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The majority of Cisco network devices offer a user-friendly browser application interface that can be used instead of the command line interface (CLI) Using a Web browser, you can easily perform configuration modifications without having to know the command syntax of Cisco's CLI
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Network redundancy is accomplished through Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) and Simple Server Redundancy Protocol (SSRP) HSRP provides seamless failover between routers; and SSRP provides automatic routing among routers and ATM switch groups following the detection of device failures In addition, Cisco IOS provides the following reliability features: Deterministic Load Distribution (DLD), for load balancing among multiple links Fast Ether Channel (FEC), which uses multiple ports to provide additional bandwidth and redundancy between switches, routers, and servers Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), which supports convergence for load balancing, as well as backup across redundant links and Cisco IOS devices, to minimize congestion Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF), to maintain full-forwarding state and performance even during network topology and routing changes
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As discussed just above, the majority of Cisco network devices are compatible with several types of links for both LAN and WAN connections Depending on the link type, different cabling and connectors are required to support traffic flow The following sections describe some of these link types and the connections and cables they use
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WAN connections are required when companies need to communicate among buildings or across distances Several types of WAN connections are available for various bandwidth and availability requirements Most WAN connections are made through serial interfaces This section gives a brief overview of ISDN technology, followed by details on the various types of serial connectors and their cable requirements
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ISDN is a digital data-transport service offered by local telephone carriers Similar to a Frame Relay or direct connection, ISDN supports the transmission of text, graphics, video, music, voice, and other types of data over telephone lines ISDN is usually more economical than Frame Relay or direct connections because it uses existing infrastructure Therefore, ISDN is an alternative solution to remote-access users who require more bandwidth than an analog dial-up line ISDN availability is limited, so it's not an option for everyone An ISDN circuit consists of 64 Kbps bearer (B) channels that carry user transmissions, and one delta (D) channel that is a signaling channel The D channel carries control information, such as call setup and disconnect signals There are two types of ISDN interfaces: Basic Rate Interface (BRI) and Primary Rate Interface (PRI) The BRI is used in situations in which the ISDN circuit is terminated in a network device supporting limited bandwidth, such as a remote user or a remote office BRI consists of two B channels and one 16 Kbps D channel This provides 128 Kbps of bandwidth for the end user The
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ISDN circuit is terminated at the remote user's office, or at the remote site in an ISDN BRI router The PRI is used in situations in which multiple ISDN circuits are consolidated and terminated The ISDN circuits of remote users and remote sites would terminate at corporate headquarters into a PRI network device A PRI consists of 23 B channels and one D channel This provides a 1544 Mbps pipe into the PRI termination network device
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Serial connections are most appropriate when traffic is constant and service is required on demand A dedicated circuit and Frame Relay connection are two types of serial connections that would use a serial interface on a router Prior to establishing communication between two serial interfaces, you need to know three things: the device type, the signal type, and the connector type 1Determine whether the device is of type Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) or Data CircuitTerminating Equipment (DCE) Serial connections usually need to be terminated in a DCE Typically, however, a router is of type DTE, and so you need to have additional hardware to support this circuit termination An example of a DCE is a CSU/DSU The DCE will provide a clocking signal to synchronize the data prior to passing it on to the DTE Figure 4-10 illustrates a typical serial connection
Figure 4-10: DTE/DCE relationship Channel Service Unit (CSU) is a device used in digital transmission; it connects network devices to the local digital telephone loop Data Service Unit (DSU) is a device used in digital transmission that connects the physical interface on the network device to the transmission circuit (for instance, T1) The DSU is also responsible for signal timing These two devices are often referenced together as a CSU/DSU TipCisco does offer serial interfaces with a built-in CSU/DSU on some routers The router can function as both a DTE and DCE An internal CSU/DSU eliminates extra external perimeter devices and cables 2Determine the type of signal being used A standard serial interface is used to connect communication devices such as a CSU/DSU The CSU/DSU then connects to a network device such as a router Some type of signal is needed to allow communication between the CSU/DSU and the router The most common serial-interface signal is the EIA-232 standard (formally known as RS-232) There are other signals, as well, depending on your equipment, distance, and speed requirements The different signals and their corresponding properties are listed in Table 4-6 Table 4-6: Serial Signal Properties
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