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Routers and Routing Basics CCNA 2 Companion Guide (Cisco Networking Academy)

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The completely revised and only authorized textbook for the Cisco Networking Academy Program CCNA 2 curriculum
  • A portable reference that supports the topics in the Cisco Networking Academy CCNA 2 curriculum aligning 1:1 with course modules
  • Features improved readability, enhanced topic explanations, real-world examples, and all-new graphical presentations
  • Written by leading CCNA author Wendell Odom and Academy instructor Rick McDonald, who bring a fresh voice to the course material
Routers and Routing Basics CCNA 2 Companion Guide is the official supplemental textbook for the CCNA 2 course of the Cisco Networking Academy Program. Completely revised from the previous edition with new examples and explanations, this textbook includes original material developed by the authors, yet it fully aligns with the CCNA 2 curriculum. Written by experienced authors who present material in a comprehensive manner--using their own voices and their own examples--this new edition augments student understanding of course material. The new edition incorporates improved features to aid instructors and enhance student comprehension. For example, chapters align with course modules in both name and number, and chapter objectives are stated as questions to encourage students to think about and find answers as they read chapters. End of- chapter questions and summaries align with chapter objectives to emphasize key topics, while key terms are listed in each chapter opener in the order of occurrence to alert students to upcoming vocabulary words. In addition, new features include "How To" quick references for step-by-step tasks; real-world examples and all-new illustrations; concise explanations with a focus on word usage and sentence structure for improved readability; and correlations to the CCNA exam in Chapter Objectives, Check Your Understanding questions, and new Challenge Activities.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781587131660
ISBN-10: 1587131668
Pagini: 512
Dimensiuni: 203 x 235 mm
Greutate: 1.1 kg
Ediția: 1
Editura: Pearson Education
Colecția Cisco Press
Locul publicării: Indianapolis, United States

Cuprins

Contents
Introduction  
Chapter 1  WANs and Routers  
Objectives
Key Terms 
Introduction to Routing Over WANs 
Connecting Routers to WAN Links  
Creating Inexpensive Leased Lines in a Lab   
Overview of Routing Over WANs  
Router Hardware and Software Components  
Router Components and Cabling  
Internal Router Components  
External Router Interfaces  
Router Management Ports  
Summary  
Check Your Understanding  
Challenge Questions and Activities  
 
Chapter 2  Introduction to Routers  
Objectives  
Key Terms  
Operating the Cisco IOS CLI   
The Cisco IOS CLI  
Router EXEC Modes  
Router Configuration Modes  
Cisco IOS Fundamentals  
Starting, Configuring, Accessing, and Using a Router  
Initial Booting of a Router  
Creating an Initial Configuration Using Setup Mode  
Accessing a Router  
Using a Router CLI  
Summary  
Check Your Understanding  
Challenge Questions and Activities  
 
Chapter 3  Configuring a Router  
Objectives  
Key Terms  
Configuring a Router for Basic Routing  
Reviewing the Configuration Modes  
Configuring Ethernet and Serial Interfaces   
Configuring Hostnames and Passwords  
Examining Operational Status Using show Commands  
Changing the Configuration  
Documenting the Router Configuration  
Configuring Interface Descriptions  
Configuring Login Banners  
Configuring Local Host Tables  
Backing Up the Configuration  
Summary  
Check Your Understanding  
Challenge Questions and Activities  
 
Chapter 4  Learning About Other Devices  
Objectives  
Key Terms  
Discovering Neighbors Using CDP  
CDP Protocol Operations  
Information Learned by CDP  
Configuring and Verifying CDP Operations  
Creating a Network Map Using CDP Information  
Additional CDP Verification and Troubleshooting Commands  
Getting Information and Troubleshooting Remote Devices  
Verifying Which Networking Layers Are Working  
Telnet Basics  
Advanced Telnet: Suspending and Switching Between Telnet Connections  
Cisco IOS ping and traceroute Commands  
Summary  
Check Your Understanding  
Challenge Questions and Activities  
 
