Book: Cisco IP Routing Protocols: Troubleshooting Techniques
Publisher: Charles River
Cisco IP Routing Protocols: Troubleshooting Techniques is a comprehensive reference guide for network professionals facing problems with implementing and configuring IP routing protocols. It begins with an explanation of troubleshooting methodologies and tools, including Cisco and TCP/IP diagnostic commands and basic protocol behavior. From there it covers possible and potential real-world problems in configuring and deploying routing protocols in small, medium, and large networks. Using a unique building block approach, the entire process of solving problems associated with routing protocols is covered—isolation of the problem, classification of the problem, identification of the root cause of the problem, event correlation, and resolution. Through a visually intensive format, the book helps network professionals learn to troubleshoot real-life IP routing problems promptly, quickly, and efficiently.
Teaching network professionals to identify, isolate, and solve many problems associated with IP routing in various environments, including LAN, VLAN, WAN
Provides a systematic methodology for troubleshooting complex network problems
Addresses a number of technologies, including: dynamic and static routing protocols, interior and exterior gateway protocols, RIP versions I and II, IGRP, EIGRP, and OSPF
Covers the essential material tested on the Cisco exam “Internet Troubleshooting Support” (CIT 642-831) for CCNP certification.