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IP Multicast Volume I

IP Multicast  Volume I Author Josh Loveless
ISBN-10 9780134399584
Release 2016-09-30
Pages 384
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IP Multicast Volume I: Cisco IP Multicast Networking Design, deploy, and operate modern Cisco IP multicast networks IP Multicast, Volume I thoroughly covers basic IP multicast principles and routing techniques for building and operating enterprise and service provider networks to support applications ranging from videoconferencing to data replication. After briefly reviewing data communication in IP networks, the authors thoroughly explain network access, Layer 2 and Layer 3 multicast, and protocol independent multicast (PIM). Building on these essentials, they introduce multicast scoping, explain IPv6 multicast, and offer practical guidance for IP multicast design, operation, and troubleshooting. Key concepts and techniques are illuminated through real-world network examples and detailed diagrams. Reflecting extensive experience working with Cisco customers, the authors offer pragmatic discussions of common features, design approaches, deployment models, and field practices. You’ll find everything from specific commands to start-to-finish methodologies: all you need to deliver and optimize any IP multicast solution. IP Multicast, Volume I is a valuable resource for network engineers, architects, operations technicians, consultants, security professionals, and collaboration specialists. Network managers and administrators will find the implementation case study and feature explanations especially useful. · Review IP multicasting applications and what makes multicast unique · Understand IP multicast at the access layer, from layered encapsulation to switching multicast frames · Work with Layer 2 switching domains, IPv4 group addresses, and MAC address maps · Utilize Layer 3 multicast hosts and understand each PIM mode · Implement basic forwarding trees and rendezvous points · Compare multicast forwarding modes: ASM, SSM, and PIM Bidir · Plan and properly scope basic multicast networks · Choose your best approach to forwarding replication · Apply best practices for security and resiliency · Understand unique IPv6 deployment issues · Efficiently administer and troubleshoot your IP multicast network This book is part of the Networking Technology Series from Cisco Press®, which offers networking professionals valuable information for constructing efficient networks, understanding new technologies, and building successful careers. Category: Networking Covers: IP Multicast



Developing IP Multicast Netwoks

Developing IP Multicast Netwoks Author
ISBN-10 1578700779
Release 2000
Pages 568
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Developing IP Multicast Netwoks has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Developing IP Multicast Netwoks also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Developing IP Multicast Netwoks book for free.



IP Multicast Volume II

IP Multicast  Volume II Author Josh Loveless
ISBN-10 9780133784930
Release 2018-03-30
Pages 368
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Design, operate, and troubleshoot advanced Cisco IP multicast in enterprise, data center, and service provider networks IP Multicast, Volume II thoroughly covers advanced IP multicast designs and protocols specific to Cisco routers and switches. It offers a pragmatic discussion of common features, deployment models, and field practices for advanced Cisco IP multicast networks, culminating with commands and methodologies for implementation and advanced troubleshooting. After fully discussing inter-domain routing and Internet multicast, the authors thoroughly explain multicast scalability, transport diversification, and multicast MPLS VPNs. They share in-depth insights into multicast for the data center, a full chapter of best-practice design solutions, and a start-to-finish troubleshooting methodology designed for complex environments. Reflecting the authors’ extensive experience with service provider and enterprise networks, IP Multicast, Volume II will be indispensable to IP multicast engineers, architects, operations technicians, consultants, security professionals, and collaboration specialists. Network managers and administrators will find its case studies and feature explanations especially valuable. Understand the fundamental requirements for inter-domain multicast Design control planes for identifying source and receiver, as well as the downstream control plane Support multicast transport where cloud service providers don’t support native multicast Use multicast VPNs to logically separate traffic on the same physical infrastructure Explore the unique nuances of multicast in the data center Implement Virtual Port Channel (vPC), Virtual Extensible LAN (VXLAN), and Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) Design multicast solutions for specific industries or applications Walk through examples of best-practice multicast deployments Master an advanced methodology for troubleshooting large IP multicast networks