Chapter 5  Managing Cisco IOS Software  
Objectives  
Key Terms  
Router Boot Sequence and Loading Cisco IOS Images  
Choosing the Cisco IOS Image During the Router Boot Sequence  
Troubleshooting and Verifying the Choice of Cisco IOS  
Managing Cisco Router IOS and Configuration Files  
Cisco IOS File System  
Cisco IOS Filenames  
Copying and Managing Cisco IOS Images  
Copying and Managing Cisco IOS Configuration Files  
Recovering from Lost Passwords  
Summary  
Check Your Understanding  
Challenge Questions and Activities  
 
Chapter 6  Routing and Routing Protocols  
Objectives  
Key Terms  
Introduction to Static and Connected IP Routes  
Learning Connected Routes  
Static Routes  
Dynamic Routing Overview  
Terminology Related to Routing Protocols  
Routing Protocol Functions  
Interior and Exterior Routing Protocols  
How Routing Protocols Work: Routing Protocol Algorithms  
Routing Protocols Overview  
A Brief Review of IP Routing  
Routing Protocol Features: RIP, OSPF, EIGRP, and BGP   
RIP Configuration  
Summary  
Check Your Understanding  
Challenge Questions and Activities  
 
Chapter 7  Distance Vector Routing Protocols  
Objectives  
Additional Topics of Interest  
Key Terms  
Avoiding Loops When Converging Using Distance Vector Routing Protocols  
Review of Distance Vector Operation in a Stable Network   
Route Poisoning  
Problem: Counting to Infinity  
Loop-Prevention Features  
Summarizing Loop Avoidance   
Routing Information Protocol  
Configuring RIP Versions 1 and 2  
Other RIP Configuration Options  
RIP Verification and Troubleshooting  
Choosing the Best Route Among the Possible Routes  
Integrating Static Routes with RIP  
Classful and Classless Routing Protocols, Routing, and Addressing  
Summary  
Check Your Understanding  
Challenge Questions and Activities  
 
Chapter 8  TCP/IP Suite Error and Control Messages  
Objectives  
Additional Topics of Interest  
Key Terms  
ICMP Echo Messages and the ping Command  
ICMP Unreachable: Notifying Hosts When the Packet Cannot Be Delivered  
A Review of IP Routing  
Type Codes for ICMP Unreachable Messages  
ICMP Unreachable Message Formats and Codes  
ICMP Unreachable Messages When a Router Cannot Fragment a Packet
ICMP TTL Exceeded and Long Routes  
Summary  
Check Your Understanding  
Challenge Questions and Activities  
 
Chapter 9  Basic Router Troubleshooting  
Objectives  
Key Terms  
Examining the Routing Table  
IP Routing (Forwarding)  
Filling the IP Routing Table with Routes  
Network Testing Methods and Tips   
Troubleshooting Methods  
Troubleshooting Tips  
Router and Routing Troubleshooting Tips  
Troubleshooting Using the show interfaces Command  
Troubleshooting Layer 1 Using the show controllers Command  
Troubleshooting Using the show cdp Command  
Troubleshooting Using the traceroute Command  
Troubleshooting Using the show ip route and show ip protocols Commands   
Troubleshooting Using the debug Command  
Summary  
Check Your Understanding  
Challenge Questions and Activities  
 
Chapter 10  Intermediate TCP/IP  
Objectives  
Key Terms  
TCP and UDP Operation  
Flow Control and Windowing  
Establishing and Terminating TCP Connections  
Denial-of-Service Attacks and SYN Floods  
TCP Error Recovery (Reliability)  
Segmentation, Reassembly, and In-Order Delivery  
Comparing TCP and UDP   
Operation of Transport Layer Ports  
Connecting to Servers: Well-Known Ports  
Comparing Well-Known, Dynamic, and Registered Ports  
Comparing MAC Addresses, IP Addresses, and Port Numbers  
Summary  
Check Your Understanding  
Challenge Questions and Activities  
 
Chapter 11  Access Control Lists  
Objectives  
Additional Topics of Interest  
Key Terms  
Access Control List Fundamentals  
ACL Concepts  
ACL Configuration Basics  
Configuration Considerations  
Matching a Range of IP Addresses Using a Wildcard Mask  
Verifying ACLs  
Access Control List Configuration  
Configuring Numbered Standard ACLs  
Configuring Numbered Extended ACLs  
Named IP ACLs  
Locating ACLs  
Summary  
Check Your Understanding  
Challenge Questions and Activities  
 
Appendix A  
Appendix B  
Glossary  
Index  

Notă biografică

Wendell Odom, CCIE No. 1624, is a senior instructor with Skyline ATS, where he teaches courses on QoS, CCNA, and CCIE lab preparation. He has worked in the networking arena for 20 years, with jobs in technical consulting, teaching, and course development. Wendell has written portions of more than 12 courses and numerous Cisco Press titles, including the best-selling CCNA Exam Certification Guides. He lives in Cincinnati.
 
