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End-to-End DSL Architectures
     

End-to-End DSL Architectures

by Wayne Vermillion, Cisco Systems, Inc. Staff
 
Cisco authorized self-study book for building end-to-end DSL architectures
  • Complete guide to all DSL varieties
  • Working handbook of configurations for all Cisco Systems devices
  • Covers new standards and deregulation issues, including the recommended G.shdsl standard.
  • International regulatory and infrastructure detail coverage provides a

Overview

Cisco authorized self-study book for building end-to-end DSL architectures

  • Complete guide to all DSL varieties
  • Working handbook of configurations for all Cisco Systems devices
  • Covers new standards and deregulation issues, including the recommended G.shdsl standard.
  • International regulatory and infrastructure detail coverage provides a more global approach.

Cisco Self-Study: Building Cisco DSL Networks (DSLN) provides a detailed review of the history, current application, and future of xDSL, including a review of the challenges these architectures present, as well as the obstacles to proper implementation in real network settings. After presenting six architectures possible on Cisco equipment, this book goes into four more commonly used architectures across enterprise and service provider networks, with coverage of MPLS, which enables DSL in an enterprise environment.

This title goes on to offer an overview of Cisco DSL equipment, including Cisco-certified, third party Customer Premise Equipment (CPE). Specifications and configurations are given for all Cisco Systems equipment, providing Cisco IOS, Cisco EMF (Element Manager Framework) and the pertinent plug-in applications, such as Cisco DSL Manager (CDM) for DSLAMs. Real-world experiences in both initial deployments and migration experiences to standardized varieties of xDSL are also offered.

This book can serve as an excellent self-study accompaniment to the DSL course from Cisco Systems (which was developed by the author of this book) or a self-study guide for DSL training. Because this book covers all six DSL architectures, it is a useful reference for those preparing forthe CCIE Communications and Services exam.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781587050879
Publisher:
Cisco Press
Publication date:
04/02/2003
Series:
Networking Technology Series
Pages:
432
Product dimensions:
9.10(w) x 7.40(h) x 1.30(d)

Meet the Author

Wayne Vermillion is principal consultant and instructor at Knowledge Engineer, an innovative, international consultancy in new technology knowledge transfer. While working with Cisco Systems as an educational specialist from 1999-2001, Wayne was the senior DSL course developer and instructor for the Cisco internal and external DSL training. Additionally, he was the original developer of the material used in the Cisco course, Building Cisco DSL Networks. In his tenure at Cisco, Wayne designed, developed, and presented numerous customized DSL courses to service providers in the U.S. and around the world.

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