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Overview

Learn intermediate and advanced routing techniques with the only Cisco-authorized self-study book for CCNP routing foundation learning

  • Learn intermediate and advance routing techniques from the newest edition of the best-selling CCNP BSCI foundational learning book
  • Rely on learning from the only Cisco-authorized book publisher
  • Master your learning with tools like self-assessment review questions, configuration exercises, chapter objectives and summaries, key term definitions, job aids and command summaries

CCNP Self-Study: Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI) , Third Edition is a Cisco authorized, self-paced learning tool for CCNP preparation. This book teaches readers to design, configure, maintain, and scale routed networks that are growing in size and complexity. The book covers routing principles of both distance vector and link-state routing protocols; IP addressing techniques; the theory behind the IGP and EGP routing protocols; and configuration and troubleshooting information for each protocol. Upon completion readers will be able to select and implement the appropriate Cisco IOS Software services required to build scalable, routed networks.

The book provides early and comprehensive foundation learning for the CCNP BSCI exam. This revision to the popular second edition is updated to include complete coverage of all important routing topics, including advanced IP addressing, routing principles, manipulating routing updates, and EIGRP, OSPF, IS-IS, and BGP configuration. Chapters open with a list of objectives to focus the reader's study. Configuration exercises at the end of each chapter and a master lab exercise that ties all the topics together in the last chapter help illuminate theoretical concepts. Key terms are highlighted and defined, and each chapter concludes with a summary to help review key concepts.

What's new in the book? The book matches changes to the CCNP course and exam as per Cisco Systems.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781587052231
  • Publisher: Cisco Press
  • Publication date: 1/9/2007
  • Series: Self-Study Guide Series
  • Edition description: Revised Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 818
  • Product dimensions: 7.80 (w) x 9.37 (h) x 2.07 (d)

Meet the Author

Diane Teare is a professional in the networking, training, and e-learning fields. She has more than 20 years of experience in designing, implementing, and troubleshooting network hardware and software and has also been involved in teaching, course design, and project management. She has extensive knowledge of network design and routing technologies and is an instructor with one of the largest authorized Cisco Learning Partners. She was recently the director of e-learning for the same company, where she was responsible for planning and supporting all the company’s e-learning offerings in Canada, including Cisco courses. Diane was part of the team that developed the latest version of the BSCI course. She has a bachelor’s degree in applied science in electrical engineering (BASc) and a master’s degree in applied science in management science (MASc). She is a certified Cisco Systems instructor and currently holds her CCNP and CCDP certifications. She coauthored the Cisco Press titlesCampus Network Design Fundamentals and the first two editions of this book; and edited CCDA Self-Study: Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN) and Designing Cisco Networks.

Catherine Paquet has in-depth knowledge of security systems, remote access, and routing technology. She is a CCSP, a CCNP, and a CCSI with one of the largest Cisco Learning Partners. She started her internetworking career as a LAN manager, moved to MAN manager, and eventually became the nationwide WAN manager with a federal agency. Prior to starting Netrisec Inc., a network security consultancy, Catherine was the director of technical resources for a Cisco Learning Partner. Catherine currently works on network design and implementation projects and lectures on topics related to security frameworks, regulations, and return on security investments. In 2002 and 2003, she volunteered with the U.N. mission in Kabul, Afghanistan, to train Afghan public servants in the area of networking. Catherine has a master’s degree in business administration with a major in management information systems (MBA [MIS]). She coauthored the Cisco Press titles Campus Network Design Fundamentals, The Business Case for Network Security: Advocacy, Governance, and ROI, and the first two editions of this book, and edited Building Cisco Remote Access Networks.

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Authorized Self-Study Guide: Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI), Third Edition, is an excellent self-study resource for the CCNP BSCI exam. Whether you are studying to become CCNP certified or are just seeking to gain a better understanding of switching technology, implementation and operation, planning and design, and troubleshooting, you will benefit from the information presented in this book.

Cisco Press Self-Study Guide titles are designed to help educate, develop, and grow the community of Cisco networking professionals. As an early-stage exam-preparation product, this book presents a detailed and comprehensive introduction to the technologies used to build scalable routed networks. Developed in conjunction with the Cisco certifications team, Cisco Press books are the only self-study books authorized by Cisco Systems.

