Remote Access For Cisco Network / Edition 1

Remote Access For Cisco Network / Edition 1

by Bill Burton, William Burton
     
 

ISBN-10: 0071352007

ISBN-13: 9780071352000

Pub. Date: 08/01/1999

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The

Build your remote connectivity know-how The ability to connect remotely through a Cisco Network is changing the way networking professionals do their jobs. Remote Access for Cisco Networks,by Bill Burton,CCIE,is the first complete guide to using Cisco networks remotely,from hardware to the IOS. It's a practical hands-on tool with troubleshooting tips and techniques

Overview

Build your remote connectivity know-how The ability to connect remotely through a Cisco Network is changing the way networking professionals do their jobs. Remote Access for Cisco Networks,by Bill Burton,CCIE,is the first complete guide to using Cisco networks remotely,from hardware to the IOS. It's a practical hands-on tool with troubleshooting tips and techniques in every chapter.

It's invaluable,too,for mastering the skill required in the CCIE Lab Exam and CCNP exam. You get a full understanding of routing protocol interactions,distance vector,and advanced protocols. Plus. . . directions for configuring asynchronous modems with Cisco routers. . . establishing backup circuits for permanent connections. . . and optimizing traffic flow on WAN interfaces

*insight into security and remote connectivity with PPP (Point to Point Protocol)

The complete guide to designing,implementing,and monitoring remote access systems in Cisco® networks!

Remote connectivity is a central component in the Cisco internetworking operating system (IOS) and router hardware. This important capability is drastically changing the way network professionals do their jobs,and it's also an important part of the CCIE™ Certification Exam. If you need to get up and running with this technology,then this book is for you. It provides all the essential information for understanding and implementing remote connectivity—invaluable information that the Cisco documentation just doesn't cover.

Coverage includes: Remote connectivity with all the permanent access connections (frame relay,X. 25 connections,and back-up connections)

Bandwidth on demand Troubleshooting tipsand techniques throughout every chapter Cisco lab objectives for developing remote access skills to pass the CCIE exam and meet certification requirements All network administrators and anyone who needs to learn about remote connectivity to pass the CCIE exam will find this to be their one-stop source for mastering this explosive technology.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071352000
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
08/01/1999
Series:
McGraw-Hill Technical Expert Series
Pages:
516
Product dimensions:
1.04(w) x 7.50(h) x 9.25(d)