Rick McDonald teaches computer and networking courses at the University of Alaska Southeast in Ketchikan, Alaska. He holds a B.A. degree in English and an M.A. degree in Educational Technology from Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA. After several years in the airline industry, he returned to full time teaching. Rick started in the Cisco Academy in North Carolina and taught CCNA and CCNP courses to students and was a CCNA Instructor Trainer. Previous Academy projects include authoring CCNP study guides and technical editing a previous edition of the CCNA 2 and 3 textbook. His current project is developing methods for delivering hands-on training via distance in Alaska using web conferencing and NETLAB(r) tools.
 
 

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Routers and Routing Basics
CCNA 2 Companion Guide
 
Wendell Odom   Rick McDonald
 
The only authorized Companion Guide for the Cisco Networking Academy Program
 
Routers and Routing Basics CCNA 2 Companion Guide is the official supplemental textbook for v3.1.1 of the CCNA® 2 course in the Cisco® Networking Academy® Program. The authors have completely rewritten the Companion Guide to provide a fresh, complementary perspective on the online course content. The book covers all the topics in the course and then goes on to provide additional examples and alternative approaches to individual topics, all to aid the learning process and lock in your understanding of basic networking concepts and technologies.
 
New and improved features help you study and succeed in this course:
  • Chapter objectives–Review core concepts by answering the questions at the beginning of each chapter.
  • Key terms–Refer to the updated lists of networking vocabulary introduced in each chapter and turn to the highlighted terms in context.
  • Glossary–Consult the all-new glossary with more than 400 terms.
  • Check Your Understanding questions and answer key–Evaluate your readiness with the updated end-of-chapter questions that match the style of questions you see in the online course assessments. The answer appendix explains each answer.
  • Challenge questions and activities–Challenge yourself with review questions and activities designed to be similar to the complex questions you might see on the CCNA exam. The answer appendix explains each answer.
 
Wendell Odom, CCIE® No. 1624, is a senior instructor with Skyline Advanced Technology Services, where he teaches QoS, CCIE®, and CCNA courses. Wendell has worked in the networking arena for more than 20 years and has authored several Cisco Press® books, including the best-selling CCNA Exam Certification Guides.
 
Rick McDonald teaches computer and networking courses at the University of Alaska Southeast in Ketchikan, Alaska. He is developing methods for delivering long distance, hands-on training in Alaska using Web conferencing and NETLAB® tools. Rick worked in the airline industry for several years before returning to full-time teaching. Rick taught CCNA and CCNP® courses in the Cisco Networking Academy in North Carolina and was a CCNA instructor trainer.
 
  • How To–Look for this icon to learn the steps necessary to perform certain tasks.
  • Packet Tracer Activities–Create simulated networks and visualize how packets flow in the network using Packet Tracer v3.2 developed by Cisco Systems®.
  • Lab References–Stop when you see this icon and perform the related labs from the online curriculum.
  • Brand new Comprehensive Labs and Challenge Labs–Look for this and study guide material in the supplementary book Routers and Routing Basics CCNA 2 Labs and Study Guide by Allan Johnson (ISBN: 1-58713-167-6).
 
Companion CD-ROM
This CD-ROM includes:
  • Additional Topics of Interest–Beneficial to becoming a well-rounded networker
  • Interactive Media Activities–More than 25 activities that visually demonstrate key topics
  • Packet Tracer v3.2–A Flash-based simulation and visualization learning tool
 
Student Resources on the Web
Cisco Press provides additional content that you can access by registering your book at ciscopress.com. Membership and registration are free and give you access to Packet Tracer configuration files, additional content from Cisco Press books, and exclusive deals on other resources from Cisco Press.
 
This book is part of the Cisco Networking Academy Program Series from Cisco Press®. The products in this series support and complement the Cisco Networking Academy Program online curriculum.