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Cisco IOS 12.0 Switching Services

Cisco IOS 12.0 Switching Services

Author: Technologies Riva; Systems Cisco
Web Price: $40 US
Publisher: Cisco Press (53)
ISBN: 1578701570
Publication Date: 4/13/99
Pages: 448

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Cisco IOS 12.0 Switching Services is a comprehensive guide detailing available Cisco IOS switching alternatives. Cisco switching services range from fast switching and Netflow switching to LAN Emulation. This book describes how to configure routing between virtual LANs (VLANs) and teach how to effectively configure and implement VLANs on switches.


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Cisco IOS Switching Paths


1. -


Switching Paths Overview


2. -


Configuring Switching Paths


3. -


Cisco IOS Switching Commands




Cisco Express Forwarding


4. -


Cisco Express Forwarding Overview


5. -


Configuring Cisco Express Forwarding


6. -


Cisco Express Forwarding Commands




NetFlow Switching


7. -


NetFlow Switching Overview


8. -


Configuring NetFlow Switching




Tag Switching


9. -


Tag Switching Overview


10. -


Configuring Tag Switching


11. -


Tag Switching Commands




Multilayer Switching


12. -


Multilayer Switching Overview


13. -


Configuring Multilayer Switching


14. -


Multilayer Switching Commands




Multicast Distributed Switching


15. -


Configuring Multicast Distributed Switching


16. -


Multicast Distributed Switching Commands




Virtual LANs


17. -


RoutingBetweenVirtualLANs Overview


18. -


Configuring Routing Between with ISL Encapsulation


19. -


Configuring Routing Between VLANs with IEEE802.10 Encapsulation


20. -


LAN Emulation Overview


21. -


Configuring LAN Emulation


22. -


LAN Emulation Commands


23. -


MPOA Overview


24. -


Configuring the MPOA Client


25. -


Configuring the MPOA Server


26. -


MPOA Commands


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