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Название: CCNP Self-Study: Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks
Авторы: Froom R., Sivasubramanian B., Frahim E.
Learn CCNP BCMSN 642-811 network switching concepts with the only early stage book authorized by Cisco Systems.CCNP Self-Study: Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks (BCMSN), 2nd Edition, is a self-study learning resource for CCNP and CCDP certification candidates preparing for the BCMSN 642-811 exam. This self-study resource includes sample questions and answers and lab excercises in each chapter. Including coverage of intermediate to advance networking switching technologies, this book helps CCNP candidates, as well as networking professionals, gain an understanding of switching fundamentals and best practices. Switching topics found in this book include Layer 2 and 3 switching, AVVID deployments in multilayer switching networks, QoS, CEF-based MLS, Catalyst switching architectures, and an introduction to Metro Ethernet. This is the only book authorized by Cisco Systems for early-stage, self-study learning of the BCMSN topics.The CCNP certification indicates advanced or journeyman knowledge of networks. One of the four requirements to achieve CCNP certification is passing the BCMSN exam. Focused on intermediate-level switching issues, the BCMSN exam assesses a candidate's skill at building campus networks using multilayer switching technologies over high speed Ethernet. The exam addresses both routing and switching concepts, covering both Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologies including IP multicast. The BCMSN exam is also a requirement for CCDP certification.CCIE candidates will also find this book useful for studying the switching portion of the CCIE written and lab tests.This book is a complete rewrite of the best-selling Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks from Cisco Press from Cisco Press. In addition, this book contains two chapters outside the realm of the BCMSN switching exam, Introduction to Storage Networking and Introduction to Catalyst Switching Architectures.