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CCIE Practical Studies - Volume II

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Table of Contents
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Index
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Examples
CCIE Practical Studies Volume II
By
KarlSolieCCIE No. 4599
,
LeahLynchCCIE No. 7220
Publisher
: Cisco Press
Pub Date
: November 07, 2003
ISBN
: 1-58705-072-2
Pages
: 1032 
Gain hands-on experience for the CCIE Lab Exam with volume two of the best-selling CCIEPractical Studies title from Cisco Press.Experience putting concepts into practice with lab scenarios that guide you in applying
what you know
Learn how to build a practice lab for your CCIE lab exam preparationTake five full-blown practice labs that mimic the actual lab exam environment
CCIE Practical Studies
, Volume II leads CCIE candidates through the process of preparing for theCCIE lab exam by presenting them with a series of challenging laboratory exercises. A perfectcompanion to the best-selling first edition, this book provides coverage of CCIE lab exam topicsnot covered in Volume I, like the Cisco Catalyst 3550, route maps, BGP, Multicast, and QoS.Combined with Volume I, the CCIE candidate will get comprehensive coverage of the routing andswitching portions of the Routing and Switching, Security, and Service Provider lab exams.The book begins with brief coverage of the core technologies required on the CCIE lab exam andincludes suggested references for further reading. Laboratory exercises covering each of the coretechnologies follow, providing detailed guides to applying the technologies in real networksettings. The final chapter of the book concludes with five hands-on lab exercises. Thesecomprehensive practice labs include all of the technologies and gradually increase in difficultylevel. They present readers with scenarios similar to what they will face on the actual lab exam.Study tips and test-taking techniques are included throughout the book.
 
•
Table of Contents
•
Index
•
Examples
CCIE Practical Studies Volume II
By
KarlSolieCCIE No. 4599
,
LeahLynchCCIE No. 7220
Publisher
: Cisco Press
Pub Date
: November 07, 2003
ISBN
: 1-58705-072-2
Pages
: 1032 
Gain hands-on experience for the CCIE Lab Exam with volume two of the best-selling CCIEPractical Studies title from Cisco Press.Experience putting concepts into practice with lab scenarios that guide you in applying
what you know
Learn how to build a practice lab for your CCIE lab exam preparationTake five full-blown practice labs that mimic the actual lab exam environment
CCIE Practical Studies
, Volume II leads CCIE candidates through the process of preparing for theCCIE lab exam by presenting them with a series of challenging laboratory exercises. A perfectcompanion to the best-selling first edition, this book provides coverage of CCIE lab exam topicsnot covered in Volume I, like the Cisco Catalyst 3550, route maps, BGP, Multicast, and QoS.Combined with Volume I, the CCIE candidate will get comprehensive coverage of the routing andswitching portions of the Routing and Switching, Security, and Service Provider lab exams.The book begins with brief coverage of the core technologies required on the CCIE lab exam andincludes suggested references for further reading. Laboratory exercises covering each of the coretechnologies follow, providing detailed guides to applying the technologies in real networksettings. The final chapter of the book concludes with five hands-on lab exercises. Thesecomprehensive practice labs include all of the technologies and gradually increase in difficultylevel. They present readers with scenarios similar to what they will face on the actual lab exam.Study tips and test-taking techniques are included throughout the book.
 
•
Table of Contents
•
Index
•
Examples
CCIE Practical Studies Volume II
By
KarlSolieCCIE No. 4599
,
LeahLynchCCIE No. 7220
Publisher
: Cisco Press
Pub Date
: November 07, 2003
ISBN
: 1-58705-072-2
Pages
: 1032 
Copyright
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About the Authors
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About the Contributing Author
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About the Technical Reviewers
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Acknowledgments
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Icons Used in This Book
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Command Syntax Conventions
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Foreword
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Introduction
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How This Book Is Organized
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Final Notes
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Inside Front Cover Diagrams
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PartI. Ethernet Switching
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Chapter1. Configuring Advanced Switching on the Cisco Catalyst 3550 Ethernet Switch
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Enter the Cisco Catalyst 3550 Intelligent Ethernet Switch
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Ethernet Switching Review
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IEEE 802.1d Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
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Catalyst 3550 Configuration Modes and Terminology
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Lab 1: Configuring EtherChannel, Layer 3 Switching, Routed Ports, and SVIs—Part I
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Lab 2: Configuring 802.1w RSTP and 802.1s MST, Layer 3 Switching, and VLAN Maps—Part I
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PartII. Controlling Network Propagation and Network Access
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Chapter2. Configuring Route Maps and Policy-Based Routing
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Route Map Overview
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Lab 3: Configuring Complex Route Maps and Using Tags—Part I
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Lab 3: Configuring Complex Route Maps and Using Tags—Part II
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Lab 4: Configuring Policy-Based Routing—Part I
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Lab 4: Configuring Policy-Based Routing—Part II
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PartIII. Multicast Routing
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Chapter3. Configuring Multicast Routing
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Multicast Basics
 
