This comprehensive guide to all the latest advances in Internet routing protocols is written in a very user friendly style. Taking an applied approach, the author. Author: Christian Huitema, Internet Architecture Board (IAB); and INRIA, France algorithms for QoS path computation and hop-by-hop routing in the internet. Routing in the Internet. This book seeks to address one very specific topic: the organization of routing, the structure that glues together the worldwide Internet.
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This is a thorough revision of the classic text on Internet routing, written by former head of Internet Architecture Board which oversees the development of Internet protocols.
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Includes updated coverage of rationale, goals and key migration issues involved in the new Version 6 of the Internet Protocol. Introduction to Routing in the Internet. How Is It Organized? A Study of Routing. Is There an Internet Architecture? Connectivity Is Its Own Reward. Developing the Internet Architecture.
The Future of the Internet. IP and Companion Protocols. The IPv6 Header Format. An Introduction to Distance Vector Protocols.
The Cost of Simplicity. Open Shortest Path First. The Link State Database. Routers or Intermediate Systems? Splitting the Internet into Autonomous Systems. Exchanging Christiah through EGP.
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Routes, Distances, and Loops. The Limits of EGP. The Concept of Path Vectors. The Border Gateway Protocol.
Synchronizing with the IGP. Addresses, Networks, and Routing Tables. The Structure of Interconnections. Routing Table Aggregation and Address Allocation.
Routing in the Internet, 2nd Edition
Is IPv6 the Solution? Waiting for the New IP. The Objectives of Policy Routing. The Future of Policy Routing. Multicast Ghe Protocols for the Internet. IP Multicast Deployment Issues. The Future of Multicast Routing. The Objectives of IP Mobility. The Future of Mobility. Do We Need Resource Reservation?
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If You’re a Student Additional order info. Description For courses in advanced Networking and Network Protocols. Explains how routing is organized within the enterprise. Used to connect companies to service providers.
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