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Learn practical guidelines for designing and deploying a scalable BGP routing architecture

  • Up-to-date coverage of BGP features like performance tuning, multiprotocol BGP, MPLS VPN, and multicast BGP
  • In-depth coverage of advanced BGP topics to help design a complex BGP routing architecture
  • Practical design tips that have been proven in the field
  • Extensive configuration examples and case studies

BGP Design and Implementation focuses on real-world problems and provides not only design solutions, but also the background on why they are appropriate and a practical overview of how they apply into a top-down design. The BGP protocol is being used in both service provider and enterprise networks. The design goals of these two groups are different, leading to different architectures being used in each environment. The title breaks out the separate goals, and resulting solutions for each group to assist the reader in further understanding different solution strategies.

This book starts by identifying key features and functionality in BGP. It then delves into the topics of performance tuning, routing policy development, and architectural scalability. It progresses by examining the challenges for both the service provider and enterprise customers, and provides practical guidelines and a design framework for each. BGP Design and Implementation finishes up by closely looking at the more recent extensions to BGP through Multi-Protocol BGP for MPLS-VPN, IP Multicast, IPv6, and CLNS.

Each chapter is generally organized into the following sections: Introduction, Design and Implementation Guidelines, Case Studies, and Summary.

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Learn practical guidelines for designing and deploying a scalable BGP routing architecture

  • Up-to-date coverage of BGP features like performance tuning, multiprotocol BGP, MPLS VPN, and multicast BGP
  • In-depth coverage of advanced BGP topics to help design a complex BGP routing architecture
  • Practical design tips that have been proven in the field
  • Extensive configuration examples and case studies

BGP Design and Implementation focuses on real-world problems and provides not only design solutions, but also the background on why they are appropriate and a practical overview of how they apply into a top-down design. The BGP protocol is being used in both service provider and enterprise networks. The design goals of these two groups are different, leading to different architectures being used in each environment. The title breaks out the separate goals, and resulting solutions for each group to assist the reader in further understanding different solution strategies.

This book starts by identifying key features and functionality in BGP. It then delves into the topics of performance tuning, routing policy development, and architectural scalability. It progresses by examining the challenges for both the service provider and enterprise customers, and provides practical guidelines and a design framework for each. BGP Design and Implementation finishes up by closely looking at the more recent extensions to BGP through Multi-Protocol BGP for MPLS-VPN, IP Multicast, IPv6, and CLNS.

