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As a delivery vehicle for email, web pages, text, audio, and video, the global IP network is inspiring and intimidating in its vigor and resilience. While we could discuss at length the reasons for its vigor, the resilience of this network is in large part due to IP routing.
This book introduces the reader to the intricacies of IP routing as it is implemented using Cisco routers. Each section leads the reader through the basics of configuring routing protocols. This approach gives the reader a quick start with the routing protocol under discussion and reveals the underlying concepts of IP routing. What is the packet-forwarding process ? How is the routing table maintained ? How do Distance Vector algorithms work ? How do classful and classless route lookups differ ? These and other concepts are illustrated in the discussions of static routing, RIP, IGRP, and EIGRP. The limitations of these traditional routing protocols will also become obvious to the reader. Variable Length Subnet Masks, route summarization, and fast convergence are key features in the design of any large IP network. These features are discussed in the OSPF chapter, which includes an introduction to Dijkstra's algorithm, the foundation for Link State protocole.
Finally, BGP-4 is described in detail, showing the reader how to use BGP-4 attributes to set routing policies.
This book is intended for anyone interested in IP routing. While it is appropriate for a beginner, it will also be useful for anyone already familiar with IP routing who is seeking a better understanding of the underlying concepts.


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Another gem from O'Reilly 28 février 2002
Par P. S. Thurtle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Technical books are often more difficult to understand than the topics they intend to explain. Frequent readers of computing manuals have learned that O'Reilly's books are clearer in organization than others without sacrificing detail. The manual on _IP Routing_, written by Ravi Malhotra, is one of the best manuals that O'Reilly has put out yet. Malhotra's writing is personable yet clear, his use of analogies abundant, and his topic organization impeccable. Malhotra is able to provide enough detail in the book to remain useful to an experienced network administrator while still appealing to those of us with only the most casual interest in Internet Protocol Routing. I found the chapter on "Border Gateway Protocol" especially well done. This book is a gem.
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Review of "IP Routing" by Ravi Malhotra 26 février 2002
Par Max Daigle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As a professional engineer, it is important for me to keep up to date with the latest in technology. For a learning tool to be effective not only is the subject matter important but the way in which the material is presented. I need to grasp the concepts quickly and retain that knowledge. I found Mr. Malhotra's "IP Routing" to be an excellent example of a well written learning tool. The subject matter is presented in a clear, articulate manner that was easy to follow and retained my interest from start to finish. I would highly recommend this book.
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Under the Hood of IP 19 mai 2002
Par ira - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Mr. Malhotra's book offers an exceptionally clear look under the hood of IP technology. As a director of the Center of Computer Technology in NYC, I am continually reading large numbers of books in many areas of the computer world. I only wish that all these books were as clarifying and effective as this one. The author knows how to communicate the methodology of IP technology in a way that offers insight to its workings. This book takes one deeper than the step-by-step approach, and advances the kind of substantial understanding that would benefit anyone desiring to become a valued professional. While this first edition has several typographical errors, they are insignificant beside the indisputable value of its top notch content, and its colorful, insightful delivery. This is easily a five star choice!
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Uninteresting and doesn't cover much for the topic. 11 mai 2003
Par Tim Greer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I don't see the point. There's not a lot that can be used or applied. Just reading generalizations and not offering anything near the amount of knowledge and usefulness as a book dedicated to this topic should.
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Excellent breakdown for all technical levels. 19 mars 2002
Par Michael J Woznicki - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
In the world of networking, both local and wide area, a good network administrator must understand what it takes to perform IP routing. The understanding of dynamic routing versus static routing, defining route and setting up the optimal network. In this manual you have over 200 pages to help that task.

I found that section for RIP, with convergence and route summarization to very helpful in my current job and it also gave me several tips and tricks to enhance my current network, which I have installed.

The book also covers IGRP, EIRGP, VLSM, BGP as well as explaining in good detail RIP2 classful versus classless routing techniques. In the OSPF protocol a breakdown of stub, totally stub and not so stubby have excellent breakdowns and for the first time I have a better understanding of the concepts.

The author breaks the book down into how the protocols work, what happens when they run, how to setup them up and troubleshooting in case of errors or failures by use of screen shots and commands.

There are some typos but that is normal with any manual, overall any network or router technician should be able to find useful information throughout the book.
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