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Acknowledgments xvii
Asynchronous Terminal Services
1(40)
Introduction
2(1)
Asynchronous Communication
2(4)
Configuring Dial Access
6(8)
HyperTerminal Setup
14(5)
Modem Setup
19(20)
Automatic Configuration
20(5)
Chat Scripts
25(14)
Summary
39(1)
Questions and Answers
40(1)
Advanced Terminal Services
41(28)
Virtual Terminal Sessions
42(6)
Menus
48(5)
Autocommand Process
53(6)
Access-Class
59(4)
System Controllers
63(5)
Summary
68(1)
Point-to-Point Protocol
69(12)
Physical Layer
70(1)
Link Control Protocol (LCP)
71(4)
Authentication
75(2)
Network Control Protocol (NCP)
77(3)
IP Control Protocol (IPCP)
77(1)
Apple Talk Control Protocol (ATCP)
78(1)
IPX Control Protocol (IPXCP)
79(1)
Multilink PPP
80(1)
Summary
80(1)
IP Dial Access
81(38)
Windows 95/98 Dial-In Setup
82(7)
Programming the Cisco Router/Access Server
89(11)
PPP Multilink
100(17)
Troubleshooting Techniques
117(1)
Summary
117(2)
Dial-on-Demand Routing
119(34)
Routing
120(1)
Interesting Traffic
121(1)
Address Resolution
122(7)
Authentication
129(1)
Putting It All Together
129(22)
Troubleshooting Techniques
151(1)
Lab
151(1)
Summary
152(1)
Integrated Services Digital Network
153(66)
One-to-One Basic Connectivity Using Static Routes
156(15)
One-to Many Basic Connectivity Using Static Routes
171(17)
Basic BRI-to-PRI Connectivity
188(8)
Dialer Profiles
196(20)
Dialer Profile Sidebar
206(10)
Summary
216(1)
Questions and Answers
217(2)
DDR with IP Routing Protocols
219(52)
Route Redistribution for Multiple Dial-in Connections
220(12)
London
221(3)
NewYork
224(2)
Rome
226(3)
SOHO800
229(3)
Snapshot Routing for Distance Vector Protocols
232(14)
London
233(4)
NewYork
237(2)
Rome
239(4)
SOHO800
243(3)
OSPF Dial-in Connectivity
246(14)
London
246(3)
NewYork
249(4)
Rome
253(2)
Paris
255(5)
On-Demand Routing with EIGRP
260(9)
London
260(4)
NewYork
264(3)
SOHO800
267(2)
Summary
269(2)
The AS5200 High-end Access Server
271(20)
Basics
272(17)
SOHO700
273(5)
London
278(3)
NewYork
281(8)
Summary
289(2)
Fixed-facility WAN Services
291(42)
High-level Data Link Control (HDLC)
292(5)
NewYork
292(4)
London
296(1)
Channelized TI
297(4)
London
297(2)
NewYork
299(2)
X.25 Packet Services
301(8)
X25 Switch
302(3)
London
305(2)
NewYork
307(2)
Frame Relay Services
309(22)
Multipoint Frame Relay with Static Mapping
310(1)
Rome
311(2)
London
313(1)
Seoul
314(1)
NewYork
315(1)
Multipoint Frame Relay with Inverse ARP
316(1)
Rome
316(3)
London
319(1)
Seoul
320(1)
NewYork
321(1)
Point-to-Point Frame Relay Using Subinterfaces
322(1)
Rome
323(1)
London
324(3)
Seoul
327(1)
NewYork
328(3)
Summary
331(2)
Backing Up Fixed WAN Connections
333(16)
Backup Interface Command
334(1)
Floating Static Routes
334(1)
Dialer Watch
335(1)
Making it work
335(12)
London
335(6)
Tokyo
341(3)
NewYork
344(3)
LAB Challenge
347(1)
Summary
347(2)
Advanced Security with TACACS+ and RADIUS
349(34)
TACACS+
350(1)
Radius
350(1)
CiscoSecure ACS v2.1 for NT
351(5)
AAA Operating Commands
356(21)
Authentication
356(4)
Authorization
360(1)
Accounting
361(4)
London
365(2)
NewYork
367(10)
Exec-Level Testing
377(4)
Summary
381(2)
Protocol Translation
383(12)
X.25 Switch
385(1)
London
386(1)
NewYork
387(3)
Paris
390(4)
Summary
394(1)
Network Address Translation
395(16)
Summary
409(2)
Troubleshooting
411(14)
Physical Layer
412(1)
Asynchronous Connections
412(1)
ISDN BRI Connections
412(1)
Synchronous Connections
413(1)
Data-link Layer
413(2)
HDLC Connections
413(1)
PPP Connections
413(1)
ISDN BRI Connections
414(1)
ISDN PRI Connections
415(1)
X.25 Connections
415(1)
Frame Relay Connections
415(1)
Network Layer
415(1)
X.25 Connections
415(1)
ISDN Connections
416(1)
PPP Connections
416(1)
Dial-on-Demand Routing (DDR)
416(7)
Summary
423(2)
Appendix A EIA/TIA-232 Physical Specifications 425(2)
Appendix B AT Modem Commands 427(2)
Appendix C RFC List and Other Reference Material 429(4)
Appendix D ISDN SPID Guidelines 433(4)
Appendix E ISDN Q921 Debugging 437(12)
Appendix F The Frame Relay Switch Configuration 449(6)
Appendix G CiscoSecure Reports 455(4)
Appendix H 459(2)
Glossary 461(22)
Index 483

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