Cisco Internetworking with Windows NT and Windows 2000

Guide to using Cisco hardware and software in a Microsoft environment With the announced Cisco/Microsoft partnership, just about all NT administrators will need a working knowledge of Cisco products and technologies. You'll find that know-how in Cisco Internetworking with Windows NT & 2000, by Anthony Velte, Toby Velte, and Amy Hanson.

After an introduction to Windows 2000, Active Directory, and Cisco's Directory Enabled Network Initiative, you get clear direction for: *Building a Cisco Network with Windows 2000, step-by-step directions for configuring each of Cisco's major hardware devices: routers, switches, and hubs *Managing a Cisco/Windows Networks, how to work with Windows- based Microsoft and Cisco tools to configure and manage a network *Intranet/Extranet Strategies, a probing look at more advanced topics Valuable appendices put at your fingertips a router configuration flow chart...a protocol map for the TCP/IP suite...a reference for certification tracks...and helpful Cisco and Microsoft resources you can tap.

Get all the hands-on information you need to seamlessly integrate your Cisco network with Windows NT and 2000 in this one comprehensive volume. Unique in its scope, Cisco Internetworking with Windows NT & 2000 provides all the tools you need to build, deploy, and maintain Cisco-based Windows networks. You'll master the art of internetworking - from working with Windows 2000 Active Directory and Cisco's Internetwork Operating System (IOS), LDAP, and Directory-Enabled Networking (DEN) - to installing and configuring switches, routers, and hubs. You'll also learn how to accurately monitor network traffic, provide secure connections, and ensure optimal service quality. Valuable appendices include time-saving router configuration flow charts and protocol maps. Plus, you'll get blueprints that map out sample networks designs using Cisco products.

Work with Windows 2000 Active Directory and Cisco's Internetwork Operating System (IOS). Configure routers, switches, hubs, VLANs, and RRAS. Manager devices and directory services, including the MMC, CiscoWorks2000, CWSI, and ConfigMaker. Use naming services, such as dynamic DNS, DHCP, WINS, and NetRegistrar. Create a design strategy and plan your migration to Windows 2000. Implement Web services, including LocalDirector and DistributedDirector. Maintain a secure network using VPNs, PIX Firewall, CiscoSecure Authentication, and CiscoSecure Scanner (NetSonar).

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