Cisco Express Forwarding

Cisco Express Forwarding

2007 | 288 Pages | ISBN: 1587052369 | CHM | 4.9 MB

How does a router switch a packet? What is the difference between routing a packet, switching a frame, and packet switching? What is the CiscoExpress Forwarding (CEF) feature referred to in Cisco documentation and commonly found in Cisco IOScommands? CEF is a general term that describes the mechanism by which Cisco routers and Catalystswitches packet-switch (route) frames. CEF is found in almost all Cisco routers and Catalyst switches, and understanding how CEF operates can improve the performance, scalability, and efficiency of your network.

Cisco Express Forwarding demystifies the internal workings of Cisco routers and switches, making it easier for you to optimize performance and troubleshoot issues that arise in Cisco network environments. This book addresses common misconceptions about CEF and packet switching across various platforms, helping you to improve your troubleshooting skills for CEF- and non-CEF-related problems.

The first part of the book provides an overview of packet-switching architectures and CEF operation and advanced features. It also covers the enhanced CEF structure and general troubleshooting. The second part of the book provides case studies that focus on the common topics that have been problematic for customers and those supporting Cisco networks.

Full of practical examples and configurations, this book draws on years of experience to help you keep your Cisco networks running efficiently.


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