Guide to Cisco Routers Configuration: Becoming a Router Geek, Second Edition

  • 2h 56m
  • Mohammed M. Alani
  • Springer
  • 2017

This easy-to-follow text/reference presents a practical guide to the configuration of Cisco routers, from tasks for beginners to advanced operations. The work starts with the simple step-by-step task of connecting the router and performing basic configuration, before building up to complex and sensitive operations such as router IOS upgrade and Site-to-Site VPNs. This updated and expanded new edition has been enhanced with a more detailed treatment of each topic, supported by a set of training scenarios. Features: discusses basic configuration, domestic duties, standard and advanced routing, WAN technologies, security, router management, remote connectivity, and practical tips; explains in detail the steps required to configure different protocols on Cisco routers; includes coverage of MPLS, multicasting, GRE, HSRP, reflexive and timed-access lists, and configuration steps for IPv6 (NEW); provides an extensive selection of training scenarios, designed to offer hands-on practice in the relevant tasks (NEW).

About the Author

Dr. Mohammed M. Alani is Provost and Associate Professor of Computer Engineering at Al-Khawarizmi International College, Abu Dhabi, UAE. His other publications include the Springer titles Elements of Cloud Computing Security, and Guide to OSI and TCP/IP Models.

In this Book

  • Starting up a Cisco Router
  • Domestic Router Functions Configuration
  • Routing Protocols Configuration
  • Advanced Routing Protocols Configuration
  • WAN Technologies
  • Security Configuration
  • Cisco Router Management
  • Remote Connectivity to Cisco Router
  • Hints and Tips
  • Further Guidance