(5)
Case Projects
262(1)
CHAPTER EIGHT Routing Protocols and Network Address Translation 263(44)
Network Address Translation
264(4)
Static NAT
265(1)
Dynamic NAT
266(2)
Configuring Network Address Translation
268(4)
Configuring Static NAT
268(1)
Configuring Dynamic NAT
269(3)
Nonroutable Protocols
272(1)
Routed Protocols
273(1)
Routing Protocols
274(7)
Two Types of IGPs
276(5)
Routing Information Protocol
281(7)
Enabling RIP Routing
282(1)
Configuring RIP Routing for Each Major Network
283(2)
Show ip protocol and debug ip rip Commands
285(3)
Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
288(4)
Static Routing
292(4)
Adding Static Routes
292(4)
Chapter Summary
296(1)
Key Terms
297(3)
Review Questions
300(4)
Case Projects
304(3)
CHAPTER NINE Advanced Routing Protocols 307(40)
Classful and Classless Routing Protocols
308(6)
Routing Information Protocol version 2
314(6)
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
320(11)
EIGRP Components
322(7)
EIGRP Configuration
329(2)
Open Shortest Path First
331(9)
OSPF Concepts
333(4)
OSPF Operation
337(1)
Single-Area OSPF Configuration
338(2)
Controlling Route Traffic
340(1)
Chapter Summary
341(1)
Key Terms
341(1)
Review Questions
342(3)
Case Projects
345(2)
CHAPTER TEN Access Lists 347(32)
Access Lists: Usage and Rules
348(5)
Access List Usage
348(1)
Problems with Access Lists
349(1)
Access List Rules
350(3)
Standard IP Access Lists
353(11)
Standard IP Access List Examples
357(6)
Monitoring Standard IP Access Lists
363(1)
Extended IP Access Lists
363(1)
Extended IP Access List Examples
364(7)
The "Established" Parameter
369(1)
Monitoring Extended IP Access Lists
370(1)
Using Named Lists
371(1)
Controlling VTY Line Access
372(1)
Chapter Summary
372(1)
Key Terms
373(1)
Review Questions
374(4)
Case Projects
378(1)
CHAPTER ELEVEN PPP and ISDN 379(32)
PPP
380(7)
PPP in the Protocol Stack
380(1)
Frame Format
381(3)
Establishing PPP Communications
384(3)
ISDN
387(6)
ISDN Standards
388(1)
ISDN Operations
388(5)
ISDN BRI Configuration Examples
393(6)
Dialer Profiles
394(3)
Monitoring ISDN
397(1)
Digital Lines
398(1)
Chapter Summary
399(1)
Key Terms
400(4)
Review Questions
404(4)
Case Projects
408(3)
CHAPTER TWELVE Frame Relay 411(28)
Frame Relay Standards and Equipment
412(2)
Virtual Circuits
414(2)
DLCI
414(1)
Frame Relay Map
414(1)
Subinterfaces
415(1)
LMI
416(5)
Inverse ARP
417(1)
Encapsulation Types
417(1)
Split Horizon
418(3)
Performance Parameters
421(1)
Congestion
422(1)
Frame Format
422(2)
Frame Relay Topologies
424(1)
Frame Relay Configuration
425(5)
Basic Multipoint Configuration with Two Routers
425(2)
Mutipoint Configuration Using a Subinterface
427(1)
Point-to-Point Configuration Using Subinterfaces
428(2)
Frame Relay Static Mapping
430(1)
Non-Cisco Routers
430(1)
Keepalive Configuration
430(1)
Monitoring Frame Relay
430(2)
Chapter Summary
432(1)
Key Terms
433(1)
Review Questions
434(4)
Case Projects
438(1)
CHAPTER THIRTEEN Switching and VLANs 439(48)
Ethernet Operations
440(8)
CSMA/CD
440(1)
Latency
441(1)
Ethernet Errors
442(2)
Fast Ethernet
444(2)
Half- and Full-Duplex Communications
446(2)
LAN Segmentation
448(2)
Segmenting with Bridges
448(1)
Segmenting with Routers
449(1)
LAN Switching
450(11)
Segmentation with Switches
450(2)
Switch Operations
452(1)
Securing Switch Ports
453(1)
Switching Methods
454(4)
Spanning Tree Protocol
458(3)
Virtual LANs
461(14)
Benefits of VLANs
463(1)
Dynamic vs. Static VLANs
464(1)
VLAN Standardization
465(1)
Creating VLANs
466(2)
Link Types and Configuration
468(1)
Trunking Protocol
469(2)
Switch Interface Descriptions
471(1)
Nonswitching Hubs and VLANs
472(1)
Routers and VLANs
472(3)
Chapter Summary
475(1)
Key Terms
476(6)
Review Questions
482(4)
Case Projects
486(1)
APPENDIX A CCNA Certification Objectives 487(4)
APPENDIX B Additional Resources 491(4)
Internet Resources
491(14)
Standards Organizations
491(1)
Technology Reference
492(1)
Networking Overviews and Tutorials
492(1)
Technical Forums
492(1)
Cisco Routers
492(1)
Exam Preparation Resources
493(2)
APPENDIX C A Networking Professional's Toolkit 495(10)
APPENDIX D Command Summary 505(12)
Identification and Navigation
506(2)
Passwords
508(1)
Router/Switch General and Startup Configuration
509(1)
Examining the Router and Switch
510(1)
Interface Configuration
511(1)
IP Commands
512(1)
Access Lists
513(1)
WAN Configuration
514(1)
VLAN Configuration
515(2)
APPENDIX E Troubleshooting Summary 517(10)
Router Troubleshooting Commands
518(4)
Switch Troubleshooting Commands
522(2)
Using Troubleshooting Commands
524(1)
Troubleshooting Example
524(3)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER ONE
