M

MAC (Media Access Control) sublayer (OSI

model, data link layer), 7 mainframe computing, Enterprise Data

Center networks, 271 malware, 654

MAN (Metropolitan-Area Networks)

Enterprise Edge networks, 343 availability in, 344 Cisco IOS Packaging, 348-352 hardware selection, 348 IP VPN, 346 ISP, 345-346

network growth, support for, 344 network segmentation support, 345 operational complexity, 344 operational expenses, 344 private connectivity migration, costs from, 345 Private WAN, 345 self-deployed MPLS, 346 software selection, 348 SP MPLS, 346 video support, 344 voice support, 344 WAN architecture comparison chart, 346-347 wireless MAN, 565 management architectures (networks), 186 CDP, 205-207 FCAPS model, 188 ISO model, 188 MIB, 187

Cisco MIB, 195 example of, 196 Internet hierarchy, 192 MIB-II, 194

polling guidelines, 195-196 NetFlow, 202-205

RMON, 187, 197

NetFlow versus, 204-205 RMON1, 198-199 RMON2, 199-200 SNMP, 187-188

SNMPv1, 189-190 SNMPv2, 190 SNMPv3, 191 syslog accounting, 207-210 management interface (WLC), 590 MAP (MultiService Access Points), outdoor wireless network design considerations MAP-to-RAP connectivity, 633 Poletop MAP, 632 marking packets, 242, 538 masks (subnet), 37, 390-393 MBSA (Microsoft Baseline Security

Analyzer), 657 MCU (Multipoint Control Units), H.323, 506 medium branch office architectures

(Enterprise Branch architectures), WAN architectures, 360 metrics (routing), 438-441 Metro Ethernet, 304, 315 MGCP (Media Gateway Control Protocol), 520-521

MIB (Management Information Bases), 187

Cisco MIB, 195 example of, 196 Internet hierarchy, 192 MIB-II, 194

polling guidelines, 195-196

Mission-Critical Data class (QoS), 358 MISTP (Multiple-Instance STP), 248 MLP (Multilink PPP), WAN design, 324 MLS (multilayer switching)

Enterprise Campus networks, 237 history of, 238 network flows, 237 mobile wireless technologies, WAN, 310 mobility, UWN, 602

intercontroller roaming, 604-606 intracontroller roaming, 603 mobility groups, 607-608 recommended practices for, 609

modems (cable), 308

modular networks (Enterprise Architecture), 141

ANS, 183-186

Enterprise Campus modules, 143, 146 Campus Infrastructure module,

148-149 guidelines for, 150 Server Farm module, 149, 170-172 Enterprise Edge modules, 150 E-commerce module, 152 guidelines for, 154

Internet Connectivity module, 152-153 Remote Access and VPN module, 153 voice network design, 180 WAN and MAN and Site-to-Site VPN module, 144, 154 high availability services link redundancy, 175-176 route redundancy, 173-174 Server Farm modules, 170-172 interactive services, 159-161 redundancy, 170

link redundancy, 175-176 route redundancy, 173-174 Remote Enterprise modules

Enterprise Branch module, 144, 157 Enterprise Data Center module, 144, 158

Enterprise Teleworker module, 145, 158

security services external security threats, 166-168 high availability services, 169 internal security, 162-166 Service Provider modules, 155

Frame Relay/ATM module, 156-157 Internet Service Provider module, 156 PSTN module, 156 voice services evaluating data infrastructures, 181 IP telephony, 177-178 voice network design, 179-180 VoIP, 177 wireless services, 181-183 Monitor mode (lightweight AP), 601 Monitor step (network security policies), 667 monitoring networks (network design methodologies), 119-120

monomode fiber cabling. See single-mode fiber cabling MOS (Mean Opinion Score), codecs, 531 mPing tests, mobility groups, 608 MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching)

FEC, 301 FRR, 303

Label Distribution Protocol, 302 LSP, 302 LSR, 301-303 multiprotocol support, 303 QoS support, 303

self-deployed MPLS, Enterprise Edge network architectures, 346 SP MPLS, Enterprise Edge network architectures, 346 traffic engineering, 303 VPN, 303, 315, 337 mu-law (companding), 482 multicast data, 14 multicast IPv6 addresses, 408 multihoming, 433 multilayer switches, 137-138

access layer (hierarchical network design),

132-133 Enterprise Campus networks building distribution layer, 254-256 Campus Core layer, 260

multimode fiber cabling, Enterprise Campus networks, 232 multipaths (RF), 567

multiplexing (OSI model, transport layer), 8

Was this article helpful?

0 0

Post a comment