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نویسنده: Timothy Burkhardt
Bgp: Building Reliable Networks with the Border Gateway Protocol Iljitsch van Beijnum
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Routing protocols solution Building multi-site networks that are separated from one another by different cities, different countries, or even different continents / geography, the needs of well-managed information between network with faster routing convergence is a must. I doubt it will spend much time there, as this will be a book you will want to leaf through often. The ability to bring together various Internet connections to create a fatter pipe is a valuable proposition to achieve Internet reliability and optimum performance. At 272 pages, this fits comfortably on any bookshelf. There can be multiple ways of multihoming ISPs, let me start by how not to multihome: A legacy way of adding multihoming to a network is by making use of BGP (Border Gateway Protocol). In traditional telecommunication networks, signaling is transported by the separate Signaling System Number 7 (SS7) network fulfilling a number of reliability and performance requirements. They are said to converge more Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is a dynamic distance vector exterior routing protocol used on the Internet to exchange routing information between autonomous systems—that is, large sections of the Internet. Leveraging Technology to Bridge to the Future. Routing Protocol solution should be based on individual network requirements, but should be limited to static routes, RIP v2, OSPF, EIGRP, IS-IS and BGP. Link state protocols are preferred to distance vector protocols in large networks because they spread more reliable routing information throughout the entire network when major changes occur in the network.