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Assembling and Cabling Cisco Devices

  

 

Cabling the LAN

  

 

Cabling the WAN

  

 

Setting Up Console Connections to Cisco Devices

  

 

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Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices

From: Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices
Author: Stephen McQuerry
Publisher: Cisco Press (53)
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In this chapter, you learned about the physical layer support needed to interconnect Cisco devices. For the LAN, there are different media types and different connectors. Straight-through and crossover cables are used to interconnect different network devices. For WAN services, serial cables are used to connect to leased lines, and for ISDN, routers need the appropriate interface to connect to the service provider cloud. Finally, you learned the process for connecting a Cisco device to a terminal in order to perform configuration and monitoring.

   

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