Most networking professionals use a variety of learning methods to gain necessary skills. Cisco Press Self-Study Guide titles are a prime source of content for some individuals and can also serve as an excellent supplement to other forms of learning. Training classes, whether delivered in a classroom or on the Internet, are a great way to quickly acquire new understanding. Hands-on practice is essential for anyone seeking to build, or hone, new skills. Authorized Cisco training classes, labs, and simulations are available exclusively from Cisco Learning Solutions Partners worldwide. Please visit http://www.cisco.com/go/training to learn more about Cisco Learning Solutions Partners.

I hope and expect that you will find this guide to be an essential part of your exam preparation and a valuable addition to yourpersonal library.

Don Field
Director, Certifications
Cisco System, Inc.
December 2006

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Table of Contents

Part I: Network Architecture and Design

Chapter 1: Network Architecture Framework and Design Models

Converged Networks

Cisco Intelligent Information Network

Cisco Service-Oriented Network Architecture Framework

Cisco Enterprise Architecture

Cisco Hierarchical Network Model

Cisco Enterprise Composite Network Model

Routing and Routing Protocols Within the Enterprise Composite Network Model

Summary

Review Questions

Part II: IP Routing Protocols

Chapter 2: Routing Principles

IP Routing Overview

Principles of Static Routing

Configuring a Static Route

Configuring a Static Default Route

Principles of Dynamic Routing

Principles of On-Demand Routing

Configuring ODR

Characteristics of Routing Protocols

Distance Vector, Link-State, and Hybrid Routing Protocols

Classful Routing Protocol Concepts

Classful Routing Protocol Behavior

Summarizing Routes in a Discontiguous Network

The ip classless Command

Classless Routing Protocol Concepts

RIPv2 and EIGRP Automatic Network-Boundary Summarization

RIP

Characteristics of RIPv

Characteristics of RIPv

RIP Configuration Commands

IP Routing Protocol Comparisons

Administrative Distance

Floating Static Routes

Criteria for Inserting Routes in the IP Routing Table

Comparing Routing Protocols

Summary

Configuration Exercise: Basic Configuration and Migrating to a Classless Routing Protocol

Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task 1: Setting Up the Edge Routers

Task 2: Setting Up the Internal Routers

Task 3: Exploring Classful Routing

Task 4: Exploring Classless Forwarding

Task 5: Optimizing Classless Routes for Scalability

Exercise Verification

Review Questions

Chapter 3: Configuring the Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol

EIGRP Overview

EIGRP Capabilities and Attributes

Underlying Processes and Technologies

EIGRP Terminology and Operation

EIGRP Terminology

Populating EIGRP Tables

EIGRP Packets

EIGRP Hello Packets

EIGRP Neighbors

Neighbor Table

EIGRP Reliability

Initial Route Discovery

Route Selection

EIGRP Metric Calculation

EIGRP Metric Calculation Example

Routing Table and EIGRP DUAL

Advertised Distance and Feasible Distance

Successor and Feasible Successor

DUAL Example

Configuring and Verifying EIGRP

Basic EIGRP Configuration

Basic EIGRP Configuration Example

EIGRP Configuration Example Using the Wildcard Mask

Configuring the ip default-network Command for EIGRP

Route Summarization

Configuring Manual Route Summarization

EIGRP Load Balancing

EIGRP and WAN Links

EIGRP Link Utilization

Examples of EIGRP on WANs

Configuring EIGRP Authentication

Router Authentication

EIGRP MD5 Authentication

Configuring MD5 Authentication

MD5 Authentication Configuration Example

Verifying MD5 Authentication

Troubleshooting MD5 Authentication

Using EIGRP in an Enterprise Network

EIGRP Scalability

EIGRP Route Summarization

EIGRP Queries and Stuck-in-Active

Preventing SIA Connections

EIGRP Query Range

Limiting the EIGRP Query Range

Limiting Query Range with Summarization

Limiting Query Range Using a Stub

Graceful Shutdown

Verifying EIGRP Operation

show ip route and show ip route eigrp for EIGRP Examples

show ip protocols Example

show ip eigrp interfaces Example

show ip eigrp topology Example

show ip eigrp traffic Example

debug eigrp packets Examples

debug ip eigrp Examples

Summary

References

Configuration Exercise: Configuring and Tuning EIGRP

Exercise Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task 1: Configuring Basic EIGRP

