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Chapther 1 Fundamentals Review CCNP R&S SWITCH: Implementing IP Switching Course v6 Chapter # © 2007 – 2010, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 1 Chapter 1 Objectives  Switch Operation, Layer 2 Switch Operation, Transparent Bridging  Ethernet Overview, Switch Port Configuration  Basic Definition: VLANs and Trunks, Traditional Spanning Tree Protocol, Aggregating Switch Links, Switch Port Aggregation with EtherChannel.  Basic Definition: Multilayer Switch Operation  H
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  © 2007 – 2010, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco PublicCourse v Ch! ter # 1 Ch! ther 1 $und!ment!ls %evie& CCNP R&S SWITCH: Implementing IP Switching  Ch! ter # 2 © 2007 – 2010, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco Public Chapter 1 Objectives  S&itch ' er!tion, (!yer 2 S&itch ' er!tion, )r!ns !rent *ridging  +thernet 'vervie&, S&itch Port Conigur!tion  *!sic -einition /(As !nd )runs, )r!dition!l S !nning )ree Protocol, Aggreg!ting S&itch (ins, S&itch Port  Aggreg!tion &ith +therCh!nnel.  *!sic -einition ultil!yer S&itch ' er!tion  3ubs !nd S&tiches, *ridges !nd S&itches, *ro!dc!st -om!ins, )he *!sic +thernet $r!me $orm!t, *!sic S&itching $unction, /(As, )he S !nning )ree Protocol, )runing, Port4Ch!nnels, ulti(!yer S&itching 5(S6  Ch! ter #  © 2007 – 2010, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco Public Ch! ther 1 $und!ment!ls %evie&  Ch! ter # 8 © 2007 – 2010, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco Public a!er Switch Operati#n  An +thernet s&itch o er!tes !t 'SI (!yer 2, m!ing decisions !bout or&!rding r!mes b!sed on the destin!tion AC !ddresses ound &ithin the r!mes. )his me!ns th!t the +thernet medi! is no longer sh!red !mong connected devices. Inste!d, !t its most b!sic level, !n +thernet s&itch rovides isol!tion bet&een connected hosts in sever!l &!ys  )he collision dom!in9s sco e is severely limited.  3ost connections c!n o er!te in ull4du le: mode bec!use there is no contention on the medi!.  *!nd&idth is no longer sh!red  +rrors in r!mes !re not ro !g!ted  ;ou c!n limit bro!dc!st tr!ic to ! volume threshold.
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