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A Practical Introduction to Cisco IOS 12.0 Configuration
Cisco Router Configuration, Second Edition helps novice Cisco users with the basic administration of their internetworking devices. Using straightforward case studies and practical examples, this book teaches IOS software fundamentals for configuring, operating, and maintaining internetworking devices.
Cisco Router Configuration, Second Edition provides an overview of Cisco IOS software. It describes basic information on Cisco devices and device interfaces (Ethernet, Token Ring, FDDI, Frame Relay, ATM). The basics of IP, IPX, and AppleTalk are explained, and the book shows how to use Cisco IOS software to configure addresses, routes, and routing protocols within these three protocols. Additionally, the book provides an elaborate example of an entire network setup with complete Cisco IOS configurations. All information in this second edition contains IOS 12.0 syntax.
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The stated goal of Cisco Router Configuration: A Practical Introduction to Cisco IOS Configuration is to make Cisco Internetworking Operating System (IOS) easy for the uninitiated. Believe it or not, authors Allan Leinwand, Bruce Pinsky, and Mark Culpepper actually succeed. And with good reason, as the three wrote this book as employees of an international Internet service provider, Digital Island--itself an all-Cisco shop, from its routers to its switchers and its load-balancing devices--and former employees of Cisco Systems.
Though this book starts out with the usual descriptions of the OSI model and types of devices, things quickly get more interesting as the fictional ZIP Corporation and its globetrotting network are introduced. (ZIP's network serves as the baseline for discussion and illustration.)
In a testament to their knowledge and skills, Leinwand and company are incredibly thorough in their explanations, yet resist the temptation to overwhelm with too much detail. For example, the chapter on configuration takes you each step of the way, even going so far as to explain how to power up your devices. The rest of the discussion stays on course, though, telling you only what you need to know to get your routers, switches, or what have you up and running. In addition, configuring TCP/IP, AppleTalk, and Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) are covered, as are management and administrative topics --Sarah L. Roberts-WittAbout the Author:
Allan Leinwand is Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Engineering at Telegis Networks, Inc. Previously, as Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Engineering at Digital Island, Inc., he was responsible for the technical direction of the company's global network and content distribution strategy. Before Digital Island, he was a Consulting Engineering Manager at Cisco Systems, Inc., responsible for global network design of customer networks. He teaches graduate computer networking courses for the University of California, Berkeley, has published many papers on network management and network design, and is the co-author of the Addison-Wesley book Network Management: A Practical Perspective, Second Edition.Bruce Pinsky, CCIE #1045, is Vice President of Network Engineering and Design at Telegis Networks, Inc. Previously, as Chief Information Officer, Vice President of Solutions Engineering, and Chief Network Strategist of Digital Island, Inc., he was responsible for the direction and deployment of corporate technology infrastructure and advanced technology research. Prior to Digital Island, he was Senior Internetwork Support Technologist at Cisco Systems, Inc., responsible for the escalation of complex customer technical issues. One of the original Cisco Certified Internetwork Experts, his expertise ranges from network troubleshooting and protocol analysis to network design and configuration to workstation and server-based operating systems.
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