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Author: Michael Beebe
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : American Medical Association, 2008.
ISBNISSN: 9781603590648, 1603590641
Notes: 817 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Responsibility: CPT 2009 professional edition: current procedural terminology
Edition: Print book : English : Professional ed
IntroductionPart One: Prehistoric Dartmoor1. From antiquary to landscape archaeologists: the discovery of Dartmoor's remote past 2. Mesolithic to Bronze Age3. Settlement and land division in the 2nd millennium BC4. The Iron Age and Romano-British periods, 800 BC to AD 409 Part Two: The medieval and post-medieval landscape5. Early medieval Dartmoor, AD 410-10666. Castles and status around medieval Dartmoor 7. Medieval farming and settlement on the uplands8. The medieval tin industry, 1150-1700 9. Warreners and improvers in the post-medieval and early-modern periodsPart Three: The industrial and military landscape10. Moorstone and granite11. Mining for tin, copper and silver-lead12. China clay13. Miscellaneous industries: peat, gunpowder mills, ice works and tramways 14. Security and defence in the modern period 15. Conclusion "A photographic journey around Eastern Argyll"--Cover. "Science workbook"--Cover. Describes the large luxury liner which sank in 1912 and the discovery and exploration of its underwater wreckage. Introduction: Doctrine matters --
Orthodoxy, heterodoxy, and heresy --
Roman Catholicism --
The Magisterial Reformation --
The Radical Reformation --
Revivalism --
Non-mainstream Christians --
Non-Christian religions --
Epilogue. "Are you an Orthodox Christian who wonders how to explain to your Baptist grandmother, your Buddhist neighbor, or the Jehovah's Witness at your door how your faith differs from theirs? Or are you a member of another faith who is curious what Orthodoxy is all about? Look no further. In Orthodoxy & Heterodoxy, Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick covers the gamut of ancient heresies, modern Christian denominations, fringe groups, and major world religions, highlighting the main points of each faith. This book is an invaluable reference for anyone who wants to understand the faiths of those they come in contact with--as well as their own"--Page 4 of cover. "All scripture NKJV unless otherwise noted." Prayer that moves mountains --
The secret of the presence of God --
The secret of praise --
The secret of world vision --
The secret of praying in the will of God --
The secret of knowing what to pray for --
The secret of daily contact --
The secret of the blood covenant --
The secret hindrance to prayer --
The secret of prayer that anticipates evil --
The secret of receiving financial blessings --
The secret to increasing power in prayer 10-fold --
The secret by which power can be increased 100-fold --
The secret of the unseen enemy --
The secret of the authority of prayer --
The secret of the faith that moves mountains --
The secret of prayer and fasting --
The secret of dominion in prayer --
The secret of prayer without ceasing. Originally published: London: Preface, 2008.
Includes index. Three novels in one book. With a mother's heart --
Listening to her heart --
Secondhand heart. Three women find new love is sometimes the best way to let go of difficult pasts. Judy is the only eyewitness to a crime that has her and her nephew running from the man who killed the boy's father. Ginny is happy to be taking care of her sick aunt but feels duped after she finds out her aunt simply wants to play matchmaker for her. Rheumatic fever led to a heart transplant for Sammy three years ago, and soon after she received her vagabond sister's three children to raise. Can the burdened hearts of these women have room for love? 1. Words --
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2. Additions --
