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Virtual LANs and VLAN Trunking
By Wendell Odom, Denise Donohue, Rus Healy
Dec 25, 2009
This chapter covers some of the most fundamental and important LAN topics with coverage of VLANs and VLAN trunking in preparation for the CCIE Routing and Switching Exam.
Multiprotocol Label Switching
By Wendell Odom, Rus Healy, Naren Mehta
Jun 25, 2008
This chapter introduces the core concepts with MPLS, particularly its use for unicast IP forwarding and for MPLS VPNs.
CCIE Self-Study: Security Protocols
By Henry Benjamin
Oct 28, 2005
This chapter covers some of today's most widely used technologies that enable network administrators to ensure that sensitive data is secure from unauthorized sources. Standards such as IP Security (IPSec) and encryption standards are covered, as are all the fundamental foundation topics you need to understand to master the topics covered in the CCIE Security written exam.
CCIE Routing and Switching Flash Cards: General Networking Theory
By Anthony Sequeira, Kevin Wallace
Feb 25, 2005
This chapter ensures you are prepared for questions in the Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) written exam that deal with general networking theories. General networking theories include Open System Interconnection (OSI) models, routing concepts, networking standards, and protocol mechanics.
CCIE Routing and Switching Practice Lab
By Martin J. Duggan, Maurilio P. Gorito
Aug 20, 2004
This practice lab from Martin Duggan and Maurilio Gorito will help you prepare for the CCIE, with a focus on Routing Information Protocol (RIP V2).
Cisco Asks, Can Security Skills Be Certified?
By Yusuf Bhaiji
Jul 23, 2004
Yusuf Hussain Bhaiji explores the value of certification in IT Security given its rapidly changing nature and offers suggestions on choosing the right certification program.
CCIE Security Practice Labs
By Yusuf Bhaiji, Fahim Hussain
Mar 26, 2004
This is the first multi-protocol and multi-technology CCIE practice lab of seven in the book "CCIE Security Practice Labs (CCIE Self-Study)," testing you in areas such as Routing, Switching, Security, and VPN.
CCIE Practical Studies: Configuring Route-Maps and Policy-based Routing
By Karl Solie, Leah Lynch
Nov 26, 2003
Route maps are like duct tape for the network—they can be applied to numerous situations to address many issues. At times, they may not be the most "pretty solutions," but they will be very effective. Karl Solie and Leah Lynch show you how to configure and use route maps.
Basic Cisco IOS Software and Catalyst 3550 Series Security
By Dmitry Bokotey, Andrew Mason, Raymond Morrow
Jul 25, 2003
Become comfortable with basic Cisco IOS Software and Catalyst 3550 security features with an introduction to password management, disabling unnecessary services, setting up secure HTTP and NTP services, and SSH.
Troubleshooting Your CCIE Lab
By Henry Benjamin
May 23, 2003
Henry Benjamin, Triple CCIE and former CCIE Proctor, shares some of the tools he used to pass CCIE lab examinations.
Understanding Protocol Analysis
By Ed Tittel
Mar 1, 2003
Let author and columnist Ed Tittel explain the whys and wherefores of seeking certification in protocol analysis. From network security to advanced troubleshooting, nothing beats this kind of networking credential.
CCIE Routing and Switching Exam Certification Guide
By Anthony Bruno
Aug 16, 2002
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Introduction to Cisco Network Design
By Cisco Systems, Inc.
Feb 8, 2002
This sample chapter from Cisco Press provides an overview of the technologies available today to design networks.
Network Address Translation
By Jeff Doyle, Jennifer Carroll
Feb 8, 2002
Network address translation (NAT) is a function by which IP addresses within a packet are replaced with different IP addresses. This sample chapter from Cisco Press focuses on NAT within routers.
Applying the Principles of Network Design
By J. Kronik, Alvaro Retana, Don Slice
Feb 1, 2002
To illustrate three basics of highly scalable networks, this Cisco Press sample chapter "reforms" a network that is experiencing stability problems to make it stable and scalable.
Configuring the Catalyst
By Kennedy Clark, Kevin Hamilton
Feb 1, 2002
This sample chapter from Cisco Press compares differences between the router CLI and the Catalyst 4000/5000/6000 family, describes the command line interface and provides an overview of the menu driven configuration for the other Catalysts.
Dynamic Routing Protocols
By Jeff Doyle
Nov 16, 2001
This sample chapter from CCIE: Routing TCP/IP Volume I shows how routers can discover how to correctly switch packets to their respective destinations automatically and share that information with other routers via dynamic routing protocols.

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