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Based on the "Advanced Cisco Router Configuration" (ACRC) course, the text covers routing protocols, configurations, access methods and security. Targeted toward Cisco certification candidates, Cisco engineers and network administrators, this text examines dial-up connectivity configuration, scalable routing protocol configuration and network traffic.
Understanding these capabilities and configurations enables you to design and configure the most efficient routing environment.
When you want to preserve bandwidth-Available bandwidth becomestraffic a precious resource as networks grow. You can ensure maximum bandwidth availability for data traffic by reducing unnecessary routing update traffic
This section discusses the following ways you can control or prevent routing update exchange and propagation:
In order to make these capabilities effective, you must know your network traffic patterns and know what the intended goal is when applying the capabilities. If you do not know the problem you want to resolve when using these capabilities, you will not know how to verify that they are being effective.
I. OVERVIEW OF SCALABLE INTERNETWORKS.
II. INTRODUCTION TO MANAGING TRAFFIC AND ACCESS.
III. CONFIGURING SCALABLE ROUTING PROTOCOLS.
IV. CONFIGURING DIALUP CONNECTIVITY.
V. INTEGRATING NON-ROUTED SERVICES.
Posted April 25, 2000
This book is better than Exam Cram or Sybex for the ACRC. After passing the ACRC and looking at all 3 of these books, I can say with complete confidence that Chappell's book is vastly superior to the others if your goal is to pass the test. I also used Test Prep Software from www.boson.com. To learn the commands, I got out a sheet of paper and wrote them by hand over and over again til I knew them well. The boson tests then gave me practice typing in the answers. If you can read Chappell's book and know it inside and out, you will easily pass the ACRC.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 4, 2000