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IP Routing Fundamentals

 
IP Routing Fundamentals

Author: Mark Sportack
Web Price: $40 US
Publisher: Cisco Press (53)
ISBN: 157870071X
Publication Date: 2/19/99
Pages: 528

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IP Routing Fundamentals provides a detailed examination of routers and the common routing protocols. This examination gives you the context for understanding how routers can be used most effectively in today's networks, as well as how they will continue to be used in future network design. Part One discusses the many roles routers play in networks. Part Two talks about the inner workings of routers. While Part Three discusses the operational issues of routing protocols. Part Four addresses implementation issues to provide some practical insight to the earlier sections, as well as discussing what the future of routing holds.

 

Table of Contents

  

 

 

Introduction

  

1. -

 

An Introduction to Internetworking

  

2. -

 

Understanding Internetwork Addresses

  

3. -

 

Routers and LANs

  

4. -

 

Routers and WANs

  

5. -

 

Internet Protocols Versions

  

6. -

 

Transmission Technologies

  

7. -

 

The Mechanics of Routing Protocols

  

8. -

 

Routing Information Protocol

  

9. -

 

Routing Information Protocol Version 2

  

10. -

 

Interior Gateway Routing Protocol

  

11. -

 

Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol

  

12. -

 

Open Shortest Path First

  

13. -

 

Building Internetworks

  

14. -

 

Internetworking with Dissimilar Protocols

  

15. -

 

The Future of Routing

 

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