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

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

Author: Technologies Riva; Systems Cisco
Web Price: $50 US
Publisher: Cisco Press (53)
ISBN: 1578701546
Publication Date: 3/23/99
Pages: 1008

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Cisco IOS 12.0 Solutions for Network Protocols Volume I is a comprehensive guide detailing available Cisco IP routing alternatives. It offers real implementation scenarios, demonstrating how to deploy and configure IP addressing and IP services for support of a wide range of IP routing protocols including BGP for ISP networks and basic and advanced IP Multicast functionality.

 

Table of Contents

  

 

 

  

 

 

IP Overview

  

 

 

IP Addressing and Services

  

1. -

 

Configuring IP Addressing

  

2. -

 

IP Addressing Commands

  

3. -

 

Configuring IP Services

  

4. -

 

IP Services Commands

  

 

 

IP Routing Protocols

  

5. -

 

Configuring On-Demand Routing

  

6. -

 

On-Demand Routing Commands

  

7. -

 

Configuring RIP

  

8. -

 

RIP Commands

  

9. -

 

Configuring IGRP

  

10. -

 

IGRP Commands

  

11. -

 

Configuring OSPF

  

12. -

 

OSPF Commands

  

13. -

 

Configuring IP Enhanced IGRP

  

14. -

 

IP Enhanced IGRP Commands

  

15. -

 

Configuring Integrated IS-IS

  

16. -

 

Integrated IS-IS Commands

  

17. -

 

Configuring BGP

  

18. -

 

BGP Commands

  

19. -

 

Configuring IP Routing Protocol-Independent Features

  

20. -

 

IP Routing Protocol-Independent Commands

  

21. -

 

Configuring IP Multicast Routing

  

22. -

 

IP Multicast Routing Commands

 

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