Alcatel-Lucent Scalable IP Networks Self-Study Guide: Preparing for the Network Routing Specialist I (NRS 1) Certification Exam

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 31, 2009 - Computers - 696 pages
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By offering the new Service Routing Certification Program, Alcatel-Lucent is extending their reach and knowledge to networking professionals with a comprehensive demonstration of how to build smart, scalable networks. Serving as a “course in a book” from Alcatel-Lucent—the world leader in designing and developing scalable systems—this resource pinpoints the pitfalls to avoid when building scalable networks, examines the most successful techniques available for engineers who are building and operating IP networks, and provides overviews of the Internet, IP routing and the IP layer, and the practice of opening the shortest path first.

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Contents

Introduction To Networking
1
The AlcatelLucent 7750 SR and 7450 ESS Components and the CommandLine Interface
37
Data Link Overview
83
Switched Networks Spanning Tree and VLANs
131
IP Addressing
169
IP Forwarding and Services
237
Transport Layer ServicesTCP and UDP
279
Introduction to IP Routing
313
OSPF
355
BGP
393
MPLS and VPN Services
427
Chapter Assessment Questions and Answers
469
Lab Exercises and Solutions
525
Glossary
649
Index
675
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Kent Hundley (Alcatel-Lucent NRS I No. 1558) is a professional services IT consultant with more than 17 years of experience in the networking field. Kent has been a consultant for more than 12 years and has worked with numerous Fortune 100 enterprise clients and service provider customers in the areas of network architecture design, network operations, network management solutions, application analysis, and the design of security solutions. He is the author of several books on security and IPrelated technologies and currently works as a consultant for a leading provider of solutions for managing networks and applications.

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