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Rephrasing --
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Amplification --
Corrections --
Abuse --
Curses --
3. Repetitions --
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Repeated vowels --
Repeated syllables --
Rhyme --
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Repeated phrases --
2. Reverberations --
Immediate repetitions --
Delayed repetitions --
Initial repetitions --
Final repetitions --
Divided couples --
Bookends --
Landings --
Ladders --
5. Transformations --
Sense shifting --
Form shifting --
Repeated structures --
Sound-alikes --
6. Substitutions --
Parts of speech --
Related words --
Unrelated words --
Nicknames --
Exaggerations --
Mock rhetoric --
Euphemism --
Malaprops --
Malaforms --
7. Omissions --
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Omitted nouns --
Omitted verbs --
Complex omissions --
Unfinished thoughts --
Humility --
Swearing --
8. Order --
"If" constructions --
"Either/or" constructions --
"Neither/nor" constructions --
Similes --
Metaphor --
Parable --
Personification --
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Negation --
Antithesis --
Asking questions --
Answering questions --
9. Disorder --
Parenthesis --
Nouns and adjectives --
Word order --
Cart before the horse --
Divorced partners --
Disordered lists --
Paradox --
Oxymoron --
Puns --
Miscommunications. "For readers who have a passion for Shakespeare, writers who wish to learn from his remarkable craft, actors, directors, and others who want to know what's behind the immortal Bard's glorious words, author Scott Kaiser takes a comprehensive look at Shakespeare's stellar use of language devices throughout his plays, devices he used to ink memorable lines." "In a clear, accessible, non-academic style - using plain terms, modern quotes, and several thousand examples - Mr. Kaiser deftly reveals how Shakespeare's lasting lines were not accidental or coincidental, but designed and crafted by a master of the word to delight the ear, stimulate the mind, and stir the heart."--Jacket. The Juntas de Sanidad and the Protomedicato, 1800-1836 --
Union and control : professional reorganization and the new nation, 1800-1860 --
The medical profession and public health, 1831-1872 --
Training future generations : medical education, 1800-1870 --
In search of recognition : the establishment of the Academy of Medicine, 1820-1827. The first comprehensive analysis of the professionalization of medicine in postcolonial Mexico. Nine-year-old Harriet Johnson goes ice-skating to strengthen her legs after an illness, befriends Lalla, the orphaned daughter of a great figure skating star, and finds encouragement to become a champion. Previous edition: published as Wan technologies CCNA 4 labs and study guide (Cisco Networking Academy Program). 2006.
Includes CD-ROM. Introduction xx Chapter 1 Introduction to WANs 1Providing Integrated Services to the Enterprise 2 Review Question 2 Exercise 1-1: Browsing Through Internet Routing Tables 2 Exercise 1-2: Tracing a Path Through the Internet 4WAN Technology Concepts 6 Review Question 6WAN Connection Options 6 Review Questions 7Chapter Review Vocabulary Exercise: Matching 8Chapter Review Multiple-Choice Questions 9Lab 1-1: Challenge Review Lab (1.4.1) 13 Scenario 14 Task 1: Prepare the Network 14 Task 2: Perform Basic Device Configurations 15 Task 3: Configure and Activate Serial and Ethernet Addresses 15 Task 4: Configure STP 15 Task 5: Configure VTP 15 Task 6: Configure VLANs 15 Task 7: Configure RIP Routing 15 Task 8: Configure OSPF Routing 16 Task 9: Configure EIGRP Routing 16 Task 10: Document the Router Configurations 16 Task 11: Clean Up 16Packet Tracer Exercise: Comprehensive WAN Fundamentals 16Packet Tracer Skills Integration Challenge 16 Task 1: Configure Static and Default Routing 18 