Building Cisco Remote Access Networks (BCRAN) 讲授了使用 Cisco IOS和硬件
决方案，执行和配置 modems 和路由器以及如何解决连接和访问问题与排错
Telecommuters, travelers, road warriors, home offices, remote branch offices -- all these situations require access to the corporate network. Our videos for Building Cisco Remote Access Networks (BCRAN) provide the training you need to set-up, configure, manage and troubleshoot remote access networks using the Cisco IOS and hardware.
From dial-up, DSL, broadband and Frame Relay connections, to configuring VPN access and NAT, this training is perfect for network administrators that are responsible for providing network access for remote users. You'll learn how to design and plan for a remote access solution, implement and configure modems and routers and how to troubleshoot and resolve connection and access issues.
Michael Shannon is the instructor for this series and does a fantastic job of explaining the topics and demonstrating solutions as well as providing helpful hints along the way. He even covers all the acronyms in detail - from AAA to PPP.
There are 16 videos for a total of 8 hours of instruction. The CCNA certification or equivalent knowledge is the prerequisite for this training.
CD-ROM Contents: CCNP-BCRAN Exam Pack 642-821
- Cisco Solutions to Remote Access Requirements
- Planning the Site Infrastructure
- Configuring Asynchronous Modem Connections
- Configuring PPP
- Managing Network Access with PAP and CHAP
- Using ISDN and DDR Connections (part 1)
- Using ISDN and DDR Connections (part 2)
- Establishing Dedicated Frame-Relay Connections
- Controlling Frame-Relay Traffic Flow
- Backing up a Permanent Connection
- Using Queuing and Compression for Network Performance
- Scaling Addressing with Network Address Translation
- Scaling Access Control with AAA
- Using Broadband to Access a Central Site
- Securing Remote Access Networks
- Accessing the Central Site with DSL
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