300-207 Review Questions Chapter 6. Using ISDN and DDR Technologies to Enhance Remote Connectivity

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CCNP Practical Studies: Remote Access
ByWesley Shuo,Dmitry Bokotey,Raymond Morrow,Deviprasad Konda
Publisher: Cisco Press
Pub Date: December 22, 2003
ISBN: 1-58720-073-2
Pages: 528

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CCNP Practical Studies: Remote Access (CCNP Self-Study) prepares readers for the CCNP 642-821 BCRAN exam and for workplace challenges in implementing remote access network applications. Designed as a topic-by-topic guide of how to apply remote access concepts in a real network setting, this book is useful in preparing a CCNP candidate for the general exam questions by providing a better understanding of how remote access really works. It is also essential in preparing candidates for the new simulation-based questions that are on the Cisco certification exams. Finally, it serves anyone wanting a guide to real-world application of these concepts, regardless of certification interest.
Each chapter includes a review of the applicable technology, and guides the reader through implementation of the technology. This step-by-step process can be executed on a home-or office-based lab, a remote-accessible lab, some networking simulation software programs, or even as a stand-alone guide.
All of the topics on the new 642-821 BCRAN exam are covered, providing comprehensive exam preparation.

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CCNP Practical Studies: Remote Access
ByWesley Shuo,Dmitry Bokotey,Raymond Morrow,Deviprasad Konda
Publisher: Cisco Press
Pub Date: December 22, 2003
ISBN: 1-
Pages: 528

About the Authors

About the Technical Reviewers

Goals of This Book
How Best to Use This Book
Icons Used in This Book
Command Syntax Conventions

Chapter 1. Introduction to Remote Access
Types of Remote-Access Users
Remote-Access Technologies
Review Questions

Chapter 2. Building a CCNP Remote-Access Lab Creating LANs Creating WANs by Using a Cisco Router as a Frame Relay Switch Creating Asynchronous, ISDN, PPP, DDR, Dial Backup, AAA, and Security Labs Summary
Chapter 3. Modem Connections and Operation Overview A Typical Modem Connection DTE-to-DTE Wiring Data Compression and Error Control Configuring the Modem (DCE) Scenarios Practical Exercise 3-1: Configuring a Modem on the AUX Port for EXEC Dial-in Connectivity Practical Exercise 3-1 Solution
Practical Exercise 3-2: Connecting Routers Back-to-Back Through the AUX Ports
Practical Exercise 3-2 Solution
Review Questions Chapter 4. Using Cable Modems to Access a Central Site
Cable Modem Technology Overview
Basic Cable Modem Troubleshooting Using Cisco IOS Software Commands
Practical Exercise: The CMTS and DOCSIS-Compliant Bridging Cable Modem Configuration
Practical Exercise Solution
Review Questions Chapter 5. Configuring Point-to-Point Protocol and Controlling Network Access
PPP Overview
Configuring PPP
Practical Exercise: Dial In and Dial Out
Practical Exercise Solution
ISDN Overview
The ISDN Layer Protocols
Examining ISDN Call Setup and Teardown
Configuring ISDN
Practical Exercise 6-1: Dialing Out with ISDN
Practical Exercise 6-1 Solution
Practical Exercise 6-2: ISDN as a Backup
Practical Exercise 6-2 Solution
Review Questions Chapter 7. Optimizing the Use of DDR with Interface Dialer Profiles and Rotary Groups
DDR and Dialer Profiles
Dialer Rotary Group Overview
Dialer Profiles and Dialer Rotary Group Configuration
Practical Exercise: Configuring Dialer Profiles
Practical Exercise Solution
Review Questions Chapter 8. Using DSL to Access a Central Site
ADSL Overview
Cisco 6160 DSLAM Overview
Cisco 6400 UAC Overview
DSL Access Architectures and Protocols
Practical Exercise 8-1: PPPoA over DSL Practical Exercise 8-1 Solution
Practical Exercise 8-2: RFC 1483 Bridging over DSL
Practical Exercise 8-2 Solution
Review Questions Chapter 9. Frame Relay Connectivity and Traffic Flow Control
Frame Relay Background
Frame Relay Terminology
Frame Relay Devices
Frame Relay Topologies
Frame Relay Virtual Circuits
Frame Relay Configuration Tasks
Disabling or Reenabling Inverse ARP
Frame Relay Subinterfaces
Network-to-Network Interface
User-Network Interface
Congestion-Control Mechanisms
Frame Relay Traffic Shaping
Troubleshooting Frame Relay Connectivity
Practical Exercise 9-1: Unnumbered Frame Relay
Practical Exercise 9-1 Solution
Practical Exercise 9-2: Configuring Multipoint Subinterfaces
Practical Exercise 9-2 Solution
Practical Exercise 9-3: Configuring Traffic Shaping on a PVC
Practical Exercise 9-3 Solution
Practical Exercise 9-4: Configuring Guaranteed Rates on an Interface
Practical Exercise 9-4 Solution
Practical Exercise 9-5: Configuring Frame Relay Switching
Practical Exercise 9-5 Solution
Review Questions Chapter 10. Enabling a Backup to the Permanent Connection
Backup Overview
Triggering Dial Backup
Practical Exercise: Enabling Backup for a Primary Link
Practical Exercise Solution
Review Questions Chapter 11. Managing Network Performance with Queuing and Compression
Considerations for Traffic Prioritization
Queuing Operations
Configuring and Verifying Queuing
Practical Exercise: Configuring Priority Queuing
Practical Exercise Solution
Review Questions Chapter 12. Scaling IP Addressing with Network Address Translation
NAT Operation
Configuring NAT
NAT Order of Operation
When to Use NAT
NAT Configuration Task List
Practical Exercise 12-1: Dynamic NAT Using an Outside Source List
Practical Exercise 12-1 Solution
Practical Exercise 12-2: Combining Dynamic and Static NAT
Practical Exercise 12-2 Solution
Review Questions Chapter 13. Using AAA to Scale Access Control in an Expanding Network
AAA Overview
Configuring AAA
Practical Exercise: ISDN Callback Using TACACS+
Practical Exercise Solution
Review Questions Chapter 14. Securing Remote-Access Networks
Internet Protocol Security
Cisco VPN Products
Virtual Private Networks
Memory and CPU Considerations
Monitoring and Maintaining IPSec
Clearing IKE Connections
Troubleshooting IKE
QoS for Virtual Private Networks
Configuring QoS for VPN Support
Monitoring and Maintaining QoS for VPNs
Practical Exercise 14-1: IPSec Router-to-Router
Practical Exercise 14-1 Solution
Practical Exercise 14-2: Three Full-Mesh IPSec Routers
Practical Exercise 14-2 Solution
Practical Exercise 14-3: IPSec Router-to-Router Hub and Spoke
Practical Exercise 14-3 Solution
Practical Exercise 14-4: IPSec Between Three Routers Using Private Addresses
Practical Exercise 14-4 Solution
Practical Exercise 14-5: IPSec/GRE with NAT
Practical Exercise 14-5 Solution
Practical Exercise 14-6: Router to VPN Client with a Preshared Key and NAT
Practical Exercise 14-6 Solution
Practical Exercise 14-7: PIX to Cisco Secure VPN Client with a Preshared Key
Practical Exercise 14-7 Solution
Practical Exercise 14-8: PIX to Cisco VPN 3000 Client
Practical Exercise 14-8 Solution
Practical Exercise 14-9: Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol over IPSec
Practical Exercise 14-9 Solution Summary 300-207 dumps Review Questions Appendix A. Answers to Review Questions Chapter 1 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Index


