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Now that you have the foundation of building Cisco/Microsoft networks, you can explore specific, more advanced, connectivity solutions 13, "Web Services" This chapter covers Web-based technologies offered by Cisco Cisco's DistributedDirector, LocalDirector, and Web Cache Engine are all reviewed in detail The chapter also discusses Cisco's Web browser interface, which allows the execution of Cisco IOS commands through a Web browser 14, "Secure Connections" This chapter covers security hardware and software solutions from Cisco and Microsoft It details Cisco IOS access control lists, Cisco Firewall IOS, and Cisco PIX Firewall, including treatment of the Network Address Translation (NAT) on the router IOS, on the router Firewall IOS, and on PIX Firewall In addition, Cisco's real-time intrusion detection system, NetRanger (recently renamed CiscoSecure Intrusion Detection System), is fully covered 15, "Ensuring Quality of Service" This chapter covers the implementations of Quality of Service (QoS) past, present, and future It also covers Microsoft's implementation of LDAP with Active Directory (included with Windows 2000), DCirectory- Enabled Networking (DEN), IP QoS, and QoS commands in Cisco's IOS operating system 16, "Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting" This chapter covers mechanisms you can use to protect against unauthorized access, control legitimate access, and track detailed information about the who, what, where, and when of access to your network It defines the concepts behind Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA), and discusses CiscoSecure Access Control Server, NetSonar (recently renamed CiscoSecure Scanner), TACACS+, RADIUS, and CryptoCards
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The appendixes contain handy references to help you with router configuration, understanding the TCP/IP protocol suite, and getting Cisco and Microsoft Certifications They also provide you resources for getting all the help and information you need Appendix A, "Basic Cisco Router Configuration" This appendix contains information and tips on configuring a Cisco router It contains a step-by-step walkthrough of a simple router configuration Appendix B, "Map of the TCP/IP Protocol Suite" This appendix contains an excellent summarization of the TCP/IP protocol suite It uses helpful descriptions and diagrams to describe TCP/IP and how it fits into the network Appendix C, "The Road to Certification" This appendix covers all the little details about
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available Microsoft and Cisco certifications and how to get them Some of the cert- ifications covered are CCNA, CCDA, CCDP, CCIE, MCP, MCSE, aAnd MCSE+I Appendix D, "Getting Help: Cisco and Windows Resources" This appendix includes tips on where to find and how to use Microsoft's Online Help, Command Line Help, TechNet, online support packages, consulting services, Internet site, newsgroups, and Windows NT Resource Kits It also covers Cisco resources such as Cisco Connection Online (CCO), CCO Software Center, Technical Assistance Tools, and the Cisco Documentation CD-ROM
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1: Cisco and Windows Converge 2: Directory-Enabled Networking (DEN) 3: Networking Fundamentals
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Both Cisco Systems and the Microsoft Corporation are much in the public eye of late Among other developments, Microsoft has announced the next generation of Windows, called Windows 2000, and Cisco is experiencing rapid growth through acquisition Both companies have been pioneers of their respective industries and consistently stand above their competition Yet there is another set of events that arguably will have a much greater impact on users and businesses than will recent product releases and corporate purchases A significant relationship has been developing between Cisco and Microsoft for the past several years They have jointly agreed to undertake the challenge of making Cisco's products and Internetworking Operating System (IOS) run more cooperatively with Microsoft's new directory service, Active Directory (AD) Concurrently, Microsoft will cooperate with Cisco to make Windows 2000 more aware of Cisco network devices and of the general conditions that exist on an organization's network Every user who is on a network will feel the impact of these advancements Features will be added to applications and Windows itself that would not be possible without this network OS/desktop OS alliance Third-party applications will be redesigned to use information gathered from the network devices, and to subsequently interact directly with these devices to change service A new breed of "intelligent" applications will be built upon the interaction between the network itself and the Windows system Already, new standards such as Directory-Enabled Networking (DEN) have benefited from the Cisco/Microsoft association Great things will undoubtedly come of this relationship but to make the most of them, you'll need to understand how Cisco IOS and Windows 2000 will interact This book covers the areas where Cisco and Windows overlap Here in this first chapter, we'll look at the current state of these areas of overlap, and where they will be in the coming years We'll introduce Windows 2000 and the Active Directory, and then move on to DEN concepts and Cisco networking fundamentals
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