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CCNA Routing and Switching Deluxe Study Guide: Exams 100-101, 200-101, and 200-120

CCNA Routing and Switching Deluxe Study Guide: Exams 100-101, 200-101, and 200-120

Todd Lammle, William Tedder

ISBN: 978-1-118-78970-4

Dec 2013

1184 pages


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  • Operation of IP Data Networks
  • LAN Switching Technologies
  • IP Addressing (IPv4 / IPv6)
  • IP Routing Technologies
  • IP Services
  • Network Device Security
  • Troubleshooting
  • LAN Switching Technologies               
  • WAN Technologies 

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Introduction xxvii

ICND1 (100-201) Exam Objectives xxxix

ICND2 (200-101) Exam Objectives xliii

CCNA Composite (200-120) Exam Objectives xlvii

Assessment Test lvi

Part I ICND1 1

Chapter 1 Internetworking 3

Chapter 2 Ethernet Networking and Data Encapsulation 41

Chapter 3 Introduction to TCP/IP 87

Chapter 4 Easy Subnetting 139

Chapter 5 VLSMs, Summarization, and Troubleshooting TCP/IP 181

Chapter 6 Cisco’s Internetworking Operating System (IOS) 213

Chapter 7 Managing a Cisco Internetwork 283

Chapter 8 IP Routing 331

Chapter 9 Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) 385

Chapter 10 Layer 2 Switching 425

Chapter 11 VLANs and InterVLAN Routing 459

Chapter 12 Security 501

Chapter 13 Network Address Translation (NAT) 541

Chapter 14 Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) 569

Part II ICND2 613

Chapter 15 Enhanced Switched Technologies 615

Chapter 16 Managing Cisco Devices 661

Chapter 17 IP Services 699

Chapter 18 Troubleshooting IP, IPv6, and VLANs 741

Chapter 19 Enhanced IGRP 783

Chapter 20 Multi-Area OSPF 847

Chapter 21 Wide Area Networks 897

Appendix A Answers to Written Labs 967

Appendix B Answers to Review Questions 987

Appendix C Disabling and Configuring Network Services 1029

Appendix D About the Companion CD 1041

PDF of Glossary of Terms 1043

Adobe Reader 1043

System Requirements 1043

Using the Study Tools 1044

Troubleshooting 1044

Customer Care 1045

Index 1047

ChapterPageDetailsDatePrint Run
IntrolxxiText correction: Error in Answer to Assessment Test Question 12
The correct answer is B, not A. The explanation is correct as written.
5/23/141st & 2nd

390Error in Figure 3.1
The layers at the top of the OSI Model are shown in the incorrect order. The correct order, from the top, is Application, Presentation, and Session.

3109Text correction: Error in Table 3.2, Key Protocols that use TCP and UDP
The entry for NTP 123 should be under UDP, not TCP.

4160Text correction: Error in Examples of Class B Subnetting
In the second paragraph after the table at the top of the page, delete the second and third sentences. The reference to the fourth octet is in error, making the address shown invalid. The paragraph should read:
Question: using the above subnet mask, do you think is a valid host address? Any number between the subnet number and the broadcast address is always a valid host.
5/22/141st & 2nd

5188Text correction: Errors in Figure 5.5
The numbers of hosts given in the table for networks A,B,C and D are incorrect. Change 12, 20, 25 and 4 in the Hosts column of the second table to 14, 30, 20, 6, as follows:
Network Hosts
A 14
B 30
C 20
D 6

6233Text correction: Missing command line under "Console Password"
The commands at the top of the page are missing a line.

Todd(config)#line console ?
   <0-0> First Line number
Todd(config-line)#password console

should read:

Todd(config)#line console ?
   <0-0> First Line number
Todd(config)#line console 0
Todd(config-line)#password console

5/22/141st & 2nd

6245Text correction: Error in commands under "Configuring an IP Address on an Interface"
The fifth line of code in the block at the bottom of the page Todd(config?if)#^Z should be removed.
5/22/141st & 2nd

6278Text correction: Errors in options for Chapter 6 Review Question 6
The options should read as follows:
  1. 10 Mb
  2. 100 Mb
  3. 1000 Mb
  4. 1000 MB
The answer and explanation in Appendix B, page 998, are correct as given.

8350Text correction: Typo under "Configuring IP Routing"
The second sentence, As soon as we configure our SF and NY routers... makes reference to the routers in the diagram in Figure 8.8, which are named SF and LA .
The sentence should read:
As soon as we configure our SF and LA routers...

