ISBN-10:
0766854485
ISBN-13:
9780766854482
Pub. Date:
07/01/2002
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Cisco CCNA Self Study Guide: Routing and Switching Exam 640-607 / Edition 1

Cisco CCNA Self Study Guide: Routing and Switching Exam 640-607 / Edition 1

by Anthony V. Chiarella

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Overview

Prepare for - and pass - Cisco CCNA exam 640-607! New from Delmar, this compact test prep manual provides readers with a direct path to mastery of 100% of the networking technologies and product-specific information needed to successfully complete the Cisco routing and switching exam. Cisco CCNA Study Guide begins by introducing and explaining the Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) model. Subsequent chapters enable readers to build quickly and efficiently upon this foundation as they hone in on topics covered on the exam, including: IP addressing and TCP/IP protocols, Cisco router configuration and management, high-level data link control (HDLC) and integrated services digital networks (ISDN), Ethernet LAN design and switching, and more! Concise summaries, plus test questions patterned after those on the actual 640-607 exam, are included at the end of every chapter to reinforce key points and pinpoint topics that require further review and study. Clearly written and illustrated with easy-to-understand diagrams, this fast-paced manual is a must" for today's busy networking professionals who want to refresh their knowledge, update their skills, and guarantee their readiness to obtain this world-recognized Cisco CCNA certification. Students participating in Cisco- or school-sponsored network administration education programs will also find this extraordinarily complete study guide to be an invaluable supplement and lasting reference.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780766854482
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Publication date: 07/01/2002
Edition description: Older Edition
Pages: 300
Product dimensions: 7.24(w) x 9.38(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Anthony V. Chiarella teaches at community colleges located in the upstate New York region. He holds a Master of Arts degree and a Bachelor of Science degree, which were both received from the State University of New York, Empire State College located in Saratoga Springs, NY. Anthony Chiarella operates as an independent networking consultant for his own business and for Distributed Applications Technology (DAT), which specializes in remote application technologies. He holds many professional level certifications, including CCNA, MCSE (Win NT & Win 2k), CNE, CCA, A+, N+, and CTT+. Anthony is a member of CompTIA and the local chapter of Skills USA.

