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If you want to pass your CCNA the first time -- and truly be effective as a
Cisco network professional -- you can't treat IOS as an afterthought or
necessary evil. You need to dive in, get comfortable, really master Cisco's
command line interface. That's where this book comes in. This is no mere command
reference: Todd Lammle organizes it by task, not command -- helping you quickly
get answers and solve problems. Moreover, he's written it with the CCNA in mind:
These are techniques you'll need to ace your certification exam.
Lammle takes you from the basics (booting a router, entering setup and router
configuration modes, configuring hostnames and passwords) all the way to
sophisticated IP routing, VLANs, and security. Using hundreds of commands and
output examples, he helps you work with EIGRP and OSPF; configure Layer-2
switching and STP; set up static and dynamic NAT; and securely configure Cisco
wireless technologies. There's even a full chapter on IPv6, which is on the CCNA
exam even if it's not in your network yet.
If you're still looking for alternatives to the command line, Lammle thoroughly
introduces Security Device Manager (SDM), Cisco's free web-based tool for device
management and troubleshooting. Whether you're a command-line maven or not,
you'll find something useful in SDM -- probably, quite a lot.
Lammle, of course, is singularly well-qualified to write a book like this. His
CCNA prep guides have been translated into 12 languages; his company trains
thousands of Cisco certification candidates every year. Lammle and his
colleagues know more about CCNA certification than anyone -- and few people know
more about IOS, either.
Table Of Contents
Chapter 1 Basic IOS Commands 1
Chapter 2 Managing a Cisco Internetwork 21
Chapter 3 IP Routing 57
Chapter 4 Enhanced IGRP (EIGRP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) 75
Chapter 5 Layer-2 Switching and Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP) 101
Chapter 6 Virtual LANs (VLANs) 121
Chapter 7 Security 137
Chapter 8 Network Address Translation (NAT) 161
Chapter 9 Cisco╞s Wireless Technologies 175
Chapter 10 Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) 199
Chapter 11 Wide Area Networks (WANs) 219
Chapter 12 Cisco╞s Security Device Manager (SDM) 249
* ISBN: 0470175605
* ISBN-13: 9780470175606
* Format: Paperback, 292pp
* Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
* Pub. Date: December 2007