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IP路由(IP Routing )复习

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IP路由(IP Routing )复习

IP路由(IP Routing )复习包括基本路由概念即路由相关的知识。路由是指导IP报文发送的路径信息,路由器根据数据包的目的网络地址把报文从适当的接口发送出去。

 

基本路由概念 

 路由信息协议(RIP)

增强内部网关路由线路协议

 开放式最短路径优先

 访问控制列表

 边界网关协议介绍和基本概念

 边界网关协议路径选择

 控制 边界网关协议中流量的更新

 

 边界网关协议多径和条件广告

 边界网关协议在单一环境和多环境下的下载分享:构建案例

 边界网关协议挑战实验

 思科路由安全(SECR)v1.0

 IP路由—介绍

 IP路由控制访问列表

 中间系统到中间系统的路由选择协议

 增强内部网关路由线路协议

  增强内部网关路由线路协议基本构建和验证

 最短路径优化网络类型

 OSPF中的邻接

 IOS-XR 3.6.0 在CRS和GSR种的产品增强 

 

NEW! Implementing Cisco Multicast (MCAST) - Review Questions

 

NEW! IPv6 Fundamentals, Design, and Deployment (IP6FD) - Review Questions

 

Cisco CRS-1 Carrier Routing System Essentials (CRS) v2 (Advanced Solutions Education (ASE) Training Sample)

 

Advanced Implementing and Troubleshooting MPLS VPNs (AMPLS) (Advanced Solutions Education (ASE) Training Sample)

 

Building Core Networks with OSPF, ISIS, BGP and MPLS (Advanced Solutions Education (ASE) Training Sample)

 

Basic IP Routing Concepts

Master protocols that are the backbone of the Internet and enable traffic to move across business networks with Basic IP Routing Concepts.

 

Routing Information Protocol (RIP)

Master protocols that are the backbone of the Internet and enable traffic to move across business networks with Routing Information Protocol.

 

Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)

Master protocols that are the backbone of the Internet and enable traffic to move across business networks with Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol.

 

Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)

Master protocols that are the backbone of the Internet and enable traffic to move across business networks with Open Shortest Path First. Apr-24-2007 CCNP OSPF Lab

 

Moving traffic using Access Lists

Master protocols that are the backbone of the Internet and enable traffic to move across business networks with Access Lists. Web-based Apr-24-2007 CCNA Access Lists Lab

 

BGP Introduction and Basics

Master protocols that are the backbone of the Internet and enable traffic to move across business networks with BGP Introduction and Basics. Apr-24-2007 CCNP CCIP BGP Lab

 

BGP Path Selection

Master protocols that are the backbone of the Internet and enable traffic to move across business networks with BGP Path Selection. Apr-24-2007 CCNP CCIP BGP Lab

 

Controlling the Flow of BGP Updates

Master protocols that are the backbone of the Internet and enable traffic to move across business networks with Controlling the Flow of BGP Updates. Apr-24-2007 CCNP CCIP BGP Lab

 

BGP Multipath and Conditional Advertisement

Master protocols that are the backbone of the Internet and enable traffic to move across business networks with BGP Multipath and Conditional Advertisement. Apr-24-2007 CCNP CCIP BGP Lab

 

BGP Load Sharing in Single and Multihomed Environments: Sample Configurations.

Provides information on Load sharing for:

  • Loopback Address as a BGP Neighbor

  • Dual-Homed to One Internet Service Provider (ISP) Through a Single Local Router

  • Dual-Homed to One ISP Through Multiple Local Routers

  • Multihomed to Two ISPs Through a Single Local Router

  • Multihomed to Two ISPs Through Multiple Local Routers CCNP CCIP BGP

 

BGP Challenge Labs

Master protocols that are the backbone of the Internet and enable traffic to move across business networks with BGP Challenge Labs. CCNP CCIP CCIE BGP Lab

 

Securing Cisco Routers (SECR) v1.0 Learn the top ten steps to improving Cisco router security. This course combines an updated version of the popular Cisco Router Security (CRS) course with the new Advanced Cisco Router Security (ACRS) course. Based on industry best practices and the newest in Cisco IOS security features, it contains tutorials, configuration examples, e-lab simulations, a built-in assessment to test your knowledge, and a course evaluation to provide feedback. CCSP Router Security

 

IP Routing - Introduction Learn the fundamentals of IP Routing. You will be able to define routing, explain the benefits of segmenting a LAN with routers, understand how a router selects routes, discuss the differences between static and dynamic routing, discuss the differences between distance-vector and link-state routing protocols, understand the difference between classful and classless routing, and briefly explain how routing protocols such as RIP, IGRP, EIGRP and OSPF work. CCNA Router

 

IP Routing Access Lists Learn how to onfigure access lists in an IP routing environment. You will also do hands-on Configuration Labs, and a Challenge Lab to test your troubleshooting knowledge. Feb-19-2003 CCNA Router IP Routing

 

Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System Routing Protocol (IS-IS) In this module, you will learn the basic concepts behind IS-IS. You will also do hands-on Configuration Labs and a Challenge Lab to test your troubleshooting knowledge. CCIP IS-IS ISIS Lab

 

Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) Learn the basic concepts behind Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP). You will also do hands-on Configuration Labs to learn some fundamental concepts of EIGRP, and a Challenge Lab to test your troubleshooting knowledge. Oct-16-2002 CCNP CCIP

 

Fundamental Configuration and Verification of EIGRP Learn the fundamental configuration and verification of the Cisco proprietary routing protocol, Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP).

