Item description for Cisco Routers for IP Routing Little Black Book: The Definitive Guide to Deploying and Configuring Cisco Routers by Innokenty Rudenko...
Each section of the book is designed to cover a separate "layer" of a critical networking issue, such as bridging, routed protocols, and so on. Especially written for networking planning personnel, network specialists studying for the CCIE certification, and Internet and Web specialists. The book provides complete coverage of Cisco-specific troubleshooting tools including Cisco debug commands, traceroute, ping, and scripts. Hundreds of troubleshooting tips and techniques are provided that have been thoroughly tested in the field.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.25" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.75" Weight: 1.55 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2002
Publisher Paraglyph Press
ISBN 1932111360 ISBN13 9781932111361
Availability 0 units.
More About Innokenty Rudenko
Innokenty is a Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert and works as a consultant at J.P. Morgan, where he manages the corporate networking infrastructure, consisting of various types of Cisco Equipment.
Innokenty Rudenko currently resides in Brooklyn, in the state of New York.
Reviews - What do customers think about Cisco Routers for IP Routing Little Black Book: The Definitive Guide to Deploying and Configuring Cisco Routers?
Invaluable quick reference Dec 22, 2002
I have read all the theory and lengthy samples from the CiscoPress books, now I need a quick reference to perform my day-to-day task as a Network Consultant. This book provided the quickest way to know the stuff in configuring Cisco Routers. This is a valuable book for those who plan to tackle the CCIE Lab exam.
Good enough to keep it as a reference. Nov 21, 2002
The author did a great job of presenting the relatively basic information on IP routing as it applies to Cisco routers. You will find quite a few useful IOS commands discussed in the book that will want to keep it as a handy reference. I would also suggest looking into getting "Cisco IOS for IP Routing" by Andrew Colton. That book would take you deeper into mechanics of modern routing protocols (EIGRP, OSPF, IS-IS, BGP), along with a discussion of Cisco IOS commands.
Great For Filling In The Gaps, CCIE Prep Aug 23, 2000
This book does an excellent job of calling small details to your attention that sometimes slide right by you when using larger books. Between this and Jeff Doyle's TCP/IP book, you'll be covered for the written exam and have a firm foundation for the lab. A must for your library and my compliments to the author!
Just Great Mar 20, 2000
Why did this kind of book took so long to be published? The content is just what is missing in the Cisco Press publications, even better, this book is the first that offer a metodology for studying the Cisco stuff, generalizes the commands and make them easy to get along with them. The price is very reasonable and gives you better material in 474 pages than other with more than 500. If you are thinking about having a better understanding of the "Dark side of Cisco" take look at this an uncover them, they are unbelievably easy to understand with Rudenko.
Dont miss this book! Dec 2, 1999
Ok. So you've got all the Cisco Press Books. And you think what good is one little black book going to make. This is one of the most practical books on Cisco so far. The other one written from a practical approach was a title by McGraw-Hill.
This book is a winner. The author literally packs so much information in so few pages! unbelievable.
This book covers almost everything : Bridging, Routing protocols, Frame-Relay, Redistribution etc.
Highly Recommended. You wont be sorry. Invaluable for the CCIE Lab. Get this book plus Bruce Caslow's.