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Cisco Router Configuration

Cisco Router Configuration

Author: Bruce Pinsky; Allan Leinwand; Mark Culpepper
Web Price: $40 US
Publisher: Cisco Press (53)
ISBN: 1578700221
Publication Date: 4/8/98
Pages: 448

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Basic Router Configuration will provide sample scenarios for novices using the Cisco IOS for configuration, operation, and maintenance of internetworking devices. This book will focus on the three most popular networking protocols used today: TCP/IP, IPX, and AppleTalk. Also, covers the commonly used IOS commands and the most popular options, making clear the use of the IOS for a variety of users and internetworking configuration. This will be accomplished through the use of copious examples, illustrations, and Cisco IOS configuration output. An entire sample internetwork will be built throughout the text to help illustrate the concepts being described.


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Trademark Acknowledgments




About the Authors










1. -


Getting Started in Internetworking


2. -


The Basics of Device Configuration


3. -


The Basics of Device Interfaces


4. -


TCP/IP Basics


5. -


AppleTalk Basics


6. -


IPX Basics


7. -


Basic Administrative and Management Issues


8. -


Comprehensive IOS Configuration for the ZIP Network


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