Task 2: Add and Connect the BRANCH Router 19 Task 3: Add and Connect the Switches 19 Task 4: Add and Connect the PCs 19 Task 5: Perform Basic Device Configuration 20 Task 6: Configure OSPF Routing 20 Task 7: Configure STP 21 Task 8: Configure VTP 21 Task 9: Configure Trunking 21 Task 10: Configure VLANs 21 Task 11: Verify End-to-End Connectivity 22 Chapter 2 PPP 23Serial Point-to-Point Links 24 Review Questions 25PPP Concepts 25 Vocabulary Exercise: Matching 26Configuring PPP 27 Review Questions 27Configuring PPP with Authentication 27 Review Questions 28Chapter Review: Multiple-Choice Questions 28Chapter Review Exercise 32Lab 2-1: Basic PPP Configuration Lab (2.5.1) 33 Scenario 34 Task 1: Prepare the Network 34 Task 2: Perform Basic Router Configuration 34 Task 3: Configure and Activate Serial and Ethernet Addresses 35 Task 4: Configure OSPF on the Routers 35 Task 5: Configure PPP Encapsulation on Serial Interfaces 37 Task 6: Break and Restore PPP Encapsulation 44 Task 7: Configure PPP Authentication 45 Task 8: Intentionally Break and Restore PPP CHAP Authentication 49 Task 9: Document the Router Configurations 51 Task 10: Clean Up 54 Packet Tracer Companion: Basic PPP Configuration (2.5.1) 54Lab 2-2: Challenge PPP Configuration (2.5.2) 55 Scenario 56 Task 1: Prepare the Network 56 Task 2: Perform Basic Router Configuration 56 Task 3: Configure and Activate Serial and Ethernet Addresses 56 Task 4: Configure OSPF on Routers 57 Task 5: Configure PPP Encapsulation on Serial Interfaces 57 Task 6: Intentionally Break and Restore PPP Encapsulation 57 Task 7: Configure PPP CHAP Authentication 57 Task 8: Intentionally Break and Restore PPP CHAP Authentication 57 Task 9: Document the Router Configurations 57 Task 10: Clean Up 57 Packet Tracer Companion: Challenge PPP Configuration (2.5.2) 57Lab 2-3: Troubleshooting PPP Configuration (2.5.3) 58 Scenario 59 Task 1: Load Routers with the Supplied Scripts 59 Task 2: Find and Correct Network Errors 64 Task 3: Document the Corrected Network 64 Task 4: Clean Up 64 Packet Tracer Companion: Troubleshooting PPP Configuration (2.5.3) 64Packet Tracer Exercise 2-1: PPP 64Packet Tracer Exercise 2-2: PPP Troubleshooting 65Packet Tracer Skills Integration Challenge 65 Task 1: Configure Static and Default Routing 66 Task 2: Add and Connect a Router 67 Task 3: Design and Document an Addressing Scheme 67 Task 4: Add and Connect the Devices in the Address Space 68 Task 5: Configure Basic Device Settings 68 Task 6: Configure PPP Encapsulation with CHAP Authentication 69 Task 7: Configure OSPF Routing 69 Task 8: Configure VLANs 69 Task 9: Verify Connectivity 70 Chapter 3 Frame Relay 71Basic Frame Relay Concepts 72 Review Questions 73Configuring Frame Relay 73 Vocabulary Exercise: Matching Terms 74Advanced Frame Relay Concepts 74 Fill-in-the-Blank Exercise 75Configuring Advanced Frame Relay 75 Vocabulary Exercise: Matching Commands 76Chapter Review Multiple-Choice Questions 78Lab 3-1: Basic Frame Relay (3.5.1) 82 Scenario 83 Task 1: Prepare the Network 83 Task 2: Perform Basic Router Configuration 84 Task 3: Configure Frame Relay 85 Task 4: Verify the Configuration 90 Task 5: Troubleshoot Frame Relay 94 Task 6: Configure a Frame Relay Subinterface 99Lab 3-2: Challenge Frame Relay Configuration (3.5.2) 105 Scenario 106 Task 1: Prepare the Network 106 Task 2: Perform Basic Router Configuration 106 Task 3: Configure IP Addresses 106 Task 4: Configure EIGRP on Routers R1 and R2 107 Task 5: Configure Frame Relay PVC Between R1 and R2 107 Task 6: Intentionally Break the PVC, and Then Restore It 107 Task 7: Configure Frame Relay Subinterfaces 107 Task 8: Intentionally Break the PVC, and Then Restore It 107 Task 9: Document the Router Configurations 107 Task 10: Clean Up 107Lab 3-3: Troubleshooting Frame Relay (3.5.3) 108 Scenario 108 Task 1: Prepare the Network 108 Task 2: Troubleshoot and Repair the