Remote Access for Cisco Networks

Other Format | March 27, 2000

byBill Burton

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Build your remote connectivity know-how

The ability to connect remotely through a Cisco Network is changing the way networking professionals do their jobs. Remote Access for Cisco Networks, by Bill Burton, CCIE, is the first complete guide to using Cisco networks remotely, from hardware to the IOS. It's a practical hands-on tool with troubleshooting tips and techniques in every chapter.

It's invaluable, too, for mastering the skill required in the CCIE Lab Exam and CCNP exam. You get a full understanding of routing protocol interactions, distance vector, and advanced protocols. Plus...directions for configuring asynchronous modems with Cisco routers...establishing backup circuits for permanent connections...and optimizing traffic flow on WAN interfaces*insight into security and remote connectivity with PPP (Point to Point Protocol)

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Remote connectivity is changing the way network professionals do their jobs. Covering design, implementation and monitoring from hardware to the IOS, Remote Access for Cisco Networks is a breakthrough manual. Providing password access to Chesapeake Training’s Mentor Lab site, it helps readers practice Cisco router configurations from r...

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Build your remote connectivity know-howThe ability to connect remotely through a Cisco Network is changing the way networking professionals do their jobs. Remote Access for Cisco Networks, by Bill Burton, CCIE, is the first complete guide to using Cisco networks remotely, from hardware to the IOS. It's a practical hands-on tool with tr...

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The complete guide to designing, implementing, and monitoring remote access systems in Cisco® networks!Remote connectivity is a central component in the Cisco internetworking operating system (IOS) and router hardware. This important capability is drastically changing the way network professionals do their jobs, and it’s also an impor...

Bill Burton (Annapolis, MD) is a member of Chesapeake's technical and training staff. Bill has been working with Cisco routers since 1991 and became a CCIE in 1994. He also has been teaching Cisco courses for the past five years.

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Format:Other FormatDimensions:400 pages, 9.1 × 7.4 × 1.48 inPublished:March 27, 2000Publisher:McGraw-Hill Osborne MediaLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0071352007

ISBN - 13:9780071352000

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Table of Contents

Preface

Acknowledgments

Asynchronous Terminal Services

Introduction

Asynchronous Communication

Configuring Dial Access

HyperTerminal Setup

Modem Setup

Automatic Configuration

Chat Scripts

Summary

Questions and Answers

Advanced Terminal Services

Virtual Terminal Sessions

Menus

Autocommand Process

Access-Class

System Controllers

Summary

Point-to-Point Protocol

Physical Layer

Link Control Protocol (LCP)

Authentication

Network Control Protocol (NCP)

IP Control Protocol (IPCP)

Apple Talk Control Protocol (ATCP)

IPX Control Protocol (IPXCP)

Multilink PPP

Summary

IP Dial Access

Windows 95/98 Dial-In Setup

Programming the Cisco Router/Access Server

PPP Multilink

Troubleshooting Techniques

Summary

Dial-on-Demand Routing

Routing

Interesting Traffic

Address Resolution

Authentication

Putting It All Together

Troubleshooting Techniques

Lab

Summary

Integrated Services Digital Network

One-to-One Basic Connectivity Using Static Routes

One-to Many Basic Connectivity Using Static Routes

Basic BRI-to-PRI Connectivity

Dialer Profiles

Dialer Profile Sidebar

Summary

Questions and Answers

DDR with IP Routing Protocols

Route Redistribution for Multiple Dial-in Connections

London

New York

Rome

SOHO800

Snapshot Routing for Distance Vector Protocols

London

New York

Rome

SOHO800

OSPF Dial-in Connectivity

London

New York

Rome

Paris

On-Demand Routing with EIGRP

London

New York

SOHO800

Summary

The AS5200 High-end Access Server

Basics

SOHO700

London

New York

Summary

Fixed-facility WAN Services

High-level Data Link Control (HDLC)

NewYork

London

Channelized TI

London

New York

X.25 Packet Services

X25 Switch

London

New York

Frame Relay Services

Multipoint Frame Relay with Static Mapping

Rome

London

Seoul

New York

Multipoint Frame Relay with Inverse ARP

Rome

London

Seoul

New York

Point-to-Point Frame Relay Using Subinterfaces

Rome

London

Seoul

New York

Summary

Backing Up Fixed WAN Connections

Backup Interface Command

Floating Static Routes

Dialer Watch

Making it work

London

Tokyo

New York

LAB Challenge

Summary

Advanced Security with TACACS+ and RADIUS

TACACS+

Radius

CiscoSecure ACS v2.1 for NT

AAA Operating Commands

Authentication

Authorization

Accounting

London

NewYork

Exec-Level Testing

Summary

Protocol Translation

X.25 Switch

London

New York

Paris

Summary

Network Address Translation

Summary

Troubleshooting

Physical Layer

Asynchronous Connections

ISDN BRI Connections

Synchronous Connections

Data-link Layer

HDLC Connections

PPP Connections

ISDN BRI Connections

ISDN PRI Connections

X.25 Connections

Frame Relay Connections

Network Layer

X.25 Connections

ISDN Connections

PPP Connections

Dial-on-Demand Routing (DDR)

Summary

Appendix A EIA/TIA-232 Physical Specifications

Appendix B AT Modem Commands

Appendix C RFC List and Other Reference Material

Appendix D ISDN SPID Guidelines

Appendix E ISDN Q921 Debugging

Appendix F The Frame Relay Switch Configuration

Appendix G CiscoSecure Reports

Glossary

Index

From Our Editors

Remote connectivity is changing the way network professionals do their jobs. Covering design, implementation and monitoring from hardware to the IOS, Remote Access for Cisco Networks is a breakthrough manual. Providing password access to Chesapeake Training’s Mentor Lab site, it helps readers practice Cisco router configurations from remote locations.