Each chapter is generally organized into the following sections: Introduction, Design and Implementation Guidelines, Case Studies, and Summary.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 BGP for the Enterprise and Service Providers 9 avril 2004
Par S. Chang - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
Randy Zhang and Micah Bartell's BGP Design and Implementation (ISBN: 1587051095, Cisco Press) is a new and welcome addition to Cisco Press's growing BGP library. Unlike previous BGP works, this book assumes that the reader already has a solid understanding of BGP theory and mechanics, and is geared for those people interested in real world BGP design, implementation, and management in enterprise and service provider networks. The book covers the following four major categories:
* Advanced BGP: Building Blocks, Performance Tuning, Policy Control
* Designing BGP Enterprise Networks: Core & Internet Connectivity
* Designing BGP Service Provider Networks: iBGP, Route Reflection & Confederations, and Service Provider Architecture
* Implementing BGP Multiprotocol Extensions: MPLS VPN, Multicast, IPv6
As the title suggests, BGP Design and Implementation goes into the depths of what to consider when implementing or managing a large BGP network. It is not for the casual reader as it is filled with large-scale design theory, and unless you are actually working with BGP at this level, it will be mostly an academic exercise and can drag on at times. Other foundational BGP theory books such as Halabi's Internet Routing Architectures will be a better fit for the CCNP/CCIE student. On the other hand, if the reader does or is contemplating using BGP at the enterprise or service provider level, this is an excellent resource to read and keep as a reference.
The real value of this book is in the practical configuration designs that the authors propose based off of their experiences. For example, the explanation of BGP memory and CPU tuning based on small packet handling efficiency is not only surprisingly informative, but Zhang and Bartell solidify their theory by providing benchmark results. Not to be misunderstood, there is plenty of "theory" in this book, but it normally prefaces a case study that ties the practical to the theoretical. It was good to see examples of a BGP implementation at the enterprise core instead of merely seeing ISP connectivity examples, although there is plenty of information in that area as well. The service provider section of the book proves to be interesting, going into examples of how providers more commonly use route reflectors, or how transit and peering connectivity is controlled, but it seems that the authors are writing more to the enterprise customer than they are to the service provider. Perhaps they do this so the enterprise customer can have a better understanding of the carrier network. From a provider perspective, much of the information seems basic and would not be new to an experienced network engineer. It's in the final section of BGP extensions regarding MPLS VPN's, multicast, and IPv6, that the information presented might be of additional value to the service provider engineer. The typical customer might be more accustomed of thinking about VPN's in terms of IPSec and IKE, or simple static rendezvous points for multicast. It's interesting to see how BGP can help expand these concepts into a broader scale, spreading across disparate networks and protocols.
If you have the proper expectations before reading the book, there really aren't that many drawbacks to the book itself. The majority of the information is not a repeat from previous works on BGP, and there is a good amount of practical examples and case studies. There aren't a lot of straight IOS config examples, but rather much of the conversation stays at the design level, which if you're the type of person that prefers to actually see the CLI commands, this can be frustrating at times. It's also questionable as to how valuable the third section of the book (service provider networks) would be to actual experienced service providers, but from an enterprise customer perspective, it is very informative. To the casual reader and someone not very familiar with BGP, this book will most likely prove to be much too boring and technically challenging. Perhaps a subtitle of "Enterprise and Service Provider Networks" would have better clarified the scope of the book.
BGP Design and Implementation is an excellent resource for people serious about BGP, and it is even more helpful to those actually working with BGP as it provides useful, practical design and tuning models.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Real world BGP - advanced solutions 19 avril 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
This book provides an excellent reference for understanding advanced BGP designs and implementations. It expands on the general BGP functionality and configuration covered in other BGP books like Internet Routing Architectures (ISBN: 157870233X). If you need a general BGP book or are just starting to learn BGP, start with Internet Routing Architectures to learn about BGP then use this book to understand how to use BGP.
Advanced BGP design concepts are presented in a logical flow and practical design scenarios are included to help you understand how and why the concept is deployed. In addition to advanced BGP designs, topics covered are performance tuning, policy control, Enterprise and Service Provider design guidelines, MPLS VPN, Multicast and IPv6. These are topics not clearly discussed in Cisco documentation with this same emphasis on learning advanced BGP concepts. My only wish (not a complaint in any way) is that a chapter or appendix was included as a general BGP review for reference. Maybe in the 2nd edition as the book is updated? Kudos to the authors and Cisco Press for compiling this information in such a useful and readable book! Highly recommend!!
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 BGP like you have never seen it. 24 février 2004
Par "istong" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
Advanced BGP Design and Implementation (Zhang, Bartell Cisco Press, 2004, ISBN 1-58705-109-5) is a great book on advanced BGP concepts.
There are a few chapters at the beginning that cover the history and basics of BGP. Then it dives right into the settings and tuning of BGP. This book is not for the faint of heart as it kicks in quick with in depth coverage of all that is BGP. You definitely want to have a good solid understanding of BGP basics before reading this book.