Task 2: Configuring EIGRP Summarization

Task 3: Configuring the EIGRP Stub

Task 4: Configuring an EIGRP Default Route

Exercise Verification

Review Questions

Chapter 4: Configuring the Open Shortest Path First Protocol

OSPF Protocol Overview

Link-State Routing Protocols

OSPF Area Structure

OSPF Areas

Area Terminology

OSPF Adjacencies

OSPF Metric Calculation

Link-State Data Structures

OSPF Packets

Establishing OSPF Neighbor Adjacencies: Hello

Exchange Process and OSPF Neighbor Adjacency States

Maintaining Routing Information

OSPF Link-State Sequence Numbers

Configuring Basic OSPF Routing

Single-Area OSPF Configuration Example

Multiarea OSPF Configuration Example

Verifying OSPF Operations

The show ip route ospf Command

The show ip ospf interface Command

The show ip ospf neighbor Command

The debug ip ospf events Command

OSPF Router ID

Loopback Interfaces

OSPF router-id Command

Verifying the OSPF Router ID

OSPF Network Types

Types of OSPF Networks

Adjacency Behavior for a Point-to-Point Link

Adjacency Behavior for a Broadcast Network

Electing a DR and BDR

Setting Priority for the DR Election

Adjacency Behavior for a Nonbroadcast Multiaccess Network

DR Election in an NBMA Topology

OSPF over Frame Relay Configuration Options

OSPF over NBMA Topology Modes of Operation

Selecting the OSPF Network Type for NBMA Networks

OSPF Broadcast Mode Configuration

OSPF Nonbroadcast Mode Configuration

OSPF Configuration in Point-to-Multipoint Mode

Cisco Point-to-Multipoint Nonbroadcast Mode

Using Subinterfaces in OSPF over Frame Relay Configuration

Point-to-Point Subinterfaces

Multipoint Subinterfaces

OSPF Mode Summary

Displaying OSPF Adjacency Activity

Summary

References

Configuration Exercise: Configuring and Examining OSPF in a Single Area

Exercise Objective

Visual Objective

Command List

Task 1: Cleaning Up

Task 2: Configuring Single-Area OSPF Within Your Pod

Task 3: Configuring a Stable OSPF Router ID

Task 4: Observing the OSPF Process

Task 5: Observing OSPF DR and BDR Elections

Exercise Verification

Review Questions

Chapter 5: Advanced Open Shortest Path First Protocol Configuration

Types of OSPF Routers and LSAs

Types of OSPF Routers

OSPF LSA Types

LSA Type 1: Router LSA

LSA Type 2: Network LSA

LSA Type 3: Summary LSA

LSA Type 4: Summary LSA

LSA Type 5: External LSA

Interpreting the OSPF LSDB and Routing Table

OSPF LSDB

OSPF Routing Table and Types of Routes

Calculating the Costs of E1 and E2 Routes

Configuring OSPF LSDB Overload Protection

Changing the Cost Metric

OSPF Route Summarization

Configuring OSPF Route Summarization on an ABR

Configuring OSPF Route Summarization on an ASBR

Route Summarization Configuration Example at an ABR

Route Summarization Configuration Example at an ASBR

Creating a Default Route in OSPF

The default-information originate Command

OSPF Special Area Types

Configuring Stub Areas

Configuring Totally Stubby Areas

Interpreting Routing Tables in Different Types of OSPF Areas

Configuring NSSAs

Verifying All Area Types

OSPF Virtual Links

Configuring OSPF Virtual Links

Verifying OSPF Virtual Link Operation

Configuring OSPF Authentication

Types of Authentication

Configuring Simple Password Authentication

Simple Password Authentication Example

Verifying Simple Password Authentication

Troubleshooting Simple Password Authentication

Successful Simple Password Authentication Example

Example: Troubleshooting Simple Password Authentication Problems

Configuring MD5 Authentication

MD5 Authentication Example

Verifying MD5 Authentication

Troubleshooting MD5 Authentication

Successful MD5 Authentication Example

Example: Troubleshooting MD5 Authentication Problems

Summary

References

Configuration Exercise 5-1: Configuring OSPF for Multiple Areas and Frame Relay Nonbroadcast

Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task: Using the Nonbroadcast Network Type over Frame Relay

Exercise Verification

Configuration Exercise 5-2: Configuring OSPF for Multiple Areas and Frame Relay Point to Multipoint and Point to Point

Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task 1: Cleaning Up

Task 2: Configuring OSPF over Frame Relay Using the Point-to-Multipoint OSPF Network Type

Task 3: Configuring OSPF over Frame Relay Using the Point-to-Point OSPF Network Type

