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Re: Cisco for dummies?
That's true enough. I was just told my a vendor that the Cisco 2501A (ProLine) is actually inferior [performance-wise] to the Enterprise 2501. Not that I have ever bought a 2501A, but it was nice to know. Routing with only one protocol could cover its own book, so obviously some topics will have to be left out. I am a big fan of tomes, however, and wouldn't mind keeping a 5k page reference manual (with a killer index) in my car if I knew that there was nothing missing. -Deepak. On Fri, 8 Nov 1996, Paul J. Zawada wrote: > > Actually, to cover everything the various flavors of IOS does, you would > probably need different nutshell books targeted at different audiences, > perhaps one for each flavor of IOS. (Enterprise, IBM, Desktop, ISP...) I > don't think too many people on this list would care about the SNA $%#^ that > Cisco-Blue does. > > --zawada > > At 05:33 PM 11/8/96 -0500, Deepak Jain wrote: > > > >Actually the Nutshell books are great. "Cisco IOS in a Nutshell" I can go > >for that. Aren't they the ones that also do *the* Sendmail book? > > > > > Paul J. Zawada, RCDD | Senior Network Engineer > firstname.lastname@example.org | National Center for Supercomputing Applications > +1 217 244 4728 | http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/People/zawada > - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -