|Internet Routing Architectures||
Internet Routing Architectures
|88.90||approx. 7-9 days|
Valuable classroom text covering protocols and routine.
Internet Routing Architectures, Second Edition is a complete resource for Internet routing solutions and scenarios. This book expands on the highly successful First Edition with new updates on BGP4, as well as current perspectives on internetworking routing architectures. This book is intended for the advanced networking computer science course and provides the student with the knowledge required to build an efficient, reliable enterprise network accessing the Internet.
Prepares students for real ISP connectivity problems. Ex.___
Prepares students for work with essential routing protocols. Ex.___
Provides students with the beginning knowledge on how to integrate the network on the global Internet and discover how to build large-scale autonomous systems. Ex.___
Instructors can bring to students the insight and experience of an expert, regarded as authority, on theoretical and real-world routing practices. Ex.___
I. THE CONTEMPORARY INTERNET.1. Evolution of the Internet.
II. ROUTING PROTOCOL BASICS.4. Interdomain Routing Basics.
III. EFFECTIVE INTERNET ROUTING DESIGNS.6. Tuning BGP Capabilities.
IV. INTERNET ROUTING DEVICE CONFIGURATION.11. Configuring Basic BGP Functions and Attributes.
V. APPENDIXES.Appendix A: BGP Command Reference.
The industry's leading resource for Internet routing solutions and scenarios
Internet Routing Architectures, Second Edition, explores the ins and outs of interdomain routing network designs with emphasis on BGP-4 (Border Gateway Protocol Version 4)--the de facto interdomain routing protocol.
Using a practical, example-oriented approach, this comprehensive resource provides you with real solutions for ISP connectivity issues. You will learn how to integrate your network on the global Internet and discover how to build large-scale autonomous systems. You will also learn to control expansion of interior routing protocols using BGP-4, design sound and stable networks, configure the required policies using Cisco IOS Software, and explore routing practices and rules on the Internet.
Danny McPherson is currently Director of Architecture, Office of the CTO, at Amber Networks. Formerly, he held technical leadership positions with four Internet service providers (Qwest, GTE Internetworking, Genuity, and internetMCI), where he was responsible for network and product architecture, routing design, peering, and other business- and policy-related issues. McPherson is an active contributor to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), as well as several other standards bodies. He is an acknowledged expert in Internet architecture and routing protocols.
Sam Halabi is the Vice President of Business Development at Extreme Networks, responsible for defining the company's service provider product and business strategy. Recognized as one of the industry's foremost experts in the Service Provider market, Halabi has more than 15 years of experience in complex routing protocols and the design of large-scale IP networks. He is the author of the best-selling book Internet Routing Architectures, a definitive resource for internetworking design alternatives and solutions.
Halabi has held various marketing positions with leading data communications companies, including Cisco Systems, 3Com and Pluris. While at Cisco Systems, he led the Company's IP Carrier marketing efforts.
An active member in the industry, Halabi serves as a board member of the Optical Internetworking Forum and of the MPLS Forum.