Exercise Verification

Configuration Exercise 5-3: Tuning OSPF

Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task 1: Examining the OSPF Database

Task 2: Configure OSPF Route Summarization

Task 3: Configure an OSPF Stub Area

Exercise Verification

Review Questions

Chapter 6: Configuring the Integrated Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System Protocol

Introducing IS-IS and Integrated IS-IS Routing

IS-IS Routing

IS-IS Routing Levels

IS-IS Routers

Integrated IS-IS Routing

Integrated IS-IS Design Principles

Issues with Integrated IS-IS

The ES-IS Protocol

OSI Routing Levels

Level 0 (L0) Routing

IS-IS L1 Routing

IS-IS L2 Routing

Level 3 (L3) Routing

Comparing IS-IS to OSPF

IS-IS History

Similarities Between IS-IS and OSPF

Differences Between Integrated IS-IS and OSPF

IS-IS Routing Operation

NSAP Addresses

Integrated IS-IS NSAP Address Structure

IS-IS Area Addresses

IS-IS System ID

NET Addresses

IS-IS Router Operation

Intra-Area and Interarea Addressing and Routing

IS-IS Routing Examples

Route Leaking

OSI and IS-IS PDUs

OSI PDUs

IS-IS PDUs

IS-IS LSPs

Implementing IS-IS in Different Network Types

Implementing IS-IS in Nonbroadcast Multiaccess (NBMA) Networks

Implementing IS-IS in Broadcast Networks

LSPs and IIHs

Summary of Differences Between Broadcast and Point-to-Point Modes

Link-State Database Synchronization

LSP Flooding

LSDB Synchronization

LAN Adjacencies

WAN Adjacencies

Configuring Integrated IS-IS

Integrated IS-IS in a CLNS Environment

Building an OSI Routing Table

Building an IP Routing Table

Integrated IS-IS Configuration

Step 1: Define the Area and Addressing

Step 2: Enable IS-IS on the Router

Step 3: Configure the NET

Step 4: Enable Integrated IS-IS on Interfaces

Simple Integrated IS-IS Example

Optimizing IS-IS

Changing the IS-IS Router Level

Changing the IS-IS Interface Level

Changing the IS-IS Metric

Tuning IS-IS Example

Configuring IP Route Summarization in IS-IS

Verifying IS-IS Configuration and Structures

Verifying IS-IS Configuration

Verifying CLNS IS-IS Structures

Troubleshooting Commands: CLNS

Troubleshooting Commands: CLNS and IS-IS

OSI Intra-Area and Interarea Routing Example

Summary

Configuration Exercise: Configuring Integrated IS-IS in Multiple Areas

Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task 1: Cleaning Up and Preparing

Task 2: Configuring Integrated IS-IS in Multiple Areas

Exercise Verification

Review Questions

Chapter 7: Manipulating Routing Updates

Using Multiple IP Routing Protocols

Considerations When Migrating to Another Routing Protocol

Planning and Implementing a New IP Address Allocation

Configuring a Secondary IP Address

Migrating to a New Routing Protocol

Redistribution Overview

Redistribution Implementation Considerations

Selecting the Best Route

Administrative Distance

Seed Metrics

Default Seed Metrics

Redistribution Techniques

Configuring Redistribution

The redistribute Command for RIP

The redistribute Command for OSPF

The redistribute Command for EIGRP

The redistribute Command for IS-IS

The default-metric Command

The passive-interface Command

Route Redistribution Example

Controlling Routing Update Traffic

Static and Default Routes

Using Distribute Lists to Control Routing Updates

Distribute List Processing

Configuring Distribute Lists

IP Route Filtering with Distribution List Configuration Example

Controlling Redistribution with Distribute Lists

Using Route Maps to Control Routing Updates

Route Map Applications

Understanding Route Maps

Configuring Route Maps

Using Route Maps with Redistribution

Route Maps to Avoid Route Feedback

Using Administrative Distance to Influence the Route-Selection Process

Selecting Routes with Administrative Distance

Modifying Administrative Distance

An Example of Redistribution Using Administrative Distance

Verifying Redistribution Operation

Configuring DHCP

DHCP Overview

DHCP Operation

DHCP Bindings

Attribute Inheritance

DHCP Options and Suboptions

Configuring a DHCP Server

Preparing for DHCP Configuration

DHCP Server Configuration Tasks

DHCP Server Configuration Commands

DHCP Server Example

DHCP Server Options Import Example

Configuring a DHCP Relay Agent

IP Helper Addresses

DHCP Relay Agent Configuration Tasks

DHCP Relay Agent Configuration Commands

Configuring a DHCP Client

Verifying DHCP

Summary

Configuration Exercise 7-1: Configuring Basic Redistribution

Exercise Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task 1: Cleaning Up

Task 2: Setting Up the Routing Protocols

Task 3: Configuring Basic Redistribution

Task 4: Filtering Routing Updates

Exercise Verification

Configuration Exercise 7-2: Tuning Basic Redistribution

Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task 1: Tuning Basic Redistribution with Route Maps

