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Cisco Internetwork Design

 
Cisco Internetwork Design

Author: Matthew Birkner
Web Price: $60 US
Publisher: Cisco Press (53)
ISBN: 1578701716
Publication Date: 11/29/99
Pages: 696

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Cisco Internetwork Design is an in-depth and direct extension of the CID course taught in Cisco-approved training centers. The CID course is recommended training for CCDP certification candidates. This book serves as a supplement for those who have taken or will take the course, and as a course replacement for networking professionals who choose not to attend the course. It is a terrific study tool and reference for individuals desiring to become proficient in advanced network design. After completing this book, readers will be able to perform needs analysis to identify key technical, business, and administrative issues that drive a particular design. Finally, readers will learn to use Cisco hardware and software to develop a complete internetwork design solution. Case studies and exercises help reinforce the concepts covered.

 

Table of Contents

  

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

Introduction

  

 

 

Foreword

  

 

 

Introduction to Internetwork Design

  

1. -

 

Internetwork Design Overview

  

2. -

 

Hierarchical Design

  

 

 

Campus LAN Design

  

3. -

 

Campus LAN Overview

  

4. -

 

Campus LAN Technology

  

5. -

 

Campus LAN Design Models

  

 

 

TCP/IP Network Design

  

6. -

 

TCP/IP Design Overview

  

7. -

 

TCP/IP Addressing Design

  

8. -

 

Routing Protocol Design

  

9. -

 

OSPF Design

  

10. -

 

IGRP/EIGRP Design

  

 

 

Desktop Protocol Design

  

11. -

 

Desktop Design Overview

  

12. -

 

IPX Design

  

13. -

 

AppleTalk Design

  

14. -

 

Windows Networking Design

  

 

 

WAN Design

  

15. -

 

WAN Design Overview

  

16. -

 

Design Using Dedicated Lines

  

17. -

 

Frame Relay Design

  

18. -

 

X.25 Design

  

19. -

 

Remote Access Design

  

20. -

 

ATM Internetwork Design

  

 

 

SNA Design

  

21. -

 

SNA Design Overview

  

 

 

CID Course Summary and Case Studies

  

22. -

 

Internetworking Design Summary

  

23. -

 

Case Studies

  

 

 

Appendixes

  

A. -

 

Answers to Chapter Review Questions

  

B. -

 

Solutions to Case Studies

  

C. -

 

Design and Implementation Guide: Frame Relay

  

D. -

 

Design and Implementation Guide: Designing Networks with Windows Networking

  

E. -

 

Design and Implementation Guide: OSPF

 

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