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Module 4: Integrated IS-IS

4.1 IS-IS Fundamentals
4.1.1 Uses for IS-IS Routing
4.1.2 IS-IS and OSPF
4.1.3 IS-IS Routing
4.1.4 IS-IS Features
4.1.5 IS-IS Link-State Operation
4.1.6 Integrated IS-IS
4.1.7 Principles and Issues of IS-IS Design
4.1.8 The ES-IS Protocol
4.1.9 OSI Routing Levels
4.1.10 IS-IS and OSPF Network Design
4.1.11 Differences Between Integrated IS-IS and OSPF
4.2 ISO Addressing
4.2.1 NSAP Addresses
4.2.2 NSAP Address Structure
4.2.3 NSAP Address Example
4.2.4 Identifying Systems in IS-IS
4.2.5 NET Addresses
4.2.6 Subnetwork Point of Attachment, Circuits, and Links
4.2.7 IS-IS Routing Levels
4.2.8 Intra-Area and Interarea Addressing and Routing Logic
4.2.9 OSI Addressing in Networks Example
4.2.10 Route Leaking
4.3 IS-IS Operation
4.3.1 IS-IS Protocol Data Units
4.3.2 Link-State Packets
4.3.3 LSP Headers
4.3.4 Implementing IS-IS in NBMA Networks
4.3.5 Implementing IS-IS in Broadcast Networks
4.3.6 LSP and IIH Levels
4.3.7 Comparing Broadcast and Point-to-Point Topologies
4.3.8 Link-State Database Synchronization
4.3.9 LSDB Synchronization
4.3.10 LAN LSDB Synchronization Example
4.3.11 Point-to-Point LSDB Synchronization Example
4.3.12 LAN Adjacencies
4.3.13 WAN Adjacencies
4.4 Configuring Basic Integrated IS-IS
4.4.1 Integrated IS-IS in an CLNS Environment
4.4.2 Building a Routing Table
4.4.3 Steps to Configuring Integrated IS-IS
4.4.4 Step 1: Define Area and Addressing
4.4.5 Step 2: Enable IS-IS on the Router
4.4.6 Step 3: Configure the NET
4.4.7 Step 4: Enable Integrated IS-IS on the Proper Interface
4.4.8 Simple Integrated IS-IS Example
4.5 Optimizing IS-IS
4.5.1 Changing the IS-IS Router Type
4.5.2 Changing the IS-IS Interface Level
4.5.3 Changing the IS-IS Metric
4.5.4 Tuning IS-IS Configuration Example
4.5.5 Configuring Route Summarization in IS-IS
4.6 Verifying and Troubleshooting IS-IS
4.6.1 IS-IS Lab
4.6.2 Verifying CLSN IS-IS Structures
4.6.3 Troubleshooting Integrated IS-IS Configurations
4.6.4 Troubleshooting Integrated IS-IS Configuration Example
4.7 IS-IS Lab Exercises
4.7.1 Lab 4-1 Configuring Basic Integrated IS-IS
4.7.2 Lab 4-2 Multi-Area Integrated IS-IS
4.7.3 Lab 4-3 Configuring IS-IS over Frame Relay
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