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CLSC Exam Certification Guide

CLSC Exam Certification Guide

Author: Kevin Downes; Tim Boyles
Web Price: $60 US
Publisher: Cisco Press (Trade/52)
ISBN: 0735708754
Publication Date: 9/27/99
Pages: 672

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CLSC Exam Certification Guide is a comprehensive preparation tool for the CLSC exam (#640-404) and Foundation Routing and Switching exam (#640-409). Coverage of all CLSC exam objectives ensures readers will arrive at a complete understanding of the exam topics. This title reviews the main features of the Catalyst family of switches and the placement, configuration, and troubleshooting of switched LAN networks. Chapters in this book follow a logical organization of the CLSC exam objectives, and readers can streamline their preparation through the assessment and review features in each chapter. In-depth scenarios provide a battery of challenging questions, and the accompanying CD allows readers to build random practice exams or to study with flash cards. CLSC Exam Certification Guide pulls together the breadth of exam material, enabling readers to achieve mastery of exam objectives.


Table of Contents







Introduction: Overview of Cisco Certifications


1. -


The Cisco LAN Switch Configuration (CLSC) Exam Overview


2. -


Introduction to Switching Concepts


3. -




4. -


Placing Catalyst 5000 Series Switches in Your Network


5. -


Catalyst 5000 Series Switch Architecture


6. -


Catalyst 5000 Series Switch Hardware


7. -


Configuring the Catalyst 5000 Series Switches


8. -


Catalyst 5000 Series Switch Software


9. -


Managing the Catalyst 5000 Series Switch Family


10. -


Troubleshooting the Catalyst 5000


11. -


Catalyst 5000 Series Switch FDDI Module


12. -


Introduction to ATM Networking


13. -


Catalyst 1900 and Catalyst 2820 Switches


14. -


Catalyst 3000 Series Switches


15. -


Final Network Scenario


A. -


Answers to “Do I Know This Already” Quizzes and Q&A Sections


B. -


Transparent and Source-Route Bridging


C. -


Catalyst Switch Password Recovery Techniques


D. -


Configuring Spanning Tree


E. -


ISL Functional Specification


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