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Computer Networks in Packet Tracer for advanced users - Helion

Computer Networks in Packet Tracer for advanced users
ebook
Autor: Jerzy Kluczewski
Tłumaczenie: Agata Skutela
ISBN: 9788365645890
stron: 420, Format: ebook
Data wydania: 2023-03-12
Ksi─Ögarnia: Helion

Cena ksi─ů┼╝ki: 96,75 z┼é (poprzednio: 129,00 z┼é)
Oszczędzasz: 25% (-32,25 zł)

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The book: “COMPUTER NETWORKS IN PACKET TRACER FOR ADVANCED USERS” is a collection of scenarios and network simulations for users who already have at least basic knowledge of computer networks and experience in the work associated with the administration of basic devices, as well as management of network architecture.

The simulations were prepared in such a way as to develop the knowledge already presented in the previous books of Our Publishing House by Jerzy Kluczewski. The second goal, is to popularize the world-famous Packet Tracer program. This book is an excellent resource for students, undergraduates, and participants and graduates of CISCO CCNA networking courses.

The themes of the book are very extensive and varied. Multiuser mode visualization, Bluetooth connections, cellular networks, WLAN controllers, industrial routers, IPV6 protocol, are just a few selected issues for which the author has prepared scenarios and ready-made simulation files that can be downloaded from the publisher's website. We encourage you to open the book and browse the table of contents for a broad overview of this book.

The author of the publication is Jerzy Kluczewski, a long-time CISCO CCNA Academy instructor. He already has an extensive body of work in the form of published books on information technology. He gained his experience working in industry, and is currently a lecturer at the Gdansk School of Banking.

Translation: Agata Skutela an experienced English teacher in Complex of Technical and General Schools in Tarnowskie Góry. Apart from English language she has also been teaching technical English. She is really into teaching and eager to expand her knowledge and workshop to be able to teach the best as she can.