•
Table of Contents
•
Index
•
Examples
CCIE Practical Studies Volume II
By
KarlSolieCCIE No. 4599
,
LeahLynchCCIE No. 7220
Publisher
: Cisco Press
Pub Date
: November 07, 2003
ISBN
: 1-58705-072-2
Pages
: 1032 
Gain hands-on experience for the CCIE Lab Exam with volume two of the best-selling CCIEPractical Studies title from Cisco Press.Experience putting concepts into practice with lab scenarios that guide you in applying
what you know
Learn how to build a practice lab for your CCIE lab exam preparationTake five full-blown practice labs that mimic the actual lab exam environment
CCIE Practical Studies
, Volume II leads CCIE candidates through the process of preparing for theCCIE lab exam by presenting them with a series of challenging laboratory exercises. A perfectcompanion to the best-selling first edition, this book provides coverage of CCIE lab exam topicsnot covered in Volume I, like the Cisco Catalyst 3550, route maps, BGP, Multicast, and QoS.Combined with Volume I, the CCIE candidate will get comprehensive coverage of the routing andswitching portions of the Routing and Switching, Security, and Service Provider lab exams.The book begins with brief coverage of the core technologies required on the CCIE lab exam andincludes suggested references for further reading. Laboratory exercises covering each of the coretechnologies follow, providing detailed guides to applying the technologies in real networksettings. The final chapter of the book concludes with five hands-on lab exercises. Thesecomprehensive practice labs include all of the technologies and gradually increase in difficultylevel. They present readers with scenarios similar to what they will face on the actual lab exam.Study tips and test-taking techniques are included throughout the book.
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IP Multicast Addressing
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Multicast Distribution Trees
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Protocol Independent Multicasting
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Lab 5: Set Up Basic Multicasting
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Multicast Frame Relay
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Multicast TTL
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Multicast Boundary
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PIM Auto-RP
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Lab 6: Set Up Frame Relay Multicast Routing
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Multicast Joining
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Lab 7: Multicast Joining
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Controlling Multicast
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Lab 8: Advanced Multicast Delivery
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DVMRP Multicast Routing
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PIM Version 2
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Lab 9: PIM
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Monitoring and Testing
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CCIE Multicast Lab Scenario
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Further Reading
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PartIV. Performance Management and Quality of Service
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Chapter4. Router Performance Management
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Determining Router Performance
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ATM: The Other WAN Technology
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Switching Modes
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Compression
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Further Reading
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Chapter5. Integrated and Differentiated Services
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Integrated Services
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Practical Example: RSVP and VoIP
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Differentiated Services
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Practice Scenario
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Further Reading
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Chapter6. QoS — Rate Limiting and Queuing Traffic
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The Basics: FIFO Queuing
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Weighed Fair Queuing
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Priority Queuing
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Custom Queuing
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Enforcing Traffic Policy with QoS
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Traffic Shaping
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Classifying and Marking Traffic with CAR
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Prioritizing Real-Time Voice Traffic
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Class-Based Queuing Solutions
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Practice Scenarios
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Lab 13: Managing Internet Traffic with CBWFQ and NBAR
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Further Reading
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PartV. BGP Theory and Configuration
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Chapter7. BGP-4 Theory
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BGP Overview
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BGP Routing Tables
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Neighbor Relationships