Dec
08

Hello faithful blog readers. We all know there are some real treasures in the DOC-CD that can assist dramatically in the lab exam. Here are some of our reader’s favorites. Thanks to my friend Ruhann over in South Africa for the post idea!

All navigation begins from http://www.cisco.com/cisco/web/psa/configure.html?mode=prod

I. Bridging and Switching

a. Integrated and Concurrent Routing and Bridging

Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. – Cisco IOS Bridging and IBM Networking Configuration Guide, Release 12.4 – Part 1: Bridging – Configuring Transparent Bridging

II. IP IGP Routing

III. BGP

a. Best Path Selection

Cisco IOS Software – 12.2 Family- 12.2 Mainline - C.G. – Cisco IOS IP Configuration Guide, Release 12.2 – Part 2: IP Routing Protocols – Configuring BGP – How BGP Selects Paths

b. Community Values

Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. -  Cisco IOS IP Routing Protocols Configuration Guide, Release 12.4 – Part 1: BGP – Connecting to a Service Provider Using External BGP

c. Regular Expressions

Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. – Cisco IOS Terminal Services Configuration Guide, Release 12.4 – Appendixes – Regular Expressions

d. Confederation Configuration

Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. – Cisco IOS IP Routing Protocols Configuration Guide, Release 12.4 – Part 1:BGP – Configuring Internal BGP Features

IV. IP and IOS Features

a. NTP

Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. – Cisco IOS Network Management Configuration Guide, Release 12.4 – Performing Basic System Management – Setting Time and Calendar Services

b. HSRP

Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. – Cisco IOS IP Application Services Configuration Guide, Release 12.4 – Part 1: First Hop Redundancy Protocols

V. IP Multicast

a. Intermediate IP Multicast Helper

Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. -Cisco IOS IP Multicast Configuration Guide, Release 12.4 – Configuring an Intermediate IP Multicast Helper Between Broadcast-Only Networks

VI. QoS

a. RTP Port Range

Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. -Cisco IOS Quality of Service Solutions Configuration Guide, Release 12.4  – Part 2: Congestion Management – Congestion Management Overview – IP RTP Priority

VII. Security

a. ACL Favorites

Security – Firewall Appliances – Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliances – C.G. – Cisco Security Appliance Command Line Configuration Guide, Version 8.0 – Reference – Addresses, Protocols, and Ports

b. Control Plane Policing (CoPP)

Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. -Cisco IOS Quality of Service Solutions Configuration Guide, Release 12.4  – Part 4: Policing and Shaping – Configuring Traffic Policing – Control Plane Policing

c. Role-Based CLI Access

Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. – Cisco IOS Security Configuration Guide: Securing User Services, Release 12.4 – RADIUS and TACACS+ Attributes – Secure Shell (SSH) – Role-Based CLI Access

Do you have a favorite resource location not shown here? Let me know immediately in the blog comments area!



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31 Responses to “Where the $%#@ is it? Some Popular DOC-CD Locations”

 
  1. Sesano says:

    Can you please include hard to find topics like UDP/TCP popular ports. There was a time I was looking for tcp port used by HTTPS. I had to finally look it up on the web! (of course that option will not be available in the exam!)

    Thanks

  2. shef says:

    Sesano, you may use cheat sheet “common ports” from Jeremy Stretch: http://packetlife.net/cheatsheets/#reference

  3. Patrik says:

    I use this for the regular expression:

    Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. – Cisco IOS Configuration Fundamentals Configuration Guide – Part 1: Using the Cisco IOS Command-Line Interface – Understanding Regular Expressions
    (Link: http://cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/fundamentals/configuration/guide/cf_cli-basics_ps6350_TSD_Products_Configuration_Guide_Chapter.html#wp1002051)

  4. Many thanks to you and your friend. I was looking for a BGP best path selection DOC for long. Finally you found for me .

