OSPF: Anatomy of an Internet Routing Protocol
Addison-Wesley Professional, 1998 - 339 páginas
Readers will find clear explanations of routing fundamentals, such as how a router forwards packets, IP addressing, CIDR (Classless Inter-Domain Routing), the routing table, Internet routing architecture, and the two main routing technologies - Distance Vector and link-state algorithms. OSPF is discussed in depth, with an examination of the rationale behind OSPF's design decisions and how OSPF has evolved to keep pace with the rapidly changing Internet environment.
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Internet Routing Overview
Internet Routing Protocols
The OSPF Protocol
OSPF Network Types
Hierarchical Routing in OSPF
An OSPF FAQ
Internet Multicast Routing
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advertised area border routers ARPANET AS-external-LSAs Backup Designated Router BGP router BGP routing broadcast subnet bytes checksum CIDR configured connection cost data-link Database Description database synchronization default route Demand Circuit destination DVMRP DVMRP router Ethernet example external routes external-attributes-LSA Figure flooding forwarding Frame Relay group members group-membership-LSA hierarchical routing IBGP ICMP IGMP IGRP interface Internet routing IP address IP multicast IP subnet IPv6 IS-IS Link State ID link-state database link-state routing protocol LS Type MBONE metric MOSPF multicast address multicast datagrams multicast routing protocol NBMA neighbor network segment network-LSA NSSA Options original OSPF area OSPF packets OSPF protocol OSPF routing domain OSPF's ping Point-to-MultiPoint prefix problems readvertised received router F router-LSA routing calculations routing information routing table routing table entry routing updates Section Sequence Number shortest paths SNMP specification stub areas summary-LSAs TCP/IP tion traceroute unicast unicast routing UNIX virtual links