-- The key to controlling Cisco routers -- IOS (Internetwork Operating System) is the language used by administrators to manage Cisco equipment, IOS is the foundation for controlling Cisco routers. The Cisco Press coverage of this topic is one of the series' greatest faults. Like most of the other titles in this line, they are repackages of existing Cisco documentation.-- Strong market -- From the success of our Cisco Technical Expert series and the Cisco CCIE Study Guide, the Cisco book-buying market is strong and vast. IOS is a fundamental component to this market and it is must-have information for any administrator.-- Open market for this information -- IOS is the complete basis of managing networks with Cisco equipment. Beyond the Cisco documentation there is a lack of information available to help administrators.-- IOS and IP -- This will cover installation of routing protocols, and configuration in a pure IP environment as well as communication with non-IP networks. It's the complete guide for Cisco IOS operation under IP environments.-- Easy-to-use layout -- Designed to serve as a basic day-to-day operation manual for administrators of Cisco IOS. Includes a fully cross-referenced command summary for readers to quickly look-up commands and their meanings.-- TWO CCIES -- John Albritton and Mickey Stewart are both CCIEs. They offer the expert, experienced advice that administrators seek on a daily basis. This advice you can't find in Cisco documentation.