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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The New Internet Protocol. It is composed of an introduction, a conclusion, and 4 main parts: Multicast Routing Protocols for the Internet. Click here for the book’s reference page on the Prentice hall web site.
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Routing Table Aggregation and Address Allocation. Waiting for the New IP. The Limits of EGP. Connectivity Is Its Own Reward.
If you’re interested in creating a cost-saving package for your students, contact your Pearson rep. It is also an introduction to routing protocols in general, detailing the easy-to-understand “distance vector” technology.
In the second edition, this part includes a presentation of IPv6, which has been designed as replacement for the current version, IPv4.
Routing in the Internet
Table of Contents 1. Routing in the Internet This book seeks to address one very specific topic: This part is completed by discussing the other interior routing protocols in use in the Internet. Synchronizing with the IGP. IP and Companion Protocols.
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New to This Edition. Used to connect companies to service providers. Explains how routing is organized within the enterprise.
The second part covers the routing within organizations’ networks. IP Multicast Deployment Issues. The Future of Multicast Routing. The work is protected by local and international copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning.
The Objectives of IP Mobility. Is There an Internet Architecture? The third part presents the interconnection between organizations and providers networks.
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