Integrated IS-IS -- from CCNP BSCI Portable Command Guide

Read Integrated IS-IS, Chapter 4 of CCNP BSCI Portable Command Guide from Cisco Press to understand ISO and IS-IS configuration and routing verification. This chapter download also includes rules for creating NETs and IS-IS adjacencies; routing and wide metrics; and the election of designated IS (DIS).

Integrated Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS) provides information and commands concerning the following IS-IS topics:

  • ISO Network Entity Title (NET)
  • Rules for creating a NET
  • Examples of NETs: Cisco implementation
  • Basic IS-IS configuration
  • Neighbors and timers
  • Election of the designated IS (DIS)
  • Rules for IS-IS adjacencies
  • Routing metrics
  • Wide metrics
  • Manual summarization
  • Injecting default routes
  • Defining router types
  • Verifying integrated IS-IS routing
  • Configuration example: Multi-area IS-IS

  • This chapter is perfect for those looking to pass their CCNP BSCI exam.

    About this book: The CCNP BSCI Portable Command Guide contains all the CCNP-level commands for the Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI) exam you need in one condensed, portable resource. CCNP BSCI topic areas are covered included are: Network Design Requirements, EIGRP, OSPF, Integrated IS-IS, Manipulating Routing Updates, BGP, Multicast, and IPv6.

    Read Integrated IS-IS to learn what you need to know about IS-IS In your CCNP exam and how to apply IS-IS to the real world in this PDF.

    Excerpted from CCNP BSCI Portable Command Guide by Scott Empson (ISBN: 1587201895). Copyright 2007, Cisco Press. All rights reserved.

    This was last published in August 2007

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