Cisco Certification: Bridges, Routers, and Switches for CCIEs

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Computers - 840 pages
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Dont just cram for the exam. Develop a structured study plan for CCIE certification. You know attaining CCIE certification is tough. Only 20% of candidates pass it the first time. Improve your odds dramatically by applying the proven test preparation techniques described in this book. Bridges, Routers and Switches for CCIEs provides a systematic roadmap to guide candidates in expanding their internetworking knowledge base as well as refining internetwork issue spotting, troubleshooting and analysis skills. Youll learn key test-taking strategies as you review all major protocols. By categorizing and ordering internetworking topics, you will build a systematic study scheme. End-of chapter checklists help you advance as your knowledge base grows. The six levels covered in this book are: * Level I: Physical and Data Link Layer (Frame-Relay, ISDN, Catalyst 5000, ATM). * Level II: IP Addressing, IP IGP Routing and Route Redistribution (RIP, IGRP, EIGRP and OSPF). * Level III: IP Exterior Gateway Routing Protocols (BGP4). * Level IV: Non-IP Routing Protocols (IPX, AppleTalk, DECNET). * Level V: Non-IP Routing Protocols (Transparent Bridging, IRB, SRB, SRT and DLSw+). * Level VI: Managin

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About the author (1999)

Andrew Caslowis a CCIE who has been working with Cisco technologies for seven years. His company, ARS Ltd. in Alexandria, VA, is one of only nine U.S. companies certified by Cisco to do training for the CCIE exam.

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