Frame Relay Connection Between R1 and R2 112 Task 3: Document the Router Configurations 112 Task 4: Clean Up 112Lab 3-4: Frame Relay with Subinterfaces 112 Scenario 114 Task 1: Configure the HQ Router 114 Task 2: Configure Subinterfaces on the HQ Router 114 Task 3: Configure the Serial Interface on the Branch 1 Router 114 Task 4: Configure the Serial Interface on the Branch 2 Router 115 Task 5: Configure the Serial Interface on the Branch 3 Router 115 Task 6: Configure the FastEthernet Interface on the Branch 1 LAN 115 Task 7: Configure the FastEthernet Interface on the Branch 2 LAN 115 Task 8: Configure the FastEthernet Interface on the Branch 3 LAN 115 Task 9: Configure EIGRP 116 Task 10: Verify the Configurations 116 Packet Tracer Companion: Frame Relay Full Mesh 116Packet Tracer Skills Integration Challenge 116 Task 1: Configure PPP with CHAP Between Devices 118 Task 2: Configure Full-Mesh Frame Relay 119 Task 3: Configure Static and Default Routing 120 Task 4: Configure and Test Inter-VLAN Routing 121 Task 5: Configure VTP and Trunking on the Switches 121 Task 6: Configure VLANs on the Switch 122 Task 7: Configure and Verify VLAN 99 123 Task 8: Configure S1 as Root for All Spanning Trees 123 Task 9: Assign Ports to VLANs 124 Task 10: Test End-to-End Connectivity 124 Chapter 4 Network Security 125Introduction to Network Security 126 Vocabulary Exercise: Matching 126 Vocabulary Exercise: Completion 127Securing Cisco Routers 128 Describe Good Password Practices 128 Configuring Router Passwords 128Secure Router Network Services 129 Vulnerable Router Services Exercise 130 Securing Routing Protocols: Completion 130Using Cisco Security Device Manager 131 Preparing a Router for SDM 131Secure Router Management 132 Managing Cisco IOS Images: Identify Commands 132 Managing Cisco IOS Images: Short Answer 132 Password-Recovery Exercise 133Lab 4-1: Basic Security Configuration (4.6.1) 135 Scenario 135 Task 1: Prepare the Network 136 Task 2: Perform Basic Router Configurations 137 Task 3: Secure the Router from Unauthorized Access 137 Task 4: Secure Access to the Network 140 Task 5: Logging Activity with SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) 143 Task 6: Disabling Unused Cisco Network Services 144 Task 7: Managing Cisco IOS and Configuration Files 150 Task 8: Using SDM to Secure a Router 159 Task 9: Document the Router Configurations 165 Task 10: Clean Up 165Lab 4-2: Challenge Security Configuration (4.6.2) 165 Scenario 166 Task 1: Prepare the Network 167 Task 2: Perform Basic Router Configurations 167 Task 3: Secure Access to Routers 168 Task 4: Secure Access to the Network 168 Task 5: Logging Activity with SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) 168 Task 6: Disabling Unused Cisco Network Services 168 Task 7: Managing Cisco IOS and Configuration Files 169 Task 8: Using SDM to Secure R2 169 Task 9: Document the Router Configurations 169 Task 10: Clean Up 169Lab 4-3: Troubleshooting Security Configuration (4.6.3) 170 Scenario 170 Task 1: Load Routers with the Supplied Scripts 171 Task 2: Find and Correct All Network Errors 179 Task 3: Document the Corrected Network 180 Task 4: Clean Up 180Packet Tracer Skills Integration Challenge 180 Task 1: Configure Routing 181 Task 2: Configure OSPF Authentication 182 Task 3: Upgrade the Cisco IOS Image 182 Chapter 5 ACLs 183Using ACLs to Secure Networks 184 Multiple-Choice Questions 185Configuring Standard ACLs: Command Exercise 187Configuring Extended ACLs 189 Vocabulary Exercise: Matching Terms 189 Extended ACL Command Exercise 190Configuring Complex ACLs 191 Review Questions 191 Vocabulary Exercise: Matching Terms 192Lab 5-1: Basic Access Control Lists (5.5.1) 193 Scenario 194 Task 1: Prepare the Network 194 Task 2: Perform Basic Router Configurations 194 Task 3: Configure a Standard ACL 195 Task 4: Configure an Extended ACL 197 Task 5: Control