Table of Contents

1). The Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) model Introduction Objectives 1.1 Why We Use a Layered Model Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) Model Cisco's Hierarchical Layered Model 1.2 Encapsulation and de-encapsulation Encapsulation De-encapsulation Peer Layer Communication 1.3 Physical Layer Wiring Standards Physical Topologies 1.4 Data Link Layer Logical Link Control Media Access Control Logical Topologies Logical Bus Topology Logical Ring Topology Preamble and Cyclic Redundancy Check Preamble Cyclic Redundancy Check IEEE Standards and ANSI IEEE Standards ANSI 1.5 Network Layer Types of Network Layer Packets Data Packet Discovery Packet Routing Table Network Address 1.6 Transport Layer Connection-oriented and connection-less communication Connection-oriented Connection-less 1.7 The Upper Layers Session Layer Presentation Layer Application Layer 1.8 Network Components and a Layered Model Hardware (Connectivity Devices) Physical Layer Data-link Layer Network Layer Software (Protocols) 1.9 Chapter Summary 1.10 Knowledge Test Questions Answers 2). Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Protocol Suite Introduction Objectives 2.1 A Brief History of TCP/IP 2.2 The TCP/IP Model and The OSI Model Network Interface Layer Internet Layer Internet Protocol (IP) Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (RARP) Transport Layer Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) User Datagram Protocol (UDP) Ports and Sockets Application Layer 2.3 IP Addressing Binary to Decimal Conversions IP Address Classes Networks and Hosts 2.4 IP Subnetting 2.5 Chapter Summary 2.6 Knowledge Test 3). Configuring and Managing a Cisco Router Introduction Objectives 3.1 Components of a Cisco Router Interfaces Storage RAM NVRAM ROM Flash RAM 3.2 Booting Up a Router Boot Sequence Power-On Self Test (POST) Load And Run The Bootstrap Code Find And Load The IOS Software Find And Load The Configuration File 3.3 Command Line Interface Modes of Configuration Setup Mode User Mode Privileged Mode RXBOOT Mode Global Configuration Mode Additional Configuration Mode CLI Utilities Context-Sensitive Help Command History Buffer Enhanced Editing Commands Console Error Messages CLI Commands Available The Show Command The Copy Command The Password Command The Banner Command Addition Commands 3.4 Configuring Router Interfaces Identifying an Interface Disabling and Enabling an Interface Configuration Commands The Show Interface Command 3.5 Cisco Discovery Protocol Configuring CDP Additional CDP Commands 3.6 Telnet Connecting via Telnet Viewing Telnet Sessions Closing a Telnet Session 3.7 Chapter Summary 3.8 Knowledge Test Questions Answers 4). IP Routing Introduction Objectives 4.1 An Overview of Routing Routing vs. Routed Protocols Routing Protocols Routing Algorithms Metrics Administrative Distance Convergence Distance Vector Routing Algorithm Link-State Routing Algorithm Hybrid Routing Algorithm 4.2 Configuring Routes Route Configuration Static Routing Default Routing Dynamic Routing 4.3 Configuring Routing Protocols Routing Information Protocol (RIP) CLI Configuration Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP) CLI Configuration 4.4 Chapter Summary 4.5 Knowledge Test Questions Answers 5). Internetwork Packet Exchange/Sequence Packet Exchange (IPX/SPX) Introduction Objectives 5.1 An Overview of the IPX/SPX The Protocol Suite Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) Sequenced Packet Exchange (SPX) Netware Core Protocols Routing Information Protocol (RIP) Service Advertising Protocol (SAP) IPX Addressing Encapsulation 5.2 Routing IPX in an Internetwork CLI Configuration Multiple Frame Types Secondary Networks Sub-Interfaces 5.3 Troubleshooting and Monitoring an IPX Internetwork CLI Configuration 5.4 Chapter Summary 5.5 Knowledge Test Questions Answers 6). Access Lists Introduction Objectives 6.1 An Overview of Access Lists 6.2 IP Access Lists IP Standard Access Lists CLI Configuration Wildcard Masks Filtering VTY Access IP Extended Access Lists 6.3 IPX Access Lists IPX Standard Access Lists CLI Configuration IPX Extended Access Lists CLI Configuration IPX SAP Filters CLI Configuration 6.4 Monitoring Access Lists Access List Verification 6.5 Chapter Summary 6.6 Knowledge Test Questions Answers 7). Routing in a Wide Area Network (WAN) Objectives Introduction 7.1 Wide Area Networking WAN Terminology WAN Connection Types 7.2 High-level Data Link Control (HDLC) Encapsulation HDLC Features HDLC Configuration 7.3 Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) Encapsulation PPP Features Authentication PPP Configuration Configuring Authentication 7.4 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) ISDN Features ISDN Hardware Components Reference Points ISDN Protocols ISDN Channels Basic Rate Interface (BRI) Primary Rate Interface (PRI) ISDN Configuration CLI Configuration Dial-On-Demand Routing (DDR) DDR Connection DDR Configuration CLI Configuration Optional DDR CLI commands Verifying ISDN 7.5 Frame Relay Frame Relay Features Virtual Circuits Data-link Connection Identifier (DLCI) Local Management Interface (LMI) Frame Relay Configuration CLI Configuration Inverse Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Subinterfaces Point-To-Point Multipoint 7.6 Chapter Summary 7.7 Knowledge Test Questions Answers 8). Layer 2 switching in a Local Area Network (LAN) Objectives Introduction 8.1 Designing an Ethernet LAN Ethernet Standards Physical Layer Data-Link Layer Half-Duplex vs. Full-Duplex 8.2 Switching Technologies Three Purposes Of A Switch Learning MAC Addresses Forwarding And Filtering Decisions Avoiding Loops Spanning-Tree Protocol Switching Methods Store-And-Forward Switching Cut-Through Switching Fragment-Free Switching 8.3 Switch Configuration Configuration Methods General Configuration IP Configuration Configuring Duplex Modes Managing MAC Tables Port Security 8.4 Virtual LANs (VLAN) VLAN Terminology Inter-Switch Link VLAN Trunking Protocol VTP Pruning VLAN Configuration Default Settings Adding VLANs Trunking Port Assignment 8.4 Chapter Summary 8.5 Knowledge Test APPENDIX A. Abbreviated Commands Glossary Index

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