Interdomain Multicast Routing

Interdomain Multicast Routing Author Brian M. Edwards
ISBN-10 0201746123
Release 2002
Pages 356
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Increasing numbers of ISPs have begun implementing multicast infrastructure. Soon the Internet will provide multicast connectivity between any two points on the Internet the way it provides for unicast traffic today. Long-evolving protocols are reaching maturity, and enterprise networks and ISPs around the world are ramping up their multicast infrastructure. Now, more than ever, network engineers must be ready to deal with new applications that capitalize on the simultaneous, efficient delivery of data and imagery to multiple recipients. "Interdomain Multicast Routing" is the key to unlocking the complexities of this growing technology. Starting with a summary of the technology and its relevant protocols, this book shows readers the big picture before revealing a detailed analysis of important protocols and the way they work with one another. Throughout, the authors focus on both Cisco Systems and Juniper Networks technology--the two leading vendors of routers and routing technology. Real-life examples are used to clearly illustrate key concepts. Specific topics covered in " Interdomain Multicast Routing " include: Background and in-depth analyses of multicast routing using PIM-SM and MSDPComparison of Any-Source and Source-Specific multicast delivery modelsExplanation of how MBGP and M-ISIS can be used side by side to build a dedicated multicast environmentA detailed breakdown of the differences between IGMP versions 1, 2, and 3A step-by-step guide to understanding the MSDP RPF-peer selection rulesLists of packet formats for IGMP, PIM, and MSDPA complete glossary that clarifies important terms and acronyms and provides their definitions Practical and thorough in coverage, "Interdomain Multicast Routing" is an important addition to any network engineer's bookshelf. 0201746123B04022002



Interdomain Multicast Solutions Guide

Interdomain Multicast Solutions Guide Author Brian Adams
ISBN-10 1587050838
Release 2002
Pages 304
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The complete interdomain multicast deployment guide.



IP Multicast

IP Multicast Author Josh Loveless
ISBN-10 158714493X
Release 2018-03-21
Pages 368
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IP multicast is central to today's enterprise and service provider networks. However, the set of technologies and practices surrounding IP multicast has evolved and matured: older books on the topic are severely out of date. IP Multicast Architectures offers comprehensive guidance for deploying modern IP multicast systems of all kinds: basic and advanced, enterprise and service provider. Focused on Cisco devices and technologies,IP Multicast Architectures addresses common features, deployment models, and field best practices. Each section offers immersive real-world explanations of multicast theory, and present multiple case studies showcasing best-practice multicast design methodologies. Each case study is carefully crafted to offer pragmatic "first-hand" guidance for building the right network for each environment and set of applications. Coverage includes Layer 2 and Layer 3 multicast; routing, forwarding, domains, inter-domain routing, wireless multicast forwarding, Inter-AS, mVPN, mVRF, cloud mVPN transport, and much more. Throughout, the authors' configurations, designs, features, and parameters reflect all that's been learned since IP multicast first became widespread.



Deploying Next Generation Multicast enabled Applications

Deploying Next Generation Multicast enabled Applications Author Vinod Joseph
ISBN-10 9780123849236
Release 2011
Pages 545
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"Provides detailed information on existing Multicast and MVPN standards, referred to as Next-Generation Multicast based standards, Multicast Applications, and case studies with detailed configurations"--Provided by publisher.



IS IS Network Design Solutions

IS IS Network Design Solutions Author Abe Martey
ISBN-10 1578702208
Release 2002
Pages 392
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The only comprehensive IS-IS reference tool on the market! Only comprehensive reference available on IS-IS. Detailed design and configuration scenarios. FAQs and labs to assist in studying for the CCIE exams. IS-IS Network Design Solutions provides the only comprehensive coverage available on the Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS) protocol. It introduces the reader to the roots of the IS-IS protocol and goes on to provide details on how it has been adapted to carry IP routing information in IP networks. The author compares it to OSPF and other routing protocols, explains how to design large IP networks using IS-IS, present configuration scenarios on Cisco routers, and discuss troubleshooting techniques. With the IS-IS protocol becoming one of the more popular protocols for Internet Service Providers, this reference will prove to be an invaluable reference to a large number of networking professionals! Abe Martey (CCIE) is a Technical Marketing Engineer with the Optical Internetworking Business Unit of Cisco Systems. He provides engineering support for the Marketing Team of Cisco's high-end router products, the Gigabit Switch Router series. He first worked in Cisco's Technical Assistance Center (TAC), providing support for customers in the IP Routing protocols team, then moved to work on the specialized ISP Team. There he assisted large Internet service providers such as BBN, Sprint, and UUNet, providing dedicated and focused technical support.



Cisco IOS Cookbook

Cisco IOS Cookbook Author Kevin Dooley
ISBN-10 9780596527228
Release 2007-06-26
Pages 1207
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Thoroughly revised and expanded, this second edition adds sections on MPLS, Security, IPv6, and IP Mobility and presents solutions to the most common configuration problems.