Access to the VTY Lines with a Standard ACL 198 Task 6: Troubleshoot ACLs 200 Task 7: Document the Router Configurations 201 Task 8: Clean Up 201 Packet Tracer Companion: Basic Access Control Lists (5.5.1) 201Lab 5-2: Access Control Lists Challenge (5.5.2) 202 Task 1: Prepare the Network 203 Task 2: Perform Basic Router Configurations 203 Task 3: Configure Standard ACLs 203 Task 4: Configure Extended ACLs 203 Task 5: Verify an ACL 204 Task 6: Document the Router Configurations 204 Task 7: Clean Up 205 Packet Tracer Companion: Challenge Access Control Lists (5.5.2) 205Lab 5-3: Troubleshooting Access Control Lists (5.5.3) 205 Scenario 206 Task 1: Load Routers with the Supplied Scripts 206 Task 2: Find and Correct Network Errors 206 Task 3: Document the Corrected Network 206 Task 4: Clean Up 206 Packet Tracer Exercise 5.1: Named Access Control Lists 207 Packet Tracer Exercise 5.2: Access Control Lists 207Packet Tracer Skills Integration Challenge 207 Introduction 208 Task 1: Configure PPP with CHAP Authentication 208 Task 2: Configure Default Routing 209 Task 3: Configure OSPF Routing 209 Task 4: Implement Multiple ACL Security Policies 210 Chapter 6 Teleworker Services 213Business Requirements for Teleworker Services 214 Review Questions 214Broadband Services: Fill-in-the-Blank Exercise 215VPN Technology 216 Vocabulary Exercise: Matching 216 Multiple-Choice Questions 217Packet Tracer Exercise 6-1: DSL/Cable Configuration 219Packet Tracer Exercise 6-2: Wireless Configuration 219Packet Tracer Skills Integration Challenge 219 Task 1: Apply Basic Router Configurations 221 Task 2: Configure Dynamic and Default Routing 221 Task 3: Establish Teleworker Services 221 Task 4: Test Connectivity Before ACL Configuration 222 Task 5: Apply ACL Policies 222 Task 6: Test Connectivity After ACL Configuration 222 Chapter 7 IP Addressing Services 223DHCP 224 Vocabulary Exercise: Matching 224Scaling Networks with NAT 225 Fill-in-the-Blank Exercise 225 Vocabulary Exercise: Matching 226Reasons for Using IPv6 226 Multiple-Choice Questions 227 Concept Questions 230Lab 7-1: Basic DHCP and NAT Configuration (7.4.1) 231 Scenario 232 Task 1: Prepare the Network 232 Task 2: Perform Basic Router Configurations 232 Task 3: Configure PC1 and PC2 to Receive an IP Address Through DHCP 232 Task 4: Configure a Cisco IOS DHCP Server 234 Task 5: Configure Static and Default Routing 237 Task 6: Configure Static NAT 237 Task 7: Configure Dynamic NAT with a Pool of Addresses 238 Task 8: Configure NAT Overload 240 Task 9: Document the Network 241 Task 10: Clean Up 241 Packet Tracer Companion: Basic DHCP and NAT Configuration (7.4.1) 241Lab 7-2: Challenge DHCP and NAT Configuration (7.4.2) 242 Scenario 243 Task 1: Prepare the Network 243 Task 2: Perform Basic Router Configurations 243 Task 3: Configure a Cisco IOS DHCP Server 243 Task 4: Configure Static and Default Routing 244 Task 5: Configure Static NAT 245 Task 6: Configure Dynamic NAT with a Pool of Addresses 245 Task 7: Document the Network 246 Task 8: Clean Up 246 Packet Tracer Companion: Challenge DHCP and NAT Configuration (7.4.2) 246Lab 7-3: Troubleshooting DHCP and NAT (7.4.3) 246 Scenario 247 Task 1: Prepare the Network 247 Task 2: Find and Correct Network Errors 250 Task 3: Document the Router Configurations 251 Task 4: Clean Up 251 Packet Tracer Companion: Troubleshooting DHCP and NAT Configuration (7.4.3) 251Lab 7-4: IPv6 Basic Configuration Using an Adtran 251 Scenario 251 Task 1: Upgrade IOS to Support IPv6 252 Task 2: Enter Basic Configuration for Each Device 252 Task 3: Enable IPv6 Forwarding 253 Task 4: Configure IPv6 Addresses 254 Task 5: Create and Address Loopbacks 255 Task 6: Configure RIPng Routing 256 Task 7: Test Connectivity 258Lab 7-5: IPv6 Basic Configuration Using a Frame Switch 259 Scenario 259 Task 1: Upgrade IOS to Support IPv6 259 Task 2: Enter the Basic Configuration for