Meet the demand, take the challenge...become a CISCO router
administrator. These days, just about anyoneprogrammers,
accountants, managers, and otherscan "accidentally" become a network administrator, and have the responsibility of router maintenance fall right in their laps. Whether this describes you, or if you just want to get a better handle on configuring routers and designing network, then Configuring Cisco Routers for ISDN is your kind of book.
This heavy-duty resourceperfect as a daily on-the-job reference or as a supplement to related Cisco coursesshows network administrators all the ins and outs of how to install, troubleshoot, and solve real-world configuration problems. Featuring specific cases of Cisco router connections and detailed descriptions of real products, it's expressly designed to let you quickly set up network connections without hours and hours of training. You'll also be able to conveniently download actual router configurations from the author's own web site.
Anyway you look at it, when it comes to Cisco routers, this hands-on guide puts you totally in charge, giving you: advanced configurations (dynamic routing protocols, logging router events); the procedure for establishing a router as a DHCP (Dynamic Host Control Protocol); a complete set of basic skills for data networking, including how to set up and troubleshoot basic data connections, including leased line connections like T1, 56K, and Frame Relay, as well as dial-up connections like modems and ISDN.