Cisco LAN Switching Configuration Handbook, 2nd Ed

Cisco LAN Switching Configuration Handbook, 2nd Ed by Steve McQuerry & David Jansen & David Hucaby
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Fast answers and reliable solutions for all widely-used Cisco Catalyst switch features - all in one time-saving guide!

* Organized for maximum efficiency: describes actual commands and options in the sequence they should be used.
* Saves hours that would otherwise be spent searching Cisco documentation
* Covers powerful new Catalyst features including blade switch configuration and VSS technology.
* Provides 'at-a-glance' illustrations for quick reference and double-checking.

Cisco Catalyst switches are a common ingredient in many campus, metropolitan, enterprise, and service provider networks. They are, however, complex devices that demand careful configuration. Locating reliable configuration command information can require extensive, time-consuming research. The solution: Cisco Catalyst Switch Configuration Handbook, Second Edition: a quick, portable, day-to-day reference guide to the most widely used Catalyst features and configurations. Designed to support all Catalyst IOS platforms, this book covers general use of Catalyst s IOS and rommonitor modes, and presents detailed design and configuration guidelines. This edition is thoroughly updated for powerful new Catalyst features, including blade switch configuration and the Catalyst 6500's new VSS technology. 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 is presented in a concise one- or two-page format, with sections presenting background, configuration information, and examples. Each chapter begins with common design overviews and best practices.
Publication Date:
02 / 11 / 2009

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