Cisco LAN Switching Fundamentals

Cisco LAN Switching Fundamentals Author David Barnes
ISBN-10 1587050897
Release 2004
Pages 374
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Learn the Basics of LAN Switching and study valuable network switching reference materials.



Cisco Router Configuration Handbook

Cisco Router Configuration Handbook Author David Hucaby
ISBN-10 1587141183
Release 2010-06-30
Pages 672
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Fast answers and reliable solutions for all widely-used Cisco router features - all in one time-saving guide Organized for maximum efficiency: describes actual commands and options in the sequence they should be used Helps network pros eliminate time-consuming documentation searches Extensive updates: IPv6, MPLS, AutoQoS, SIP, MGCP, voice troubleshooting, VPNs, security, and more "At-a-glance" illustrations offer fast answers and easy double-checking Locating reliable Cisco router configuration command information can require extensive, time-consuming research. Cisco Router Configuration Handbook, 2/e, is the solution: a day-to-day reference to the most widely used Cisco router features and configurations. Straight from Cisco experts, it covers every facet of router configuration, including fundamentals, network protocols, packet processing, voice/telephony, security, and more. This book is organized for maximum efficiency. Related features are covered together, and features and options are covered in the sequence in which they are typically used. Shaded tabs mark each section for quick reference. Information on each feature, technology, or protocol is presented in a concise one- or two-page format, with sections presenting quick facts, configuration information, and step-by-step examples, including both required and optional commands. Simply put, this book brings together all the Cisco routing configuration information most network professionals will ever need - and organizes it more efficiently than any other resource.



Network Security Technologies and Solutions CCIE Professional Development Series

Network Security Technologies and Solutions  CCIE Professional Development Series Author Yusuf Bhaiji
ISBN-10 0132796740
Release 2008-03-20
Pages 840
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CCIE Professional Development Network Security Technologies and Solutions A comprehensive, all-in-one reference for Cisco network security Yusuf Bhaiji, CCIE No. 9305 Network Security Technologies and Solutions is a comprehensive reference to the most cutting-edge security products and methodologies available to networking professionals today. This book helps you understand and implement current, state-of-the-art network security technologies to ensure secure communications throughout the network infrastructure. With an easy-to-follow approach, this book serves as a central repository of security knowledge to help you implement end-to-end security solutions and provides a single source of knowledge covering the entire range of the Cisco network security portfolio. The book is divided into five parts mapping to Cisco security technologies and solutions: perimeter security, identity security and access management, data privacy, security monitoring, and security management. Together, all these elements enable dynamic links between customer security policy, user or host identity, and network infrastructures. With this definitive reference, you can gain a greater understanding of the solutions available and learn how to build integrated, secure networks in today’s modern, heterogeneous networking environment. This book is an excellent resource for those seeking a comprehensive reference on mature and emerging security tactics and is also a great study guide for the CCIE Security exam. “Yusuf’s extensive experience as a mentor and advisor in the security technology field has honed his ability to translate highly technical information into a straight-forward, easy-to-understand format. If you’re looking for a truly comprehensive guide to network security, this is the one! ” –Steve Gordon, Vice President, Technical Services, Cisco Yusuf Bhaiji, CCIE No. 9305 (R&S and Security), has been with Cisco for seven years and is currently the program manager for Cisco CCIE Security certification. He is also the CCIE Proctor in the Cisco Dubai Lab. Prior to this, he was technical lead for the Sydney TAC Security and VPN team at Cisco. Filter traffic with access lists and implement security features on switches Configure Cisco IOS router firewall features and deploy ASA and PIX Firewall appliances Understand attack vectors and apply Layer 2 and Layer 3 mitigation techniques Secure management access with AAA Secure access control using multifactor authentication technology Implement identity-based network access control Apply the latest wireless LAN security solutions Enforce security policy compliance with Cisco NAC Learn the basics of cryptography and implement IPsec VPNs, DMVPN, GET VPN, SSL VPN, and MPLS VPN technologies Monitor network activity and security incident response with network and host intrusion prevention, anomaly detection, and security monitoring and correlation Deploy security management solutions such as Cisco Security Manager, SDM, ADSM, PDM, and IDM Learn about regulatory compliance issues such as GLBA, HIPPA, and SOX This book is part of the Cisco CCIE Professional Development Series from Cisco Press, which offers expert-level instruction on network design, deployment, and support methodologies to help networking professionals manage complex networks and prepare for CCIE exams. Category: Network Security Covers: CCIE Security Exam



