ACRC: Advanced Cisco Router Configuration (CCNP Certification Courseware Series)

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Based on the Cisco Systems course taught in training centers worldwide, Advanced Cisco Router Configuration provides a thorough treatment of advanced network deployment issues and serves as an excellent supplement for the actual ACRC class. Through numerous examples and chapter-ending tests, Advanced Cisco Router Configuration takes you to the next level of applying effective configuration techniques for solid network implementation and management, and helps you take the next ...
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Overview

Based on the Cisco Systems course taught in training centers worldwide, Advanced Cisco Router Configuration provides a thorough treatment of advanced network deployment issues and serves as an excellent supplement for the actual ACRC class. Through numerous examples and chapter-ending tests, Advanced Cisco Router Configuration takes you to the next level of applying effective configuration techniques for solid network implementation and management, and helps you take the next step toward CCNP and CCDP Career Certifications.


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.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781578700745
  • Publisher: Cisco Press
  • Publication date: 11/13/1998
  • Series: CCNP Certification Courseware Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 704
  • Product dimensions: 7.71 (w) x 9.45 (h) x 1.82 (d)

Meet the Author


Cisco Systems, Inc. is the leading global supplier of internetworking solutions, including routers, LAN and ATM switches, dial-up access servers, and network management software. The core of this book is a collaboration of multiple authors and experts over time to develop the definitive course in advanced Cisco router configuration.

Laura Chappell is the Senior Protocol Analyst for The Network Analysis Institute, LLC. She is an established industry speaker, writer, and consultant who focuses on protocol-level communications to provide troubleshooting, design, and optimization information throughout the world. Laura has been providing Cisco SE/CSE training on IPX/SPX protocol implementation, troubleshooting, and analysis since 1992, and has written numerous books and articles on a variety of networking subjects.

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Chapter 11: Optimizing Routing Update Operation

This chapter discusses some of the more commonly used capabilities for controlling when and how routers receive and send routing updates. The capabilities covered include passive interfaces, default routes, static routes, route filtering, and redistributing routes between different routing protocols.

Understanding these capabilities and configurations enables you to design and configure the most efficient routing environment.

CONTROLLING ROUTING UPDATE TRAFFIC

Thus far, you have learned a variety of routing protocols and how they propagate routing information throughout an internetwork. There are times, however, when you do not want routing information propagated, as in the following examples:
  • When using an on-demand WAN link-You may want to minimize, or stop entirely, the exchange of routing update information across this type of link; otherwise, the link will remain up constantly.
  • When you want to prevent routing loops-Many companies have large enough networks where redundant paths are prominent. In some cases, for example, when a path is learned to the same destination by two different routing protocols, you may want to filter the propagation of one of the paths.

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:

  • Passive interface-Prevents all routing updates from being sent through an interface. For EIGRP and OSPF, this method includes hello protocol packets.
  • Default routes-Instructs the router that if it does not have a route for a given destination, to send the packet to the default route.
  • Static routes-A route to a destination that you configured in the router. In contrast, dynamic routes are those learned via routing protocol such as RIP or EIGRP.
  • Route update filtering-doUse access lists to filter route update traffic about specific networks.

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.

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Table of Contents

I. OVERVIEW OF SCALABLE INTERNETWORKS.

1. Overview of Scalable Internetworks.

II. INTRODUCTION TO MANAGING TRAFFIC AND ACCESS.

2. Introduction to Managing Traffic and Access.
3. Managing IP Traffic.
4. Managing Novell IPX/SPX Traffic.
5. Configuring Queuing to Manage Traffic.

III. CONFIGURING SCALABLE ROUTING PROTOCOLS.

6. Configuring Queuing to Manage Traffic.
7. Extending IP Addresses Using VLSMs.
8. Configuring OSPF in a Single Area.
9. Interconnecting Multiple OSPF Areas.
10. Configuring Enhanced IGRP.
11. Optimizing Routing Update Operation.
12. Connecting Enterprises to an Internet Service Provider.

IV. CONFIGURING DIALUP CONNECTIVITY.

13. WAN Connectivity Overview.
14. Configuring Dial-on Demand Routing.
15. Configuring Dial-on Demand Routing.

V. INTEGRATING NON-ROUTED SERVICES.

16. Bridging Overview.
17. Configuring Transparent Bridging and Integrated Routing and Bridging.
18. Configuring Source-Route Bridging.

VI. APPENDIXES.

Appendix A: Answer Key.
Appendix B: Managing AppleTalk Traffic.
Appendix C: Configuring NetWare Link Services Protocol.
Appendix D: ConfiguringT1/E1 and ISDN PRI Options.
Appendix E: Configuring SMDS.
Appendix F: Password Recovery.
Appendix G: Glossary.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2000

    Sufficient to Pass ACRC

    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.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2000

    I think it will get me through most of the ACRC

    The book looks pretty good so far, lets see how March 2 goes for me.

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