Task 2: Filtering Routing Updates

Exercise Verification

Review Questions

Chapter 8: Configuring the Border Gateway Protocol

BGP Terminology, Concepts, and Operation

Autonomous Systems

BGP Use Between Autonomous Systems

Comparison with Other Scalable Routing Protocols

Using BGP in an Enterprise Network

BGP Multihoming Options

Multihoming with Default Routes from All Providers

Multihoming with Default Routes and Partial Table from All Providers

Multihoming with Full Routes from All Providers

BGP Path Vector Characteristics

When to Use BGP

When Not to Use BGP

BGP Characteristics

BGP Neighbor Relationships

External BGP Neighbors

Internal BGP Neighbors

IBGP on All Routers in a Transit Path

IBGP in a Transit AS

IBGP in a Nontransit AS

BGP Partial-Mesh and Full-Mesh Examples

TCP and Full Mesh

Routing Issues if BGP Not on in All Routers in a Transit Path

BGP Synchronization

BGP Tables

BGP Message Types

BGP Attributes

Well-Known Attributes

Optional Attributes

Defined BGP Attributes

The AS-Path Attribute

The Next-Hop Attribute

The Origin Attribute

The Local Preference Attribute

The Community Attribute

The MED Attribute

The Weight Attribute (Cisco Only)

The Route Selection Decision Process

Configuring BGP

Peer Groups

Entering BGP Configuration Mode

Defining BGP Neighbors and Activating BGP Sessions

Shutting Down a BGP Neighbor

Defining the Source IP Address

EBGP Multihop

Changing the Next-Hop Attribute

Defining the Networks That BGP Advertises

BGP Neighbor Authentication

Configuring BGP Synchronization

Resetting BGP Sessions

Hard Reset of BGP Sessions

Soft Reset of BGP Sessions Outbound

Soft Reset of BGP Sessions Inbound

BGP Configuration Examples

Basic BGP Example

Peer Group Example

IBGP and EBGP Example

Verifying and Troubleshooting BGP

show ip bgp Command Output Example

show ip bgp rib-failure Command Output Example

show ip bgp summary Command Output Example

debug ip bgp updates Command Output Example

Understanding and Troubleshooting BGP Neighbor States

Idle State Troubleshooting

Active State Troubleshooting

Established State

Basic BGP Path Manipulation Using Route Maps

BGP Path Manipulation

The Path-Selection Decision Process with a Multihomed Connection

Setting Local Preference

Changing Local Preference for All Routes

Local Preference Example

Changing Local Preference Using Route Maps

Setting the MED with Route Maps

Changing the MED for All Routes

Changing the MED Using Route Maps

Configuring Weight

Implementing BGP in an Enterprise Network

Summary

References

Configuration Exercise 8-1: Configuring Multihome BGP

Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task 1: Cleaning Up

Task 2: Configuring BGP

Exercise Verification

Configuration Exercise 8-2: Configuring Full-Mesh IBGP

Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task: Configuring Full-Mesh IBGP

Exercise Verification

Configuration Exercise 8-3: BGP Path Manipulation Using MED and Local Preference with Route Maps

Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task: Using MED and Local Preference with Route Maps for BGP Path Manipulation

Exercise Verification

Review Questions

Part III: IP Multicast

Chapter 9: Implementing IP Multicast

Introduction to Multicast

Multicast Versus Unicast

Multicast Applications

Advantages of Multicast

Disadvantages of Multicast

Multicast IP Addresses

Layer 2 Multicast Addresses

Learning About Multicast Sessions

IGMP and CGMP

IGMP Version 1 (IGMPv1)

IGMP Version 2 (IGMPv2)

IGMPv2: Joining a Group

IGMPv2: Leaving a Group

IGMP Version 3 (IGMPv3)

