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CCIP: MPLS Study Guide: Exam 640-910 (Implementing Cisco MPLS)

CCIP: MPLS Study Guide: Exam 640-910 (Implementing Cisco MPLS)

James Regan

ISBN: 978-0-782-14096-5

Aug 2002

466 pages

Select type: Hardcover

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Description

Here's the book you need to prepare for Cisco's Implementing Cisco MPLS exam, 640-910.

Written by a Cisco internetworking expert who knows exactly what it takes to pass the test, this Study Guide provides:

  • Assessment testing to focus and direct your studies
  • In-depth coverage of official exam objectives
  • Hundreds of challenging practice questions, in the book and on the CD

Authoritative coverage of all exam objectives, including:

  • Core MPLS Technology
  • Frame-mode MPLS Implementation on Cisco IOS Platforms
  • Cell-mode MPLS Implementation on Cisco IOS Platforms
  • MPLS VPN Technology
  • MPLS VPN Implementation on Cisco IOS
  • Running OSPF inside a VPN

Includes Leading-Edge Software:

  • Testing Engine with Hundreds of Practice Questions
  • Two Bonus Exams
  • Electronic Flashcards for PCs, Pocket PCs, and Palm Handhelds
  • Entire Book in Digital Format

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

Introduction.

Assessment Test.

Chapter 1: An Introduction to MPLS.

Chapter 2: Frame-Mode MPLS.

Chapter 3: MPLS and ATM.

Chapter 4: VPNs: An Overview.

Chapter 5: MPLS VPNs.

Chapter 6: MPLS VPNs and RIP.

Chapter 7: MPLS VPNs and OSPF.

Chapter 8: Advanced MPLS Topics.

Appendix A: Challenge Labs.

Appendix B: Service Provider Tag Switching with OSPF and IS-IS.

Glossary.

Index.

ChapterPageDetailsDatePrint Run
Combined Errata

Page 0CD

EdgeTest, Chapter 2 see detailed description
Question:
MPLS in an ATM environment uses _______ with
______

The answer should read:
Ordered Control: Downstream-on-Demand, but it
is marked wrong unles you select: Orderd Control: Unsolicited Downstream

Page 13

replace the output for PE1 to: 192.168.1.21 <> via 192.168.1.9 for all 5 lines

Page 16

Paragraph under FIGURE 1.9, should read: "Now let's now see what happens... loopack address of P2."

Page 18

2nd to last line, "In Figure 1.8" should read "In Figure 1.11"

Page 19

2nd paragraph, both occurences of "Figure 1.10" should read "Figure 1.11"

Page 39

TABLE 2.4, see detailed description
Layer 2 source MAC should be: "3333-3333-3333"

Layer 2 destination MAC should be: "2222-2222-2222"

Page 48

Step #5, should read "...P2, running only OSPF..."

Page 49

Under TDP, 4th line of router commands should read: see detailed description
P1(config)#interface serial 0/0

Page 50

3rd line, Command should be "show tag-switching tdp neighbor"

10th line from bottom should read: P1(config)#interface serial 0/0

Page 92

Answer to Question #19 shoul be "B." The explanation is correct.

Page 99

Middle of page, "Peer LDP Ident: 192.168.1.1:0; Local TDP Ident" should read " Peer LDP Ident: 192.168.1.1:0; Local LDP Ident"

Page 166

Third line, "address family" should be "address-family"

Page 174

TABLE 5.6 Should look like:

Atlanta Customer A 1:1:10.1.0.0 /16

Atlanta Customer 1:2:10.1.0.0 /16

Raleigh Customer A 1:2:10.2.0.0 /16

Raleigh Customer 1:1:10.2.0.0 /16

Page 226-227

TABLEs 6.6 and 6.7 should be removed. FIGURE 2.7 on page 53 should take its place.

Page 228

6th line from top, vrf is already in the configuration. The ip vrf vpn_1 and associated configuration should not be there.

Page 286

Last line of page should read: ".........65000 subnets"

Page 314

Answer to Question 12, the explanation is confusing. for clarification:
The question was to make sure the reader understood that the routing bit was internal to the PE router and not sent
to the customer.

If the down bit is set the routing bit is cleared.

A better answer is: Routing updates from a PE router to customer routers do not contain a routing bit. A routing bit is an internal mechanism on the PE. When a route is received on the PE router with the downbit the routing bit is cleared (meaning it will not show up in the routing table or be used).

Page 318

Replace Fig. 8.1 with Fig. 7.19 (See Pg. 277).

Page 342

Replace Fig. 8.3 with Fig. 7.19 (See Pg. 277).

Page 352

Under Limiting Routes, 3rd & Last para., and the very last line, 'maximum-routes' should be "maximum routes"

Page 368

On vpn_a,vpn_b and vpn_c import routing target should be 1289:107. Also very last line should be "....1289:107"

Page 375

Ques. # 15 & 16, 'maximum-routes' should be "maximum routes"

Page 377

Ques. # 15 & 16 answers, 'maximum-routes' should be "maximum routes"

Page 401

Answer to Lab 5.2, Atlanta config should read: ip route vrf peer_vpn ....... for Raleigh it should read: ip route vrf peer_vpn .......