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Cisco Switched Internetworks / Edition 1
     

Cisco Switched Internetworks / Edition 1

by Chris Lewis, Lewis
 

ISBN-10: 0071346465

ISBN-13: 9780071346467

Pub. Date: 06/27/1999

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The

New from the best-selling author of McGraw-HIll's Cisco TCP/IP Professional Reference, a detailed, real-world view of how to actually use, understand, and implement the Cisco Catalyst switch family of hardware and software.

Overview

New from the best-selling author of McGraw-HIll's Cisco TCP/IP Professional Reference, a detailed, real-world view of how to actually use, understand, and implement the Cisco Catalyst switch family of hardware and software.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071346467
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
06/27/1999
Series:
McGraw-Hill Technical Expert Series
Pages:
420
Product dimensions:
0.86(w) x 7.50(h) x 9.25(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix(2)
Intrduction xi
Chapter 1 Switching Technology Primer
1(34)
Objectives
2(1)
Network Devices
2(8)
Switching Concepts
10(10)
The Briefest of Introductions to ATM
20(13)
Summary
33(2)
Chapter 2 Switched VLANs
35(44)
Objectives
36(1)
VLAN Environments
36(10)
VLAN Trunking
46(6)
FDDI VLANs
52(5)
Spanning Tree Optimization
57(6)
Fast EtherChannel
63(4)
Gigabit Ethernet
67(3)
CGMP and Multicasts
70(7)
Summary
77(2)
Chapter 3 ATM Operation and WAN Switching
79(48)
Objectives
80(1)
Introduction to UNI Signaling
80(8)
ATM Routing and NNI Signaling
88(15)
ATM and IP Integration
103(5)
LANE
108(6)
MPOA
114(2)
A Word on RFC 1483
116(1)
Tag Switching
117(8)
Summary
125(2)
Chapter 4 Configuring Workgroup Switches
127(88)
Introduction
128(1)
Connecting a 2900XL Series Switch into Your Network
128(8)
2916XL Hardware Features
136(1)
Upgrading the IOS
137(2)
Modifying the Configuration
139(14)
VLAN Assignment and Inter VLAN Communication
153(8)
Using the SPAN Port for LAN Analysis
161(1)
Saving and Retrieving Configurations
162(2)
Typical Base Configuration
164(3)
Password Recovery
167(2)
Workgroup Voice over IP
169(42)
Summary
211(4)
Chapter 5 Implementing Large-Scale Switched LANs
215(84)
Introduction
216(1)
Catalyst 5000 and 5500 Hardware
216(10)
Catalyst 5K Initial Configuration
226(19)
Ethernet Module Configuration
245(25)
Route Switch Module Support for VLANs
270(5)
Catalyst 5K Token Ring Implementation
275(9)
Catalyst 5K FDDI
284(4)
ATM Operation on Catalyst 5K Switches
288(8)
Summary
296(3)
Chapter 6 Implementing ATM Switching
299(60)
Introduction
300(1)
Overview of ATM Processors for Cisco Routers
300(3)
Basic ATM Processor Configuration
303(7)
Configuring Classic IP Over ATM on ATM Router Interfaces (RFC 1577)
310(6)
Overview of Configuring PPP Services on ATM Router Interfaces
316(2)
Introduction to the LS1010
318(1)
Basic LS1010 Configuration
318(12)
IISP and PNNI for the LS1010
330(5)
Configuring LANE on the LS1010
335(5)
Overview of LANE 2.0 and MPOA for the LS1010
340(5)
LS1010 Applications
345(10)
Summary
355(4)
Chapter 7 Implementing Switched Networks
359(40)
Introduction
360(1)
Network Implementation Goals
361(15)
Common Switched Network Design
376(10)
Two Alternatives in Putting the Three Layers Together
386(2)
Redesigning the Routed to a Switched Network
388(2)
Redesigning Acme's Routed Network
390(6)
Summary
396(3)
Index 399

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