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Configuring IP Services

   

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Configuring IP Services

  

 

IP Services Task List

  

 

Manage IP Connections

  

 

Filter IP Packets

  

 

Configure the Hot Standby Router Protocol

  

 

Configure IP Accounting

  

 

Configure Performance Parameters

  

 

Configure IP over WANs

  

 

Monitor and Maintain the IP Network

  

 

IP Services Configuration Examples

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Cisco IOS 12.0 Solutions for Network Protocols, Volume I: IP

From: Cisco IOS 12.0 Solutions for Network Protocols, Volume I: IP
Author: Technologies Riva; Systems Cisco
Publisher: Cisco Press (53)
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3. Configuring IP Services

This chapter describes how to configure optional IP services. For a complete description of the IP services commands in this chapter, refer to Chapter 4, “IP Services Commands.” To locate documentation of other commands that appear in this chapter you can search online at www.cisco.com.

IP Services Task List

To configure optional IP services, complete any of the tasks in the following sections:

  • Manage IP Connections

  • Filter IP Packets

  • Configure the Hot Standby Router Protocol

  • Configure IP Accounting

  • Configure Performance Parameters

  • Configure IP over WANs

  • Monitor and Maintain the IP Network

Remember that not all the tasks in these sections are required. The tasks you must perform will depend on your network and your needs.

At the end of this chapter, the examples in the “IP Services Configuration Examples” section illustrate how you might configure your network using IP.

   

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