 

Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Network Types Gain a basic understanding of Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) network types. You will understand: the differences between three default OSPF network types; when it is appropriate to use each network type; how to configure each network type; and how to resolve problems with OSPF over non-broadcast multi-access (NBMA) networks. CCNP OSPF

 

Adjacencies Gain a basic understanding of troubleshooting neighbor adjacencies in Open Shortest Path First (OSPF).

 

IOS-XR 3.6.0 Product Enhancements for CRS & GSR

IOS-XR 3.6.0 is the latest software enhancement release for the CRS and GSR platforms. Check out this podcast to learn more about this new release's major features, including multi-chassis scalability, ISSU, NSR, and more. Podcast (AOD) English 11:06:06 NPI

 

Techtips Podcasts and VoDs (was "Fall07") includes information on the following topics (AOD English 3 hours) NPI:

  • Configurable Queue Assignment/Mgmt Plane Traffic

  • Multicast Traffic Convergence over Flexlink

  • Small Frame Arrival Threshold

  • Control Place Security

  • Auto-install with Saved Configuration

  • HTTP(S) over IPv6, SNMP/Syslog over IPv6

  • IPv6 Address Auto-configuration

  • FSPAN on PIXAR

  • Voice-aware 802.1x and Readiness Check

  • MAB Security Violations,

  • SSM Mapping

  • Enhanced Power over Ethernet at 20 Watts.

 


评论 (15)
  • Miran Hama Rahim

    Miran Hama Rahim  说: 2010-05-24 16:34:57

    i have two internet resoures both of them have same bandwidth and public ip, i want to load balance between them in my cisco router how can i do it? please help me

  • Ann: Community Mgr.

    Ann: Community Mgr.  说: 2010-02-28 15:07:53

    Arijit:

    Thanks for the alert about the broken link. I had made some changes to this page and that caused the break. I have restored the previous version and it appears to be working again. Please let me know if you can now access the Basic IP Routing document...or if you are still having trouble.

    Best,

    Ann

    Community Manager

  • Arijit Banerjee

    Arijit Banerjee  说: 2010-02-27 23:06:46

    Hello,

    After login when I am clicking the 'Basic IP Routing Concepts' link, the cisco.com home page is openning.

  • be_trung

    be_trung  说: 2009-07-23 06:26:47

    In the EIGRP tutorial ( http://www.cisco.com/E-Learning/bulk/subscribed/tac/cim/iprouting/eigrp/start.htm ), under Understanding EIGRP, section Metric, I cannot for the life of me figure out how "the metric of Router_B to Network A would be 307200" and "(r)outer_C would also have a? metric of 307200 to Network A", because according to the formula and the costs listed in the graph:

    from B to Network A: metric = (10^7/10^4 + 200/10) * 256 = 261,120

    from C to Network A: metric = (10^7/512 + 200/10) * 256 = 5,005,120

  • Ann: Community Mgr.

    Ann: Community Mgr.  说: 2009-03-20 23:28:21

    Shahid:

    I will make an inquiry to find out if this is possible. But you might want to email the group that makes this training available directly, the Advanced Solutions Education group, using the email they've provided for questions: aeskt_registration@cisco.com.

    Best,

    Ann

    P.S. Found out that, unfortunately, the manuals are only available as part of the training.

  • Amit Divekar

    Amit Divekar  说: 2009-03-20 22:49:10

    Can we please have something to refer for Route Distribution..It would be really helpful.

    Looking forward to that.

    Regards,

    Amit

  • Shahid

    Shahid  说: 2009-03-20 18:02:02

    Can we buy these manuals without going through entire training? if yes then how? I am interested in AMPLS and BCN course material.

    thanks

  • Yadav

    Yadav  说: 2008-08-23 02:31:17

    Thanks Ann

    As I have no availability/access to real devices( routers),actually I want to practice on problems, scenarios, examles etc. I have done all above given labs. I want some mre labs/practice scenarios for practice.

    I am looking for labs (on NAT/PAT, OSPF,EIGRP,BGP, acess lists etc.).

    Kindly rovide the links for ractice resources. It will great help.

    Thanks

    Hawa

  • Ann: Community Mgr.

    Ann: Community Mgr.  说: 2008-08-22 08:28:53

    Hawasingh:

    That particular document is no longer available. Please see if the following link provides you with what you're after. http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/iproute/configuration/guide/irp_ospf_cfg.html#wp1054249. What specific lab experience were you looking for?

    Thanks,

    Ann

  • Yadav

    Yadav  说: 2008-08-22 02:26:31

    OSPF doc link in not opeing. Any updade or suggestions? Also pls prode links for hands on lab experince apart from given above.

  • Fajar Mahendra Putra

    Fajar Mahendra Putra  说: 2008-07-20 10:57:20

    this is the great link that i've ever met.... viva "CISCO"

  • Mark Vendl

    Mark Vendl  说: 2008-06-30 10:46:55

    FYI - The OSPF page seems to be broken?

    See below:

    System Error

    • The specified document was not found.

    We apologize for the inconvenience, please go to Contact us and FAQ's for further help.

  • Adrie: Certifications Community

    Adrie: Certifications Community  说: 2008-06-27 06:57:50

    Hello Kunal,

    CCO is Cisco Connection Online, if you go to the login and do not have a Cisco.com login, you need only fill out the registration.

    To see a list of the benefits for having a Cisco.com (CCO) login please visit: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/applicat/cdcrgstr/applications_overview.html

    Regards,

    Adrie

  • kunal sharma

    kunal sharma  说: 2008-06-27 06:35:15

    It is asking for the CCO user name and password. What exactly is that?

  • Ann: Community Mgr.

    Ann: Community Mgr.  说: 2008-02-21 17:16:34

    Great suggested approach! You rock!