Each Device 260 Task 3: Enable IPv6 Forwarding 261 Task 4: Configure IPv6 Addresses 262 Task 5: Create and Address Loopbacks 263 Task 6: Configure RIPng Routing 265 Task 7: Test Connectivity 269 Task 8: Advertise the Default Route 269Packet Tracer Exercise 7-1: DHCP 270Packet Tracer Exercise 7-2: DHCP Troubleshooting 270Packet Tracer Exercise 7-3: Configuring NAT, PAT, and Static NAT 270Packet Tracer Exercise 7-4: Double NAT with DHCP 270Packet Tracer Skills Integration Challenge 270 Task 1: Apply Basic Configurations 272 Task 2: Configure PPP Encapsulation with CHAP 272 Task 3: Configure Dynamic and Default Routing 273 Task 4: Configure Routers Using DHCP 273 Task 5: Verify That PCs Are Automatically Configured with Addressing Details 274 Task 6: Configure a DNS Server with DNS Entries 274 Task 7: Configure an ACL to Permit NAT 274 Task 8: Configure Static NAT 275 Task 9: Configure Dynamic NAT with Overload 275 Task 10: Configure the ISP Router with a Static Route 275 Task 11: Test Connectivity 275 Chapter 8 Network Troubleshooting 277Documenting Your Network 278 Concept Questions 278Troubleshooting Methodologies and Tools 279 Multiple-Choice Questions 280WAN Communications 281 Fill-in-the-Blank Exercise 282Network Troubleshooting 282 Vocabulary Exercise: Define 283Activity 8-1: Troubleshooting Role Play (8.3.7) 284 Scenario 284 Task 1: Build the Network 285 Task 2: Test the Network 285 Task 3: Break the Network 285 Task 4: Troubleshoot the Problem 285 Task 5: Gather Symptoms from Suspect Devices 285 Task 6: Correct the Problem 285 Task 7: Document the Problem and Solution 285 Task 8: Reverse the Roles and Start Over 285 Task 9: Clean Up 285Lab 8-1: Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks 1 (8.5.1) 286 Scenario 287 Task 1: Load Routers with the Supplied Scripts 288 Task 2: Find and Correct All Network Errors 300 Task 3: Verify That Requirements Are Fully Met 300 Task 4: Document the Corrected Network 300 Task 5: Clean Up 300 Packet Tracer Companion: Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks 1 (8.5.1) 300Lab 8-2: Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks 2 (8.5.2) 301 Scenario 302 Task 1: Load Routers with the Supplied Scripts 303 Task 2: Find and Correct All Network Errors 314 Task 3: Verify That Requirements Are Fully Met 314 Task 4: Document the Corrected Network 314 Task 5: Clean Up 314 Packet Tracer Companion: Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks 2 (8.5.2) 314Lab 8-3: Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks 3 (8.5.3) 315 Scenario 316 Task 1: Load Routers with the Supplied Scripts 317 Task 2: Find and Correct All Network Errors 328 Task 3: Verify That Requirements Are Fully Met 328 Task 4: Document the Corrected Network 328 Task 5: Clean Up 328 Packet Tracer Companion: Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks 3 (8.5.3) 328Packet Tracer Exercise 8-1: Comprehensive Network Troubleshooting 329Packet Tracer Skills Integration Challenge 329 Task 1: Configure Frame Relay in a Hub-and-Spoke Topology 331 Task 2: Configure PPP with CHAP and PAP Authentication 332 Task 3: Configure Static and Dynamic NAT on HQ 332 Task 4: Configure Static and Default Routing 332 Task 5: Configure Inter-VLAN Routing 333 Task 6: Configure and Optimize EIGRP Routing 333 Task 7: Configure VTP, Trunking, the VLAN Interface, and VLANs 333 Task 8: Assign VLANs and Configure Port Security 334 Task 9: Configure STP 334 Task 10: Configure DHCP 334 Task 11: Configure a Firewall ACL 335 Task 12: Configure Wireless Connectivity 335 Task 13: Network Troubleshooting 336 Appendix How to Install SDM 337Step 1: Preparation 337Step 2: Prepare the Router for SDM 337Step 3: Configure Addressing 338Step 4: Extract SDM on the Host 338Step 5: Install SDM on the PC 338Step 6: Run SDM from the PC 339Step 7: Install SDM to the Router 341Step 8: Run SDM from the Router 343