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CCDA and CCDP Flash Cards: Content Networking
By Anthony Sequeira, Kevin Wallace
Mar 19, 2004
CCDP Self-Study: Designing High-Availability Services
By Amir Ranjbar, Keith Hutton
Mar 18, 2005
Cisco IOS high-availability technologies provide network redundancy and fault tolerance. Reliable network devices, redundant hardware components with automatic failover, and protocols like Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) are used to maximize network uptime. This chapter will help you get a handle on high-availability technologies.
Cisco’s Network Architectures for the Enterprise: Functional Areas and Modules
By Sean Wilkins
Jun 30, 2011
This article reviews the different functional areas and modules that were developed for Cisco's Network Architectures for the Enterprise.
Cisco's PPDIOO Network Cycle
By Sean Wilkins
Apr 5, 2011
This article gives an overview of the PPDIOO lifecycle, what happens at each stage, and what potential deliverables would be expected at each stage.
Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures (ARCH): Developing an Optimum Design for Layer 3 (CCDP)
By John Tiso
Dec 8, 2011
This chapter examines a select number of topics on both advance IP addressing and design issues with Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF).
Introduction to Top-Down Design Approach
By Sean Wilkins
Mar 14, 2011
Sean Wilkins examines the many factors that go into an effective top-down network design approach.
Network Architectures for the Enterprise
By Sean Wilkins
Jun 13, 2011
This article gives you an overview of the three network architectures developed by Cisco to help design networks flexible enough to deal with modern-day network requirements.
Senior-level Certification: IT Architect Credentials Can Open Career Doors
By Ed Tittel, Mary Kyle
Feb 23, 2011
Ed Tittel takes a look at the value of IT Architect credentials for senior IT professionals who still seek opportunities to grow and advance.