Náš kolega Peter palúch vedie seminár v sieti Cisco learning network na tému The return of IS IS. Bližšie info: web:https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/community/learning_center/meet_authors a v článku.
|Date and time:||Thursday, December 11, 2014 9:00 pm
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|Thursday, December 11, 2014 3:00 pm
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Thursday, December 11, 2014 8:00 pm
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The IS-IS routing protocol was long neglected in the CCIE Routing & Switching track, and the only CCIE Official Certification Guide by Cisco Press that covered IS-IS, not including the current edition, was the very first edition of the book - and even then, IS-IS was given mere 14 pages. The importance of IS-IS has increased over the years, and IS-IS becomes more extensively deployed not only in Service Provider networks but also in data centers and possibly even in enterprise networks. That is why IS-IS has been brought back into CCIE Routing & Switching certification, even though only for the Written Exam.
As IS-IS comes from a different background than the other IP routing protocols, there are many concepts about its terminology and operation that may be perceived as foreign and difficult to understand. Because of this, the new CCIE Official Certification Guide v5.0 Volume 1 covers IS-IS on ample 70 pages, describing not only the architecture, operation and configuration of the IS-IS routing protocol but also provides an overview of the OSI network environment for which IS-IS was originally designed, allowing for a more comprehensive understanding of this routing protocol.
This webinar will highlight the main characteristics and operation of the IS-IS routing protocol.
About the Author:
Cisco designated VIP Peter Palúch is an assistant professor and a Cisco Networking Academy instructor at the University of Zilina, Slovakia. His fields of interest include routing, switching, and Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) technologies. He is a seasoned teacher who has cooperated in various educational activities in Slovakia and abroad, focusing particularly on networking and Linux-based network server systems. Peter holds a doctoral degree in the area of VoIP quality degradation factors; he also holds CCIP certification (retired by Cisco) and CCIE certification no. 23527 in routing and switching.
Link to his book on Cisco Press: