Cisco Router Configuration
by Allan Leinwand, Bruce Pinsky
Publisher: Cisco Press 2001
Number of pages: 360
The objective of this book is to help you, the novice Cisco users with the basic administration of your internetworking devices. Using straightforward case studies and practical examples, Cisco Router Configuration, 2E teaches IOS fundamentals for configuring, operating, and maintaining internetworking devices.
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