Internet routing architectures

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Cisco Press, 1997 - Computers - 477 pages
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The contemporary internet. Evolution of the internet. ISP services and characteristics. Handling IP address depletion. Routing protocol basics. Interdomain routing basics. Tuning BGP capabilities. Effective internet routing designs. Redundancy, symmetry, and load balancing. Controlling routing inside the autonomous system. Controlling large-scale autonomous systems. Designing stable internets. Internet routing device configuration. Configuring basic BGP functions and attributes; Configuring effective internet routing policies.

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User Review  - Tj Vreugdenhil - Goodreads

The first 8 chapters or so were pretty dry. But the last few chapters did have very good BGP concepts and examples of different configurations. I like how the author used Basic router names and kept using the same routers to make different configurations possible. Thanks Sam! Read full review

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User Review  - Alberto J - Goodreads

concepts basics about bgp and type configuration Read full review

Contents

The Contemporary Internet
1
ISP Services and Characteristics
37
Handling IP Address Depletion
53
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Halabi is an expert in complex routing protocols such as BGP4 and OSPF.

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