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Cisco LAN Switching Fundamentals.




Cisco LAN switching fundamentals.

Barnes, David and Basir Sakandar. (Cisco Press fundamentals series)

Cisco Press, [c]2005

374 p.


Intended for novice network engineers, this book describes the architecture and features of Cisco Catalyst switches, and provides several design and configuration examples. The authors, who work for Cisco Systems, discuss virtual LANs, the hardware components that make multilayer switching work, quality of service on Catalyst 6500, the multicast features and protocols supported on the Catalyst switches, the data link layer, and the rapid spanning tree protocol (RSTP).
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