Using Metrics and Metric Types to Influence Redistributed Routes

A different set of issues can occur for a router that is internal to a single routing domain, like R4and R5 in Figure 11-4. The issue is simple

Data Transfer

The exchange of data in an 802.11 network is bidirectional between the radio card and access point. As mentioned earlier, data frames in an infrastructure wireless LAN do not travel directly between wireless users. Instead, the access point relays the data. A radio card or access point (802.11 st...

Configuring TCP/IP Header Compression over Frame Relay

This section discusses the TCP/IP header compression scheme for Frame Relay virtual circuits. TCP/IP header compression is also commonly known as the Van Jacobson's algorithm, designed and defined in RFC 1144. The TCP/IP header compression scheme relies on the redundant nature of many fields within ...

QoS over MPLS

For this example, we will take a relatively simple view that the PE router will trust the CE router's DSCP/IP Precedence settings and map them to the MPLS EXP traffic priority field in a simple way. So we will focus on the configuration required on the PE and P routers to make use of this informati...

Configuring Multiple DHCP Servers per Subnet

You can configure multiple routers to act as DHCP servers for a single subnet, by ensuring that they don't use the same pool of addresses. Here's Router1: Router1#configure terminal Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z. Router1(config)#ip dhcp pool

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