Brad Edgeworth, CCIE No. 31574 (R&S and SP), is a systems architect at Cisco Systems. Brad is a distinguished speaker at Cisco Live, where he has presented on various topics. Before joining Cisco, Brad worked as a network architect and consultant for various Fortune 500 companies. Brad's expertise is based on enterprise and service provider environments, with an emphasis on architectural and operational simplicity. Brad holds a bachelor of arts degree in computer systems management from St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas. Brad can be found on Twitter as @BradEdgeworth. Ramiro Garza Rios, CCIE No. 15469 (R&S, SP, and Security), is a solutions architect in the Cisco Customer Experience (CX) organization. His expertise is on enterprise and service provider network environments, with a focus on evolving architectures and nextgeneration technologies. He is also a Cisco Live distinguished speaker. Ramiro recently concluded a multi-year Cisco ACI project for one of the top three Tier 1 ISPs in the United States. Before joining Cisco Systems in 2005, he was a network consulting and presales engineer for a Cisco Gold Partner in Mexico, where he planned, designed, and implemented both enterprise and service provider networks. David Hucaby, CCIE No. 4594 (R&S), CWNE No. 292, is a lead network engineer for the University of Kentucky Healthcare, where he focuses on wireless networks in a large medical environment. David holds bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Kentucky. He has been authoring Cisco Press titles for 20 years. Jason Gooley, CCIE No. 38759 (R&S and SP), is a very enthusiastic and spontaneous person who has more than 20 years of experience in the industry. Currently, Jason works as a technical solutions architect for the Worldwide Enterprise Networking Sales team at Cisco Systems. Jason is very passionate about helping others in the industry succeed. In addition to being a Cisco Press author, Jason is a distinguished speaker at Cisco Live, contributes to the development of the Cisco CCIE and DevNet exams, provides training for Learning@Cisco, is an active CCIE mentor, is a committee member for the Cisco Continuing Education Program (CE), and is a program committee member of the Chicago Network Operators Group (CHI-NOG), www.chinog.org. Jason also hosts a show called MetalDevOps. Jason can be found at www.MetalDevOps.com, @MetalDevOps, and @Jason_Gooley on all social media platforms.
Chapter 1 Packet Forwarding Chapter 2 Spanning Tree Protocol Chapter 3 Advanced STP Tuning Chapter 4 Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol Chapter 5 VLAN Trunks and EtherChannel Bundles Chapter 6 IP Routing Essentials Chapter 7 EIGRP Chapter 8 OSPF Chapter 9 Advanced OSPF Chapter 10 OSPFv3 Chapter 11 BGP Chapter 12 Advanced BGP Chapter 13 Multicast Chapter 14 QoS Chapter 15 IP Services Chapter 16 Overlay Tunnels Chapter 17 Wireless Signals and Modulation Chapter 18 Wireless Infrastructure Chapter 19 Understanding Wireless Roaming and Location Services Chapter 20 Authenticating Wireless Clients Chapter 21 Troubleshooting Wireless Connectivity Chapter 22 Enterprise Network Architecture Chapter 23 Fabric Technologies Chapter 24 Network Assurance Chapter 25 Secure Network Access Control Chapter 26 Network Device Access Control and Infrastructure Security Chapter 27 Virtualization Chapter 28 Foundational Network Programmability Concepts Chapter 29 Introduction to Automation Tools Chapter 30 Final Preparation Glossary