OSPF: Anatomy of an Internet Routing Protocol
Readers will find clear explanations of routing fundamentals, such as how a router forwards packets, IP addressing, CIDR (Classless Inter-Domain Routing), the routing table, Internet routing architecture, and the two main routing technologies - Distance Vector and link-state algorithms. OSPF is discussed in depth, with an examination of the rationale behind OSPF's design decisions and how OSPF has evolved to keep pace with the rapidly changing Internet environment. Readers will gain a sophisticated understanding of Internet routing and of the OSPF protocol in particular. Moreover, the book's practical focus will enable you to put this knowledge to work in your network environment.
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additional advertised aggregation algorithm allows applications AS-external-LSAs assigned attached broadcast bytes calculation called cause changes Chapter checksum Class common configured connection cost default described Designated Router destination developed directly Distance Vector DVMRP entries error Ethernet example exchange extensions external failure field Figure flooding forwarding function given group members header Hello host ICMP implementation imported indicates interface Internet IP address IPv6 layer length link-state database Membership messages metric MOSPF multicast routing multiple neighbor network segment operation Options original OSPF routers OSPF routing domain packet particular path performance prefix problems provides received router-LSA routing information routing protocols routing table running seconds segment sent separate sequence single SNMP specification stub subnet synchronization System TCP/IP tion traceroute traffic tree Type unicast updates virtual