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Juniper and Cisco routing : policy and protocols for multivendor IP networks / Walter J. Goralski.

By: Goralski, Walter J.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Indiana : Wiley Pub., c2002Description: xxviii, 723 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0471215929 (acidfree paper); 9780471215929.Subject(s): TCP/IP (Computer network protocol) | Routers (Computer networks)DDC classification: 004.67 Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Table of contents | WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Acknowledgments. Introduction. PART I: THE INTERNET AND THE ROUTER. Chapter 1. A Brief History of the Internet and Router. Chapter 2. TCP/IP Survivor's Guide. Chapter 3. IP Addressing and Routing. Chapter 4. Subnets and Supernets. Chapter 5. Cisco Router Configuration. Chapter 6. Juniper Networks Router Configuration. PART II: INTERIOR ROUTING PROTOCOLS. Chapter 7. RIP. Chapter 8. Configuring RIP. Chapter 9. OSPF. Chapter 10. Configuring OSPF. Chapter 11. IS-IS. Chapter 12. Configuring IS-IS. PART III: EXTERIOR ROUTING PROTOCOLS. Chapter 13. BGP. Chapter 14. Configuring BGP. PART IV: IGP ROUTING POLICIES. Chapter 15. Routing Policy. Chapter 16. IGP Routing Policies. PART V: EGP ROUTING POLICIES. Chapter 17. Basic BGP Routing Policies. Chapter 18. As Path and Local Preference. Chapter 19. BGP Community and Route Damping. Acronyms. Bibliography. Index.
Summary: Discusses how network traffic flow is complicated by the fact that each routing vendor has its own propietary implementation or extension to the routing protocols. * Covers both Juniper and Cisco routing, and touches on other vendor implementations. * Focuses on routing policy, covering Border Gateway Protocol in depth.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents Acknowledgments. Introduction. PART I: THE INTERNET AND THE ROUTER. Chapter 1. A Brief History of the Internet and Router. Chapter 2. TCP/IP Survivor's Guide. Chapter 3. IP Addressing and Routing. Chapter 4. Subnets and Supernets. Chapter 5. Cisco Router Configuration. Chapter 6. Juniper Networks Router Configuration. PART II: INTERIOR ROUTING PROTOCOLS. Chapter 7. RIP. Chapter 8. Configuring RIP. Chapter 9. OSPF. Chapter 10. Configuring OSPF. Chapter 11. IS-IS. Chapter 12. Configuring IS-IS. PART III: EXTERIOR ROUTING PROTOCOLS. Chapter 13. BGP. Chapter 14. Configuring BGP. PART IV: IGP ROUTING POLICIES. Chapter 15. Routing Policy. Chapter 16. IGP Routing Policies. PART V: EGP ROUTING POLICIES. Chapter 17. Basic BGP Routing Policies. Chapter 18. As Path and Local Preference. Chapter 19. BGP Community and Route Damping. Acronyms. Bibliography. Index.

Discusses how network traffic flow is complicated by the fact that each routing vendor has its own propietary implementation or extension to the routing protocols. * Covers both Juniper and Cisco routing, and touches on other vendor implementations. * Focuses on routing policy, covering Border Gateway Protocol in depth.

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