Cisco LAN Switching CCIE Professional Development series

Cisco LAN Switching  CCIE Professional Development series Author Kennedy Clark
ISBN-10 9780672334252
Release 1999-08-26
Pages 960
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This is the eBook version of the printed book. If the print book includes a CD-ROM, this content is not included within the eBook version. The most complete guide to Cisco Catalyst(r) switch network design, operation, and configuration Master key foundation topics such as high-speed LAN technologies, LAN segmentation, bridging, the Catalyst command-line environment, and VLANs Improve the performance of your campus network by utilizing effective Cisco Catalyst design, configuration, and troubleshooting techniques Benefit from the most comprehensive coverage of Spanning-Tree Protocol, including invaluable information on troubleshooting common Spanning Tree problems Master trunking concepts and applications, including ISL, 802.1Q, LANE, and MPOA Understand when and how to utilize Layer 3 switching techniques for maximum effect Understand Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching configuration with the Catalyst 6000 family, including coverage of the powerful MSFC Native IOS Mode Cisco LAN Switchingprovides the most comprehensive coverage of the best methods for designing, utilizing, and deploying LAN switching devices and technologies in a modern campus network. Divided into six parts, this book takes you beyond basic switching concepts by providing an array of proven design models, practical implementation solutions, and troubleshooting strategies. Part I discusses important foundation issues that provide a context for the rest of the book, including Fast and Gigabit Ethernet, routing versus switching, the types of Layer 2 switching, the Catalyst command-line environment, and VLANs. Part II presents the most detailed discussion of Spanning-Tree Protocol in print, including common problems, troubleshooting, and enhancements, such as PortFast, UplinkFast, BackboneFast, and PVST+. Part III examines the critical issue of trunk connections, the links used to carry multiple VLANs through campus networks. Entire chapters are dedicated to LANE and MPOA. Part IV addresses advanced features, such as Layer 3 switching, VTP, and CGMP and IGMP. Part V covers real-world campus design and implementation issues, allowing you to benefit from the collective advice of many LAN switching experts. Part VI discusses issues specific to the Catalyst 6000/6500 family of switches, including the powerful Native IOS Mode of Layer 3 switching. Several features in Cisco LAN Switchingare designed to reinforce concepts covered in the book and to help you prepare for the CCIE exam. In addition to the practical discussion of advanced switching issues, this book also contains case studies that highlight real-world design, implementation, and management issues, as well as chapter-ending review questions and exercises. This book is part of the Cisco CCIE Professional Development Series from Cisco Press, which offers expert-level instruction on network design, deployment, and support methodologies to help networking professionals manage complex networks and prepare for CCIE exams.



IPSec VPN Design

IPSec VPN Design Author Vijay Bollapragada
ISBN-10 9780134384160
Release 2005-03-29
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The definitive design and deployment guide for secure virtual private networks Learn about IPSec protocols and Cisco IOS IPSec packet processing Understand the differences between IPSec tunnel mode and transport mode Evaluate the IPSec features that improve VPN scalability and fault tolerance, such as dead peer detection and control plane keepalives Overcome the challenges of working with NAT and PMTUD Explore IPSec remote-access features, including extended authentication, mode-configuration, and digital certificates Examine the pros and cons of various IPSec connection models such as native IPSec, GRE, and remote access Apply fault tolerance methods to IPSec VPN designs Employ mechanisms to alleviate the configuration complexity of a large- scale IPSec VPN, including Tunnel End-Point Discovery (TED) and Dynamic Multipoint VPNs (DMVPN) Add services to IPSec VPNs, including voice and multicast Understand how network-based VPNs operate and how to integrate IPSec VPNs with MPLS VPNs Among the many functions that networking technologies permit is the ability for organizations to easily and securely communicate with branch offices, mobile users, telecommuters, and business partners. Such connectivity is now vital to maintaining a competitive level of business productivity. Although several technologies exist that can enable interconnectivity among business sites, Internet-based virtual private networks (VPNs) have evolved as the most effective means to link corporate network resources to remote employees, offices, and mobile workers. VPNs provide productivity enhancements, efficient and convenient remote access to network resources, site-to-site connectivity, a high level of security, and tremendous cost savings. IPSec VPN Design is the first book to present a detailed examination of the design aspects of IPSec protocols that enable secure VPN communication. Divided into three parts, the book provides a solid understanding of design and architectural issues of large-scale, secure VPN solutions. Part I includes a comprehensive introduction to the general architecture of IPSec, including its protocols and Cisco IOS® IPSec implementation details. Part II examines IPSec VPN design principles covering hub-and-spoke, full-mesh, and fault-tolerant designs. This part of the book also covers dynamic configuration models used to simplify IPSec VPN designs. Part III addresses design issues in adding services to an IPSec VPN such as voice and multicast. This part of the book also shows you how to effectively integrate IPSec VPNs with MPLS VPNs. IPSec VPN Design provides you with the field-tested design and configuration advice to help you deploy an effective and secure VPN solution in any environment. This security book is part of the Cisco Press® Networking Technology Series. Security titles from Cisco Press help networking professionals secure critical data and resources, prevent and mitigate network attacks, and build end-to-end self-defending networks.



