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Workgroup Switch
LANs, MANs, & WANs
Examples of Data Networks
Don’t Confuse the Models
The Application Layer
The Internet Layer
The Network Access Layer
More on The Transport Layer
Flow Control
TCP Segment Format
UDP Segment Format
Well Known Port Numbers
Network and Host Addressing
Identifying Address Classes
Address Class Prefixes
Network and Host Division
Class A Addresses
Class B Addresses
Class C Addresses
Class D Addresses
Class E Addresses
IP Address Ranges
Network Address
Broadcast Address
Network/Broadcast Addresses at the Binary Level
Public IP Addresses
Private IP Addresses
Introduction to Subnetting
Cisco IOS
The Purpose of Cisco IOS
Router Command Line Interface
Setup Mode
Step in Router Initialization
Router User Interface Modes
Overview of Router Modes
Router Modes
User Mode Commands
Privileged Mode Commands
CLI Command Modes
Configuring a Router’s Name
Setting the Clock with Help
Message Of The Day (MOTD)
The copy run tftp Command
The copy tftp run Command
Anatomy of an IP Packet
Introducing Routing
Administrative Distance
Configuring Default Routes
Verifying Static Route Configuration
Trouble Shooting Static Route Configuration
Routing Protocols
Configuring RIP Example
Problem: Counting to Infinity
Solution: Define a Maximum
Solution: Split Horizon
Neighbor Table
Topology Table
Routing Table
EIGRP Data Structure
Configuring EIGRP
show ip eigrp neighbors
show ip eigrp interfaces
show ip eigrp topology
show ip eigrp topology [active | pending | successors]
show ip eigrp topology all-links
show ip eigrp traffic
What are ACLs?
Reasons to Create ACLs
Creating ACLs
The access-list command
ACL Example
Basic Rules for ACLs
Wildcard Mask Examples
The any and host Keywords
Verifying ACLs
Standard ACLs
Extended ACLs
Extended ACL Example
ip access-group
Full Duplex Transmitting
Why Segment LANs?
Collision Domains
Segmentation with Bridges
Segmentation with Routers
Segmentation with Switches
Basic Operations of a Switch
Switching Methods
Frame Transmission Modes
Benefits of Switching
How Switches and Bridges Learn Addresses
CAM Content Addressable Memory
Distribution Layer Switches
The Core Layer
Core Layer Switches
Switch LED Indicators
Using Bridging Loops for Redundancy
Logical Loop Free Topology Created with STP
VLAN Communication
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