8371Text correction: Discrepancy between printed output and explanation: FastEthernet interface
The last sentence, This command will stop RIP updates from being propagated out of FastEthernet interface 0/0... should read:

This command will stop RIP updates from being propagated out of FastEthernet interface 0/1...
5/22/141st & 2nd

8384Text correction: Error in Chapter 8 Review Question 18
The question should read Which of the following is not an advantage of static routing . The answer and explanation on page 642 are correct as written.

9395Text correction: Error under "Configuring OSPF Areas"
In the second full paragraph, the second-to-last sentence, The format of the area number is either a decimal value from the range 1 to 4,294,967,295... should read:
The format of the area number is either a decimal value from the range 0 to 4,294,967,295...

9401Text correction: Error under "Configuring Our Network with OSPF"
The third line of code, Corp(config)#router ospf 1
should read:
Corp(config)#router ospf 132
5/23/141st & 2nd

9403Text correction: Error under "Configuring Loopback Interfaces"
In the first sentence after the first output on the page ...the Serial0/0 interface of the router. Should read:
...the Serial 0/1 interface of the router.

9414Text correction: Incorrect interface listed in Table 9.5
The third entry under Interface, S0/2 should read S0/0
5/22/141st & 2nd

10446, 452Text correction: Error under "Assigning Static MAC Addresses"
In the first command line, aaaa.bbbb.ccc should read

The last line of output here and in the output in Review Question 2 on page 452 aaaa.bbbb.0ccc should read aaaa.bbbb.cccc
5/22/141st & 2nd

10456Text correction: Error in Chapter 10 Review Question 11
The question should contain the prompt (Choose two) .
5/22/141st & 2nd

11482Text correction: Incorrect address under "Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing"
The IP address in the last sentence of the second paragraph, should read
5/22/141st & 2nd

12532Text correction: Error in output in Hands-on Lab 12.1
In step 6, the third line of output, permit
should read:
5/23/141st & 2nd

12537Text correction: Typo in options, Chapter 12 Review Question 13
Option D should read:
4/21/141st & 2nd

13548Text correction: Error in IP address under "Dynamic NAT Configuration"
The first sentence of the second paragraph after the router input, The command ip nat pool todd
should read:
The command ip nat pool todd

13565Text correction: Error in options, Chapter 13 Review Question 7
Options B and C are identical. Option C should have a lowercase t in the pool name: ip nat pool todd...

13567Text correction: Error in output, Chapter 13 Review Question 15
The second line of output should read: ip nat inside source list 100 int s0/0 Corp overload

18742Text correction: Reference to incorrect chapter
In the second sentence of the last paragraph of the chapter introduction, reference is made to coverage of troubleshooting WAN protocols in Chapter 7. This should refer to Chapter 21.

18745Text correction: Error under "Troubleshooting IP Network Connectivity"
The last sentence in the paragraph following the first set of output,
Our next move is to verify that the IP stack is talking to the LAN driver by pinging the loopback address.
should read:
Our next move is to verify that the IP stack is talking to the LAN driver by pinging the local IP address.

20869Text correction: Errors in configuration under "Troubleshooting OSPF Scenario"
The Branch configuration should be for area 1, not area 0. The configuration should read:
Branch(config-if)#router ospf 2
Branch(config-router)#network area 1
Branch(config-router)#network area 1

21921Text correction: Error in discussion of Figure 21.14
The third sentence after the output, One more thing: Even though the usernames are configured incorrectly...
should read
One more thing: even if the username were to be configured incorrectly...
The usernames in Figure 21.14 are configured correctly.

21965Text correction: Error in output example accompanying Chapter 21 Review Question 17
In the output, the frame-relay map statements are reversed.
Line 6 in the output, frame-relay map ip 200 should read:
frame-relay map ip 100
And line 15 should read frame-relay map ip 200

Appendix A985Text correction: Incomplete answer to Chapter 20 Written Lab, Question 10
The answer should read show ip protocols and show ipv6 protocols

Text Correction
Question 14 answer is given as F. But the explanation says our answer is the latter , where the latter is show ipv6 eigrp neighbors . That would be answer D.

Text Correction
Question 12 is on page LVIII, with answer on page LXIX.
Then answer given is B. The description of status STALE matches this answer, but the status given in the question is REACH . If the answer is correct, then maybe the question should say STALE instead of REACH ?