Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS) Routing Protocol
7+ Hours of Video Instruction
Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS) Routing Protocol provides networking engineers with a full and complete knowledge of the operation and deployment of IS-IS in a variety of network environments.
In this video training, networking expert Russ White provides you with a detailed introduction to the IS-IS routing protocol. IS-IS is a widely deployed protocol used to provide routing information for IPv4 and IPv6 networks as well as MPLS label switching and many advanced functions. This video provides you with everything you need to know to get up and running with IS-IS, from the underlying history to configuration and troubleshooting a wide variety of features.
- All Levels
What You Will Learn
- How IS-IS finds the shortest path
- OSI address structure and packet formats
- Database synchronization
- Configuring IS-IS routing
- Optimizing IS-IS operation
- Connecting flooding domains
- Deploying IS-IS metrics
- Security vulnerabilities and solutions
- Multitopology IS-IS
- Fast convergence
Who Should Take This Course
Any networking engineer who configures, troubleshoots, or otherwise has to manage the IS-IS protocol will be interested in this video. This includes engineers in both the enterprise and service provider markets. In addition, because IS-IS is included in expert-level certifications like CCIE and CCDE, candidates pursuing those certifications will also be interested in this title.
- Basic understanding knowledge of TCP/IP
- General background in IP routing
Russ White, CCIE No. 2635, is a member of the Routing Protocol Design and Architecture Team at Cisco Systems. He is a member of the IETF Routing Area Directorate, a regular speaker at Cisco Networkers, and the coauthor of six other books in routing and routing protocols, including Optimal Routing Design, from Cisco Press.