Introducing Networks
527(12)
Lab 1.1 Understanding the OSI Model
528(2)
Lab 1.2 Understanding the Five Steps of Data Encapsulation
530(3)
Lab 1.3 Identifying Data Link and Network Layer Addresses
533(4)
Lab 1.4 Connection-Oriented vs. Connectionless Communications
537(2)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER TWO
Network Devices
539(12)
Lab 2.1 Simulating a Network by Connecting a CSU/DSU, Router, Bridge, Three Hubs, and Nine Computers
540(3)
Lab 2.2 Understanding Various Device Functions
543(3)
Lab 2.3 Understanding the Difference Between Bridges and Switches
546(5)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER THREE
TCP/IP and IP Addressing
551(24)
Lab 3.1 Determine an IP Addressing Scheme for Network 192.3.2.0
552(3)
Lab 3.2 Decode the IP Address 172.16.31.255 /20
555(3)
Lab 3.3 Decode the IP Address 120.15.179.255 /18
558(2)
Lab 3.4 Design an Efficient IP Addressing Scheme for Network 176.10.0.0
560(4)
Lab 3.5 Determine IP and MAC Header Information in an ARP Request and ARP Reply
564(2)
Lab 3.6 Determine IP and MAC Header Information in an RARP Request
566(2)
Lab 3.7 Determine IP and MAC Header Information for a Data Packet
568(3)
Lab 3.8 Perform Binary/Decimal/Hexadecimal Conversions
571(4)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER FOUR
Network Topology and Design
575(14)
Lab 4.1 Make and Test a Straight-Through Patch Cable
576(2)
Lab 4.2 Make and Test a Crossover Patch Cable
578(3)
Lab 4.3 Identify Various Cable Types and Connectors
581(2)
Lab 4.4 Punch Down and Test UTP Cable
583(2)
Lab 4.5 Calculate Bandwidth
585(4)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER FIVE
WAN Concepts
589(8)
Lab 5.1 Identify Connection Methods Used with WAN Data Link Layer Protocols
590(1)
Lab 5.2 Understand WAN Switching Terminology
591(3)
Lab 5.3 Associate WAN Technologies with the Appropriate Layer of the OSI Reference Model
594(3)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER SIX
Router and IOS Basics
597(18)
Lab 6.1 Connect the Internetwork Lab
598(3)
Lab 6.2 Configure HyperTerminal to Access a Cisco Router
601(2)
Lab 6.3 Use the System Configuration Dialog to Configure a Cisco Router
603(4)
Lab 6.4 Configure Console and Aux Passwords
607(3)
Lab 6.5 Use Help, the Command History, Enhanced Editing Features, and the Show Command
610(5)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER SEVEN
Router Startup and Configuration
615(24)
Lab 7.1 Configure IP Addresses and IP Hosts
616(5)
Lab 7.2 Install, Configure, and Use a TFTP Server
621(4)
Lab 7.3 Configure a Message and Interface Description
625(2)
Lab 7.4 Use the CDP, Ping, Trace, and Telnet Commands
627(4)
Lab 7.5 Copy and Paste Router Configurations
631(4)
Lab 7.6 Use Boot System Commands and the Configuration Register
635(4)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER EIGHT
Routing Protocols and Network Address Translation
639(14)
Lab 8.1 Understand Terms and Concepts Related to Routing and NAT
640(2)
Lab 8.2 Configure Static Routes
642(4)
Lab 8.3 Configure RIP
646(3)
Lab 8.4 Configure IGRP
649(4)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER NINE
Advanced Routing Protocols
653(12)
Lab 9.1 Identify the Characteristics of Various Routing Protocols
654(1)
Lab 9.2 Configure RIPv2
655(4)
Lab 9.3 Configure EIGRP
659(2)
Lab 9.4 Configure OSPF in a Single Area
661(4)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER TEN
Access Lists
665(14)
Lab 10.1 Create and Apply a Standard IP Access List on the Lab-d Router
666(4)
Lab 10.2 Create and Apply an Extended IP Access List on the Lab-b Router
670(5)
Lab 10.3 Create and Apply a Named Access List on the Lab-c Router
675(4)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER ELEVEN
PPP and ISDN
679(8)
Lab 11.1 Configure PPP with CHAP and PAP
680(3)
Lab 11.2 ISDN BRI Configuration
683(4)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER TWELVE
Frame Relay
687(10)
Lab 12.1 Set Up a Test Frame Relay Network
688(4)
Lab 12.2 Configure the Lab-c Router to Simulate a Frame Relay Switch
692(2)
Lab 12.3 Configure the Lab-b and Lab-d Routers for Frame Relay
694(3)
LAB MANUAL CHAPTER THIRTEEN
Switching and VLANs
697(38)
Lab 13.1 Configure a Cisco 1900 Switch Using the Menus
698(4)
Lab 13.2 Configure a Cisco 1900 Switch Using the Command-Line Interface
702(9)
Lab 13.3 Evaluate Hub Performance
711(4)
Lab 13.4 Evaluate Switch Performance
715(4)
Lab 13.5 Understand Switching and LAN Design Concepts and Terminology
719(3)
Lab 13.6 Configure "Router-on-a-Stick"
722(13)
GLOSSARY 735(28)
INDEX 763


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