IGMPv3: Joining a Group

IGMPv3: Operation

Determining Which IGMP Version Is Running

Multicast with Layer 2 Switches

CGMP

IGMP Snooping

PIM Routing Protocol

PIM Terminology

Distribution Trees

Reverse Path Forwarding

PIM Modes

Multicast Distribution Trees

Source Distribution Trees

Shared Distribution Trees

Multicast Distribution Tree Notation

PIM-DM

PIM-SM

PIM Sparse-Dense Mode

IP Multicast Configuration and Verification

Configuring PIM-SM and PIM Sparse-Dense Mode

Configuring a Router to Be a Member of a Group or a Statically Connected Member

Verifying IP Multicast

Inspecting the IP Multicast Routing Table

PIM Interfaces and Neighbors

Checking RP Information

Verifying IGMP Groups

Verifying IGMP Snooping

Summary

References

Configuration Exercise: Configuring Multicast Routing

Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task 1: Cleaning Up

Task 2: Enable IP Multicast Routing

Task 3: Configure PIM Sparse-Dense Mode on All Interfaces

Exercise Verification

Review Questions

Part IV: IP Version 6

Chapter 10: Implementing IPv6

Introducing IPv6

Features of IPv6

IPv6 Address Space

The Need for Larger Address Space

IPv6 Addressing

IPv6 Packet Header

Extension Headers

MTU Discovery

IPv6 Address Representation

IPv6 Address Types

Interface Identifiers in IPv6 Addresses

IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses

IPv6 Link-Local Unicast Addresses

IPv6 Anycast Addresses

IPv6 Multicast Addresses

Stateless Autoconfiguration

IPv6 Mobility

IPv6 Configuration and Using OSPF and Other Routing Protocols for IPv9

IPv6 Routing Protocols

Static Routing

RIPng

OSPFv1

IS-IS for IPv1

EIGRP for IPv2

MP-BGP2

OSPFv3 Compared to OSPFv2

Similarities Between OSPFv2 and OSPFv3

Differences Between OSPFv2 and OSPFv3

OSPF LSA Types for IPv5

IPv6 Configuration

OSPFv3 Configuration

Verifying IPv6 and OSPFv0

clear ipv6 ospf Command

show ipv6 route Command

show ipv6 interface Command

show ipv6 ospf interface Command

show ipv6 ospf Command

show ipv6 ospf neighbor Command

show ipv6 ospf database Command

Transitioning IPv4 to IPv6

Dual Stack

Tunneling

Manually Configured Tunnels

Other Tunneling Mechanisms

6-to-4 Tunneling

Translation Mechanisms

Summary

References

Configuration Exercise 10-1: Configuring IPv6 Addresses and OSPF for IPv6 Routing

Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task 1: Cleaning Up

Task 2: Configuring IPv6

Task 3: Enable IPv6 OSPF

Exercise Verification

Configuration Exercise 10-2: Configuring an IPv6 Tunnel

Objectives

Visual Objective

Command List

Task: Configuring the Tunnel Interface

Exercise Verification

Review Questions

Part V: Appendixes

Acronyms and Abbreviations

Appendix A: Answers to Review Questions

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

Appendix B: Configuration Exercise Equipment Requirements and Backbone Configurations

Configuration Exercise Equipment Requirements

TFTP Server Setup

Multicast Traffic Generator

Configuration Exercise Setup Diagram

Configuration Exercise Equipment Wiring

Backbone Router Configurations

BBR1 Configuration

BBR2 Configuration

Frame_Switch Configuration

Index

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2008

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    This book was published some time ago, but there have been no errata released for it. As I progressed in my studies, I realized many errors in the text proven by researching on Cisco's web site. In addition, the practice exam on the included CD has some blatent errors, but no software updates have been released for this either. As for subject matter, this book hits most of the important points needed for the exam and does suffice as one of multiple study aids. The book does not include hardly any information on RIP 'nor does the exam objectives listed on Cisco's web site', but the exam certainly does. Some familiarity with RIP configuration is required for the exam. Also, this text devoted one page to alternative IPv6 to IPv4 methods, but given my exam experience, this is insufficient. Also lacking is a substantative discussion of EIGRP stub routers. Just being aware of the four settings without their meaning is insufficient for the exam. Unlike the BCMSN stufy guide from Cisco Press, this book cannot suffice as the primary study source for the BCSI exam. And given the absence of interest by Cisco Press in providing updates to the text and software, this may indicate a negative trend by Cisco Press for its CCNP and CCNA study materials, declining their value as self-study aids.

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