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Table Of Contents

LAN Switching Basics
10 Gigabit Ethernet
Long Range Ethernet
A Quick Cable Review
What's A "Geebic"?
MAC Table
Destination MAC –Part 1
Destination MAC –Part 2
Cisco Filename – Part 1
Cisco Filename – Part 2
Virtual LANs (VLANs)
Reasons for VLANs –Part 1
Reasons for VLANs –Part 2
Reasons for VLANs –Part 3
Static VLAN
Speed and Duplex Settings
Trunk –Part 1
Trunk –Part 2
ISL –Part 1
ISL –Part 2
Dot1q –Part 1
Dot1q –Part 2
Native VLAN
Dynamic Trunking Protocol
Trunk mode
Naming VLANs
VLAN database mode
Snowflakes – Part 1
Snowflakes – Part 2
End-to-End and Local VLANs – Part 1
End-to-End and Local VLANs – Part 2
Local VLANs
VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)
VTP
Major Feature of VTP
Server mode
VTP Versions
Switches
Configuration revision –Part 1
Configuration revision –Part 2
Potential issue
Revision number
Cisco Theory
VTP Advertisements
Subset Advertisements
VTP Pruning
Enabling pruning
Consistency check
VTP password
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
Unknown unicast frames
The Role Of BPDUs
Configuration BPDUs
Root port
The root bridge
The Path Cost
Process of choosing a Root Port
Changing A Port's Path Cost
STP port state – Part 1
STP port state – Part 2
Timers –Part 1
Timers –Part 2
Example 1
Example 2
Example 3
Example 4
Default aging time
The BID priority
Advanced STP Features
Portfast
Uplinkfast
Details regarding Uplinkfast
Immediate action
Where To Apply Uplinkfast
Backbonefast
Root Link Query
RLQ Request
BackboneFast into action
Root Guard
BPDU Guard
PortFast BPDU Filtering
Normal mode
Loop Guard
BPDU Skew Detection
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
Transition States
Port types unique to RSTP
Detecting Link Failures
MaxAge timer
BPDU format
PVST
Multiple Spanning Tree
Configuration of MST
MST configurations
IST
Enabling MST – Part 1
Enabling MST – Part 2
Etherchannels
Logical Bundling
Logical Link
Negotiating An Etherchannel
Remote Port Group
PAgP
PAgP and LACP
Initiating EC
Troubleshooting EtherChannels
Error Message
EC Error
Changing Port Attribute
Securing the Switches
AAA
Authorization
Accounting
Port Security
Little “gotcha”
Port Security Feature
EAPOL, STP and CDP
Force-authorized
SPAN
Command
RSPAN Configuration - Part 2
Source port notes:
Destination port notes:
ESPAN
Access lists
Possible Side Effect –Part 1
Possible Side Effect –Part 2
Private VLANs
Example
DHCP Snooping – Part 1
DHCP Snooping – Part 2
Dynamic ARP Inspection
The rogue host
Trusted and untrusted ports
IP Source Guard
MAC Address Flooding
Double Tagging
VLAN Hopping
Switch Spoofing
Multilayer Switching
What Is Multilayer Switching?
ASICs
Route Caching
Cisco Express Forwarding
DEF-Enabled Devices
FIB
Enabling DEF
L3 Switching
Switching Options
Configuring traffic
Step One
L2 Mode
Important Details
Fallback Bridging
Commands
Redundancy – Part 1
Redundancy – Part 2
IRDP
HSRP –Part 1
HSRP –Part 2
IP Address and Virtual Router
HSRP Speakers
Priority
Local State Change
Load Balancing with HSRP
Some other HSRP notes
HSRP States
Multiple HSRP Groups
HSRP Interface Tracking
Default Priority
Priority/decrement value Problem
Example –Part 1
Example –Part 2
Debug Example – Part 1
Debug Example – Part 2
VRRP –Part 1
VRRP –Part 2
HSRP and VRRP
Key to GLBP
Active Virtual Gateway
GLBP’s load balancing
Command examples
Server Load Balancing
Hosts communication
Creating Server Farm
Controlling connections
IP Telephony & Cisco IP Phones
Voice over IP
Four Choices
Dot1p Option
Three Main Enemies
QoS
DiffServ
DiffServ Model
Code of Service – Part 1
Code of Service – Part 2
POE-capable switches –Part 1
POE-capable switches –Part 2
Wireless Networking
WLAN
AP vs. WAP
Active and Passive scanning
A Giant LEAP Forward
Wi-Fi Alliance
WPA and WPA2
IBSS
802.11g and 802.11n
Infrared Data Association (IrDA)
Antenna Types – Part 1
Antenna Types – Part 2
CSMA/CA
DCF-speak
WLAN Controller
Aironet System Tray Utility
EAP Authentication
Network Design and Models
The Core Layer
Core Switches – Part 1
Core Switches – Part 2
Redundancy
The Distribution Layer
The Access Layer -Part 1
The Access Layer -Part 2
Switch blocks
Core blocks
Few Factors
Model Parts
Dual Core
Server Farm Block
Bonus Video: Queueing
First In, First Out
WFQ
First Reaction to WFQ
CBWFQ
Available Bandwidth
Reservable bandwidth
Tail Drop
Dropped packets
TCP Global Synchronization
RED and WRED
Before LLQ Configuration
Priority Queueing
Predefined queues –Part 1
Predefined queues –Part 2
Custom Queueing
Network Control Traffic
Round-Robin System
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