Internetworking Basics Internetworking Models The Layered Approach Advantages of Reference Models The Application Layer The Presentation

Layer The Session Layer The OSI Reference Model The Transport Layer The Network Layer The Data Link Layer The Physical Layer


Half and Full Duplex Ethernet Ethernet Networking Ethernet and the Data Link Layer Ethernet and the Physical Layer Straight Through Cable Ethernet Cabling Crossover Cable Rollover Cable

Defining WAN Terms WAN Connection Types WAN Support Serial Transmission Data Termination Equipment Data Communication Equipment Fixed and Modular Interfaces High-Level Data-Link Control (HDLC) Protocol LCP Configuration PPP Session Establishment PPP Authentication Methods Configuring PPP on Cisco Routers Configuring PPP Authentication Verifying PPP Encapsulation Introduction to Frame Relay Technology Frame Relay Implementation and Monitoring ISDN Connections ISDN Components Basic Rate Interface Primary Rate Interface ISDN with Cisco Routers Configuring DDR Optional Commands DDR with Access Lists Verifying the ISDN Operation Integrated Services Digital Network Frame Relay Point to Point Protocol Cabling the Wide Area Network Introduction to Wide Area Networks Wireless Networking Data Encapsulation

The Core Layer The Cisco Three Layer Model The Distribution Layer The Access Layer The Process/Application Layer Protocols TCP/IP and the DoD Model The Host-to-Host Layer Protocols The Internet Layer Protocols Binary to Decimal and Hexadecimal Conversion IP Terminology IP Addressing The Hierarchical IP Addressing Scheme Private IP Addresses Broadcast Addresses Introduction to Network Address Translation IP Subnet-Zero Subnetting Basics How to Create Subnets Subnet Masks Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) Subnetting Class C Subnetting Addresses Subnetting Class B Subnetting Class A Variable Length Subnet Masks Summarization Introduction to Access Lists Wildcard Masking Controlling VTY Access Extended Access Lists Named Access Lists Monitoring Access Lists The Internal Components of a Cisco Router The Router Boot Sequence Understanding the Configuration Register Bits Checking the Current Configuration Register Value Changing the Configuration Register Recovering Passwords Verifying Flash Memory Backing Up the Cisco IOS Restoring or Upgrading the Cisco Router IOS Backing Up the Router Configuration Restoring the Router Configuration Erasing the Configuration Getting CDP Timers and Holdtime Information Gathering Neighbour Information Gathering Interface Traffic Information Gathering Port and Interface Information Telnetting into Multiple Devices Checking Telnet connections Checking Telnet Users Closing Telnet Sessions Building a Host Table Using DNS to resolve names Using Ping Using Traceroute Broadcast Control Security Flexibility and Scalability Static VLANs Dynamic VLANs Frame Tagging VLAN Identification Methods Inter-Switch Link (ISL) Protocol VTP Modes of Operation VTP Pruning Routing between VLANs Assigning Switch Ports to VLANs Configuring Trunk Ports Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing Troubleshooting VTP Configuring VTP Configuring VLANs Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP) Identifying VLANs VLAN Memberships VLAN Basics Routing Protocol Basics Checking Network Connectivity Resolving Hostnames Using Telnet Routing Basics the IP Routing Process Static Routing Configuring IP Routing Default Routing Dynamic Routing Administrative Distances Routing Protocols Distance Vector Routing Protocols RIP IGRP Link State and Hybrid Routing Protocols Routing Loops Maximum Hop Count Split Horizon Route Poisoning OSPF EIGRP Using Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) Backing Up and Restoring the Router Configuration Router Interfaces Backing Up and Restoring the Cisco IOS Router and Switch Administrative Functions Managing Configuration Registers Command-Line Interface Standard Access Lists Troubleshooting IP Addressing Determining IP Address Problems VLSM Design Implementing VLSM Networks

Internet Protocols WAN Protocols

IP Subnetting and VLSM
Dial on Demand Routing

Managing Traffic with Access Lists
The Cisco Router User Interface

Cisco Router IOS Connecting to a Router Bringing up a Router Setup Mode Logging into the Router Router Modes CLI Prompts Editing and Help Features Gathering Basic Routing Information

Introduction to IOS

Hostname Banners Setting Passwords Encrypting your Passwords Descriptions Bringing up and Interface Configuring an IP Address on an interface Serial Interface commands Viewing, Saving and Erasing Configs Verifying your Configuration


Managing a Cisco Internetwork

IP Routing

Holddown Timers RIP Timers Configuring RIP Routing

VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)

Routing Information Protocol (RIP)

Verifying the RIP Routing Tables Holding Down RIP Propagations RIP Version 2 (RIPv2) IGRP Timers Configuring IGRP Routing Verifying the IGRP Routing Tables Troubleshooting IGRP Using Both RIP and IGRP

The show protocols Command Before Layer 2 Switching Limitations of Layer 2 Switching Bridging vs. LAN Switching Three Switch Functions at Layer 2 Spanning Tree Terms Spanning Tree Operation Cut-Through Fragment Free Store and Forward Using EIGRP to support Large Networks LAN Switch Types Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Switching Services Verifying your Configurations The show ip protocols Command the debug ip rip Command The debug ip igrp Command Protocol Dependant Modules EIGRP Features and Operation Neighbor Discovery Reliable Transport Protocol (RTP) Diffusing Update Algorithm (DUAL) Multiple Autonomous Systems VLSM Support and Summarization Route Discovery and Maintenance Configuring EIGRP Configuring Discontiguous Networks Verifying EIGRP Open Shortest Past First (OSPF) Basics OSPF Terminology Configuring OSPF Areas The show ip ospf Command The show ip ospf database Command Verifying OSPF Configuration The show ip ospf interface Command The show ip ospf neighbor Command The show ip protocols Command OSPF and Loopback Interfaces Troubleshoot OSPF Configuring EIGRP and OSPF Summary Routes Configuring Loopback Interfaces Verifying Loopbacks and RIDs

Layer 2 Switching


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