  5. Berlin31 says:

    This is great stuff, as the expanded blueprint that was published earlier

  6. tldc18 says:

    Thanks and our friends from Africa. I have one more request. Where do I find the HEX value for IP ARP, PVSTPLUS_STP from one of the lab in v4.1 RS WB volII? I was not able to find it from the CCO DOC. Appreciate your help if you can provide a pointer for it.

    Thanks so much!

  7. Sesano – Check out the Security – ACL Favorites link.

  8. Ruhann says:

    Very helpful post indeed for all candidates.
    Hopefully in time from requests, the list would grow. :)

    But great work.

  9. Ruhann says:

    shef – In the lab, you wont have access to Stretch’ good blog :)

  10. Prateek Madaan says:

    CCIE Security : Important IPS/IOS Signatures list

    While preparation first I was trying to mug up all the important IOS IPS signature number until I came across this link from the DOC cd itself :

    Security and VPN

    Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. -IOS >> Cisco IOS Security Configuration Guide, Release 12.4
    Select Topic : Traffic Filtering, Firewalls, and Virus Detection >>> Configuring CISCO IOS IPS …..Bingo

    Alternatively

    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/security/configuration/guide/sec_cfg_ips_ps6350_TSD_Products_Configuration_Guide_Chapter.html

    Hope this helps

  11. Sesano says:

    Ok

    How about the RFC 1918 Private Address range.

    Where is this located in DoC-CD

  12. Sesano – Security – ACL Favorites link once again for those.

    Make sure you get the wildcard masks correct to not oversummarize.

  13. stefan says:

    For those who like to have it in wiki style:

    http://supportwiki.cisco.com

    cheers
    stefan

  14. Alexis says:

    Sesano> here a small trick to find the ports during the exam, open the Windows command prompt and do:
    notepad C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc\services

    ;-)

  15. JohnThom says:

    I found another great source for port number info…it is probably overkill for the R&S lab, but I was just wondering how do you know what you will be able to access from the lab pc?

    Application Networking services –> Wide Ara Application Services –> Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) Software –> configuration guides –> Cisco Wide Area Application Services Configuration Guide (Software Version 4.0.1) –> Default Application Policies

    or http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/app_ntwk_services/waas/waas/v401/configuration/guide/apx_apps.html

  16. Nice find – you have access to anything on the Products tab of the following link

    http://www.cisco.com/web/psa/products/tsd_products_support_configure.html:

  17. JohnThom says:

    Excellent…thanks

  18. Nick says:

    Hi,

    the link to RTP ports is wrong isnt it? It says RTP ports range from ” 16384 to 32764″

    Should it not be 16384 to 32767 ?

    Thanks for the blog

  19. Hi Nick!

    Great catch – sorry about that – I updated the post to feature an easier location to find – and one that is actually technically correct. :-)

  20. Mihai says:

    Hi,

    I got this gem few minutes ago from Dale Shaw on GS:

    http://blog.internetworkexpert.com/2008/12/19/ccent-saving-your-router-or-switch-configurations-to-your-pc/#more-399

    I always wanted this. It is great!

    Thanx and keep up with your good work.

  21. steven says:

    @Mihai: how do you get to this link?
    i’ve found no way to get there by using the main entry link.

    -seven

  22. george says:

    Does anybody know Where is role-based cli?

  23. Josh says:

    I was unable to find BGP Best Path Selection with from the original post, however I found it using the following:

    Cisco IOS Software -> 12.2 -> Cisco IOS Release 12.2 Configuration Guides and Command References -> Cisco IOS IP Configuration Guide, Release 12.2 -> IP Routing Protocols -> BGP -> How BGP Selects Paths

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  25. noobie7 says:

    Where can I find zone based firewall and flexible packet matching in the DOC CD?

  26. noobie7 says:

    Hi,

    Where can I find ZBFW and viruses port for e.g, slammer virus on the DOC CD?

  27. Ernest says:

    Another option for the port numbers info is typing the commands:

    sh ip port-map

    or

    sh ip nbar port-map

    and that can be done from the router itself

 

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