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................. 9
1.1 WHO IS THIS BOOK FOR ? ......................................................................................... 9
1.2 THE EULA LICENSE CONDITIONS FOR PACKET TRACER ................................................... 9
1.3 THE MAIN CHANGES IN PACKET TRACER 8.2 .............................................................. 10
1.4 DETAILED COMMENTS APPLYING TO THE PROGRAM VERSION. ........................................ 10
1.5 “KEEP ME LOGGED IN” OPTION ............................................................................... 10
1.6 THE MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS AND INSTALLING. ............................................ 11
1.7 THE FIRST RUN OF THE PACKET TRACER PROGRAM ...................................................... 13
1.8 FILES NECESSARY TO ANALYZE THE CONTENT .............................................................. 16
2 USING MULTIUSER MODE ................................................................................ 19
2.1 MULTIUSER MODE DESCRIPTION .............................................................................. 19
2.2 SETTING UP A SERVER ROOM (EXERCISE 1) ............................................................... 21
2.3 CREATING EXTERNAL NETWORKS (EXERCISE 2) ........................................................... 30
2.4 CONNECTING THE SERVER ROOM WITH EXTERNAL NETWORKS (EXERCISE 3) ................. 34
2.5 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ......................................................................................... 56
3 PACKET TRACER IN LINUX ................................................................................. 59
3.1 CREATING THE VIRTUAL UBUNTU LINUX MACHINE ...................................................... 59
3.2 FIRST LOGON TO THE UBUNTU STUDENT ACCOUNT ..................................................... 81
3.3 UNLOCKING THE UBUNTU ROOT ACCOUNT ................................................................ 85
3.4 DOWNLOADING PACKET TRACER IN THE UBUNTU MACHINE. ........................................ 89
3.5 INSTALLING PACKET TRACER IN THE VIRTUAL UBUNTU. ................................................ 91
3.6 CREATING A NETWORK IN PACKET TRACER IN UBUNTU (EXERCISE 4) ...................... 96
3.7 NETWORKING IN PACKET TRACER IN WINDOWS (EXERCISE 5) ............................... 99
3.8 CONNECTING NETWORKS IN UBUNTU PT AND WINDOWS PT (EXERCISE 6) .............. 102
3.9 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 110
4 DEVICE PAIRING TECHNOLOGY AND TETHERING ............................................. 113
4.1 WHAT IS BLUETOOTH DEVICE PAIRING? (EXERCISE 7) ................................................ 113
4.2 SETTING UP TETHERING (EXERCISE 8) ..................................................................... 118
4.3 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 121
5 MOBILE GSM TELEPHONY .............................................................................. 125
5.1 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN TWO GSM MOBILE NETWORKS (EXERCISE 9) .................... 125
5.2 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THREE GSM MOBILE NETWORKS (EXERCISE 10) ................ 132
5.3 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 137
6 NETWORK CONTROLLER ................................................................................. 141
6.1 INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK CONTROLLERS ............................................................ 141
6.2 CREATE AN ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT (EXERCISE 11) ............................................... 142
6.3 CONFIGURATION OF AUTHORIZATION (EXERCISE 12) ..................................... 149
6.4 IDENTIFICATION OF DEVICES (EXERCISE 13) ..................................................... 152
6.5 DISPLAYING THE NETWORK TOPOLOGY (EXERCISE 14) ............................................... 160
6.6 ACCESSING THE NET CONTROLLER FROM THE REAL NETWORK (EXERCISE 15) ................. 165
6.7 REMOTE RECONFIGURATION OF DEVICES (EXERCISE 16) ............................................. 168
6.8 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 174
7 WIRELESS NETWORK CONTROLLERS ............................................................... 177
7.1 DESCRIPTION OF WLAN AND CAPWAP NETWORK CONTROLLERS............................... 177
7.2 CONFIGURING ACCESS POINTS USING WLC-PT (EXERCISE 17) .................................... 179
7.3 MANAGING LOCAL NETWORKS WITH WLC-PT (EXERCISE 18) ..................................... 189
7.4 INITIALIZING THE WLC-2504 USING THE GUI (EXERCISE 19) ..................................... 202
7.5 MANAGING WLANS IN WLC-2504 (EXERCISE 20) ................................................. 217
7.6 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 223
8 INTEGRATED INDUSTRIAL ROUTERS ............................................................... 227
8.1 DESCRIPTION OF INTEGRATED ROUTERS ...................................................... 227
8.2 BASIC CONFIGURATION FOR 819HG-4G-IOX (EXERCISE 21) ..................................... 232
8.3 RUNNING A VIRTUAL MACHINE IN 819HG-4G-IOX (EXERCISE 22) ............................. 236
8.4 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 241
9 HOT SWAPPING DEVICES ................................................................................ 245
9.1 WHAT IS HOT SWAPPING ? .................................................................................. 245
9.2 ADDING POWER MODULES (EXERCISE 23) ............................................................... 245
9.3 ADDING POE DEVICES (EXERCISE 24) ..................................................................... 249
9.4 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 250
10 CLOCK SYNCHRONIZATION ............................................................................. 253
10.1 NTP AND PTP PROTOCOL .................................................................................... 253
10.2 MASTER-SLAVE SYNCHRONIZATION BETWEEN ROUTERS (EXERCISE 26) ......................... 255
10.3 CHAIN SYNCHRONIZATION BETWEEN ROUTERS (EXERCISE 26) ..................................... 258
10.4 SLAVE-MASTER-NEW MASTER SYNCHRONIZATION (EXERCISE 27)............................... 260
10.5 SYNCHRONIZATION IN BOUNDARY, E2EFORWARD, TRANSPARENT MODES (EXERCISE 28) .. 267
10.6 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 272
11 SERVER SERVICES ........................................................................................... 275
11.1 HTTP SERVICE (EXERCISE 29) ............................................................................. 275
11.2 FTP SERVICE (EXERCISE 30) .............................................................................. 285
11.3 EMAIL SERVICE (EXERCISE 31) .............................................................................. 292
11.4 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 298
12 IPV6 PROTOCOL ............................................................................................. 301
12.1 INTRODUCTION TO IPV6 ..................................................................................... 301
12.2 TUNNELING IN IPV6 PROTOCOL (EXERCISE 32) ........................................................ 306
12.3 CONFIGURING DHCP FOR IPV6 ON THE SERVER (EXERCISE 33) .................................. 309
12.4 CONFIGURING DHCP FOR IPV6 ON A ROUTER (EXERCISE 34) .................................... 312
12.5 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 314
13 HOT STANDBY ROUTER PROTOCOL ................................................................ 317
13.1 FHRP – TYPE PROTOCOLS ................................................................................... 317
13.2 HSRP CONFIGURATION (EXERCISE 35). ................................................................. 317
13.3 HSRP CONFIGURATION (EXERCISE 36) .................................................................. 325
13.4 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 329
14 ADVANCED PHYSICAL TOPOLOGY ................................................................... 333
14.1 CREATING THE INTERCITY PHYSICAL TOPOLOGY (EXERCISE 37) ..................................... 333
14.2 CREATING THE ONE CITY PHYSICAL TOPOLOGY (EXERCISE 38) ...................................... 340
14.3 PHYSICAL TOPOLOGY OF THE LOCAL NETWORK (EXERCISE 39) ..................................... 346
14.4 PHYSICAL TOPOLOGY FOR WAN (EXERCISE 40) ....................................................... 366
14.5 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 392
15 COMMAND PROMPT COMMANDS ................................................................. 395
15.1 TABULAR SUMMARY OF COMMANDS ...................................................................... 395
15.2 IPV6CONFIG AND PING ........................................................................................ 395
15.3 IPCONFIG AND NSLOOKUP .................................................................................... 398
15.4 NETSH INTERFACE IPV6 SHOW NEIGHBORS .............................................................. 401
15.5 DIRECTORY COMMANDS ...................................................................................... 403
15.6 LIST OF AUXILIARY FILES ....................................................................................... 405
16 INDEX OF TABLES ........................................................................................... 409
17 INVENTORY OF EXERCISES AND LIST OF SUPPORT FILES .................................. 415
18 BIBLIOGRAPHY ............................................................................................... 419

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