You should consider reading other BGP reference books first such as Sam Halabi's Internet Routing Architectures, William Parkhurst's Cisco BGP 4 Command and Configuration Handbook (Cisco Press, 2001) and various Cisco whitepapers and BGP design documents from their website. It will definitely help you to absorb more of this book and will give you a good basis to then get into the fine-tuning aspects of BGP.
The book covers many of the advanced BGP topics that you would normally have to dig for in RFC's and various other resources and books. This is a great reference book to keep on the shelf and have handy (once you have read it a few times first of course). I personally enjoyed the extensive coverage of BGP policy enforcement in chapter 4, which is critical to getting the most out of BGP. Also there was great coverage of multi protocol BGP and Inter-AS VPN's with MPLS as it relates to BGP. This is a topic of great interest today for those looking at label switching for logical separation and/or for traffic engineering.
Other topics of interest included IPv6, Interdomain Multicast and scaling BGP using confederations and route reflectors, and merging BGP autonomous systems. It was great to learn of the memory requirements implemented on Cisco routers. This was something that has always been a concern for many people with older routers and various memory and flash constraints.
I found the diagrams and examples to be extremely valuable. The authors explained very nicely topics that often are difficult to understand or grasp. Their examples portrayed real world scenarios, which made it even easier to relate to and to understand. Always helpful to have something that you can apply to your particular situation or job function.
I would say due to the granularity of detail covered in this book, it is geared more towards large enterprise backbones and Internet Service Provider backbones.
This is a great resource to have, especially if you want to delve into the inner workings and mysteries of BGP.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Outstanding, PRACTICAL BGP Book! 2 septembre 2004
Par JR - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
I would just like to add my comments to the list of reviews: if you work with BGP this book is essential! What makes this book unique is that it is intended for the real-world, production environment engineer, with outstanding results. Personally, I have used this book on two major projects with excellent results; I am sure I would not have been able to find this type of information, knowledge in any single place - if at all - since as another reviewer noted, it distills years of practical experience into a well organized, accessible format. Again, my thanks to Mssrs. Zhang and Bartell for a truly outstanding, practical book that has saved me hours of work, research. Highly recommended!!
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Reference 24 janvier 2004
Par Paul Miller - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
I recently read the book titled "BGP Design and Implementation" by Randy Zhang and Micah Bartell. ISBN: 1587051095. In my opinion, this title is a magnificent compliment to two other great titles from Cisco Press, "Internet Routing Architectures", by Sam Halabi, ISBN: 157870233X and we mustn't forget the other great title "Cisco BGP-4 Command and Configuration Handbook" by William Parkhurst, ISBN: 158705017X. Each title has it's own strengths, but "BGP Design and Implementation" is a great hybrid of the two former titles on BGP.
This book covers information that is either extremely hard to find, privileged information or it just hadn't been documented yet. This book gives you the knobs to turn, to tune BGP into everything it can be.
I think the book is laid out very well. The authors do a great job of laying down foundational information on the subjects that are discussed in later chapters. The book starts off and goes 0 to 60 in about two chapters. Advanced topics and issues are discussed first, so the reader is not left in the dust when the more complex topics and details are covered.
There are some great tip pertaining to BGP convergence tuning. The chapter is very well documented with several supporting examples. Some of the sections give great detail and are easily understood, but there are no command examples of how to implement the information. For example, TCP tuning is well documented, but there is no information on how to change the Maximum Segment Size on a router. Another great section pertains to how to leverage a feature in OSPF so that OSPF is aware of BGP. Unfortunately, the feature appears to be limited to a special IOS release. So certain sections would require the reader to either know how to implement the information or to look up the related commands to implement the information.
The book contains information on everything from building a BGP network Core to Load Balancing in a Multihome Environment. It focuses on how to make BGP scalable and how to configure BGP to maximize performance. Making this book essential for any Networking Professional that has or will deploy BGP. There are more tips and suggestions on architectural considerations than any other reference I've seen relating to the implementation of BGP.
The use of confederations, Route Reflectors and VPN/MPLS are well documented and studied in this book. The Authors have done a wonderful job of explaining the challenges of using Route Reflectors and Confederations and even how to migrate the two. These topics are very complex in nature, yet the books explanations and supporting diagrams are easy to follow, turning a complex issue into a manageable one.
The book has several supporting diagrams and tables that reinforce the author's message. I found the diagrams to be easy to follow and understand. Most all of the commands that are listed in the book have examples of output and highlighting to help weed through the output information and draw out the points.
A good portion of the book relates to the Internet Service Providers use of the BGP protocol. I say about half the book covers ISP related material and the other half for the Enterprise Engineer that want to get a good handle on BGP and make it scale.
This book is best suited for Intermediate to Expert Networking professionals. Because of it's heavy information on ISP related features, I'd say that Networking Professionals in the ISP space would get the most bang out of this book, not to count out the Enterprise folks though. This book has a wealth of information that can help the Enterprise professionals take a BGP implementation to the next level or perhaps fine tune the protocol to get maximum performance.
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