Campus Network Design Fundamentals

Campus Network Design Fundamentals Author Diane Teare
ISBN-10 1587052229
Release 2006-01
Pages 378
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The all-in-one guide to the what, why, and how of modern campus network design.



The Best Damn Cisco Internetworking Book Period

The Best Damn Cisco Internetworking Book Period Author Syngress
ISBN-10 0080476058
Release 2003-11-13
Pages 800
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The Best Damn Cisco Internetworking Book Period shows readers everything they need to know about all Cisco internetworking topics. The book provides an understanding of Cisco's current VoIP solutions and the means to put them to work, showing how to configure all of Cisco's core VoIP products—among them Cisco CallManager software, Cisco 7910 series phones, and server-based IP PBXs. It discusses IPv6 Protocols, as well as IP Quality of Service (QoS) and how it applies to Enterprise and Internet Service Provider (ISP) environments. In addition, Cisco wireless technologies are covered in detail. Cisco has placed a high priority on security and here readers will find complete coverage of all the Cisco Security products such as the PIX firewall suite of products, Network Address Translation (NAT), Cisco VPN Concentrator and IPSec, Cisco Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA), Content Services Switch (CSS), and the Cisco Secure Network Intrusion Detection System. This book is sure to become a dog eared reference for all Cisco engineers and administrators. - The one book that covers all major Cisco Internetworking concepts and configurations. - The only book to cross reference Cisco internetworking topics: Voice Over IP, Remote Access, Wireless, AVVID, and QoS. In addition, new technologies are covered in depth: AVVID, SIP, MGCP, and more. - A 1-stop reference for Cisco professionals needing coverage of core Cisco exam topics.



Troubleshooting BGP

Troubleshooting BGP Author Vinit Jain
ISBN-10 9780134436586
Release 2016-12-23
Pages 832
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The definitive guide to troubleshooting today’s complex BGP networks This is today’s best single source for the techniques you need to troubleshoot BGP issues in modern Cisco IOS, IOS XR, and NxOS environments. BGP has expanded from being an Internet routing protocol and provides a scalable control plane for a variety of technologies, including MPLS VPNs and VXLAN. Bringing together content previously spread across multiple sources, Troubleshooting BGP describes BGP functions in today’s blended service provider and enterprise environments. Two expert authors emphasize the BGP-related issues you’re most likely to encounter in real-world deployments, including problems that have caused massive network outages. They fully address convergence and scalability, as well as common concerns such as BGP slow peer, RT constraint filtering, and missing BGP routes. For each issue, key concepts are presented, along with basic configuration, detailed troubleshooting methods, and clear illustrations. Wherever appropriate, OS-specific behaviors are described and analyzed. Troubleshooting BGP is an indispensable technical resource for all consultants, system/support engineers, and operations professionals working with BGP in even the largest, most complex environments. · Quickly review the BGP protocol, configuration, and commonly used features · Master generic troubleshooting methodologies that are relevant to BGP networks · Troubleshoot BGP peering issues, flapping peers, and dynamic BGP peering · Resolve issues related to BGP route installation, path selection, or route policies · Avoid and fix convergence problems · Address platform issues such as high CPU or memory usage · Scale BGP using route reflectors, diverse paths, and other advanced features · Solve problems with BGP edge architectures, multihoming, and load balancing · Secure BGP inter-domain routing with RPKI · Mitigate DDoS attacks with RTBH and BGP Flowspec · Understand common BGP problems with MPLS Layer 3 or Layer 2 VPN services · Troubleshoot IPv6 BGP for service providers, including 6PE and 6VPE · Overcome problems with VXLAN BGP EVPN data center deployments · Fully leverage BGP High Availability features, including GR, NSR, and BFD · Use new BGP enhancements for link-state distribution or tunnel setup This book is part of the Networking Technology Series from Cisco Press, which offers networking professionals valuable information for constructing efficient networks, understanding new technologies, and building successful careers.