MB2-708 Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition pre-orders begin today for $3000, prior to 30th March launch

According to Fortune, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) has announced that it will begin pre-orders for HoloLens Development Edition from businesses and developers today, although with a $3000 per month price tag, and a long wait for shipping to deliver it. The company has stayed quiet about the release of a consumer MB2-708 edition; however the new device will host a plethora of software suites additional to the added hardware amenities.

According to statements by the packaged-software giant, it perceives the technology to work better in the hands of developers before it advances on to broader consumer markets. However, the company’s pricing MB3-700 strategy may have many developers in a fix.

Alex Kipman, a technical fellow for the Operating System Group at Microsoft, writes; “At this point in the HoloLens roadmap, broad consumer availability is further down the line as we focus on our commercial partnerships and supporting the developers who will HP2-Z27 create amazing experiences for HoloLens.”

The bundled-software suite along with the physical hardware will HoloStudio, Skype, and HoloTour. HoloTour has E20-390 captivated us the most, as it surrounds the user better than VR, to incorporate the user’s environment for a truly comprehensive experience.

While virtual reality is no small fish, augmented reality is expected to emerge as a $90 billion industry by 2020. HoloLens lets the user give voice commands and hand gestures to communicate with apps, navigate through glances, and even create differently-shaped holograms.

Even though the focus of HoloLens will probably be inclined towards gaming purposes, the company hopes for the technology to serve well to facilitate CV0-001 people’s lives. However, for now the device will only be able to facilitate a select few due to its high price and limited availability. It could be quite some time before augmented reality possesses the popularity it deserves.

The Head of Xbox provides insight on his future plans, possibly bringing one of the biggest franchises to Windows 10

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) recently changed its outlook towards PC gamers and it looks like it is really pushing its Windows 10 gaming platform as the next big thing alongside its Xbox One console.

In the mission to promote Windows 10 gaming, Microsoft is releasing almost all of its big Xbox One exclusives on Windows 10 as well, thereby 74-344 removing games like Quantum Break and ReCore from the exclusivity podium. Now, this may be good or bad according to your opinion and perception but whatever you might think on the topic, it looks like the tech giant is going to continue on the sale course.

Recent Twitter exchanges by Microsoft’s Head of Xbox division, Phil Spencer, suggests that the company has more games that have been planned to make an appearance on Windows 10 gaming than being talked about. Mr. Spencer was asked by a fan if they are 1Z0-803 going to release Xbox’s long time exclusive franchise, Halo, to the PC considering the fact that Microsoft has been “genuinely receptive” to PC gamers.

In reply to this, Mr. Spencer said that they are “listening to the feedback provided by fans on what games they would like to see on Windows 10”. This statement is pretty 070-496 diplomatic in our opinion and it neither confirms nor denies the existence of a PC version of Halo. But Mr. Spencer did not deny to the possibility of making a Halo game for the Xbox One. On another occasion, Mr. Spencer talked about the many 1Z0-053 different limitations that plague the Windows 10 gaming platform, including the lack of borderless full-screen, modding support, SLI/Crossfire issues and the infamous forced Vsync issue, also being widely reported around the internet.

The possibility of a Halo game on PC is certainly exciting but some of the fans out there are extremely disappointed at these games coming to Windows PC. They MB6-872 feel that it is damaging the Xbox One in the exclusives department. But as we said earlier, it is a matter of opinion and while some of the fans have provided a negative reaction on the situation, there are people out there who think that this is a positive step in mb2-708 dumps making the Xbox One and Windows 10 integrated under one large ecosystem. We will keep you updated on the matter. Until then, let us know your thoughts in the comments below.