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Internet Routing Architectures

ISBN-10: 157870233X
ISBN-13: 9781578702336
Edition: 2nd 2000 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $74.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Cisco Press
Publication date: 8/23/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 528
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.26" tall
Weight: 2.442
Language: English

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.

DANNY McPHERSON is a member of the Architecture Team at Arbor Networks. He has held technical leadership positions with several global ISPs, is active within the IETF, and is an acknowledged expert in Internet architecture and security. He co-authored Internet Routing Architectures, Second Edition.

The Contemporary Internet
Evolution of the Internet
Origins and Recent History of the Internet
From ARPANET to NSFNET
The Internet Today
NSFNET Solicitations
Network Access Points
What Is a NAP?
NAP Manager Solicitation
Federal Internet eXchange
Commercial Internet eXchange
Current Physical Configurations at the NAP
An Alternative to NAPs: Direct Interconnections
Routing Arbiter Project
The Very High Speed Backbone Network Service
Transitioning the Regional Networks from the NSFNET
NSF Solicits NIS Managers
Network Information Services
Creation of the InterNIC
Directory and Database Services
Registration Services
NIC Support Services
Other Internet Registries
ARIN
RIPE NCC
APNIC
Internet Routing Registries
The Once and Future Internet
Next-Generation Internet Initiative
Internet2
Abilene
Looking Ahead
Frequently Asked Questions
References
ISP Services and Characteristics
ISP Services
Dedicated Internet Access
Frame Relay and ATM Internet Access
Dialup Services
Digital Subscriber Line
Cable Modems
Dedicated Hosting Services
Other ISP Services
ISP Service Pricing, Service-Level Agreements, and Technical Characteristics
ISP Service Pricing
Service-Level Agreements
ISP Backbone Selection Criteria
Demarcation Point
Looking Ahead
Frequently Asked Questions
IP Addressing and Allocation Techniques
History of Internet Addressing
Basic IP Addressing
Basic IP Subnetting
VLSMs
IP Address Space Depletion
IP Address Allocation
Classless Interdomain Routing
Private Addressing and Network Address Translation
IP Version 6
Looking Ahead
Frequently Asked Questions
References
Routing Protocol Basics
Interdomain Routing Basics
Overview of Routers and Routing
Basic Routing Example
Routing Protocol Concepts
Distance Vector Routing Protocols
Link-State Routing Protocols
Segregating the World into Autonomous Systems
Static Routing, Default Routing, and Dynamic Routing
Autonomous Systems
Looking Ahead
Frequently Asked Questions
References
Border Gateway Protocol Version 4
How BGP Works
BGP Message Header Format
BGP Neighbor Negotiation
Finite State Machine Perspective
Notification Message
Keepalive Message
Update Message and Routing Information
BGP Capabilities Negotiation
Multiprotocol Extensions for BGP
TCP MD5 Signature Option
Looking Ahead
Frequently Asked Questions
References
Effective Internet Routing Designs
Chapter Tuning BGP Capabilities
Building Peer Sessions
Physical Versus Logical Connections
Obtaining an IP Address
Authenticating the BGP Session
BGP Continuity Inside an AS
Synchronization Within an AS
Sources of Routing Updates
Injecting Information Dynamically into BGP
Injecting Information Statically into BGP
Origin of Routes
An Example of Static Versus Dynamic Routing: Mobile Networks
Overlapping Protocols: Backdoors
The Routing Process Simplified
BGP Routes: Advertisement and Storage
The BGP Routing Information Bases
Routes Received from Peers
Input Policy Engine
Routes Used by the Router
Output Policy Engine
Routes Advertised to Peers
Sample Routing Environment
BGP Decision Process Summary
Controlling BGP Routes
BGP Path Attributes
NEXT_HOP Behavior on Multiaccess Media
NEXT_HOP Behavior Over Nonbroadcast Multiaccess Media
Use of next-hop-self versus Advertising DMZ
Using Private ASs
AS_PATH and Route Aggregation Issues
AS_PATH Manipulation
Route Filtering and Attribute Manipulation
Inbound and Outbound Filtering
The Route Filtering and Manipulation Process
Peer Groups
BGP-4 Aggregation
Aggregate Only, Suppressing the More-Specific Routes
Aggregate Plus More-Specific Routes
Aggregate with a Subset of the More-Specific Routes
Loss of Information Inside Aggregates
Changing the Attributes of the Aggregate
Forming the Aggregate Based on a Subset of the More-Specific Routes
Looking Ahead
Frequently Asked Questions
References
Redundancy, Symmetry, and Load Balancing
Redundancy
Geographical Restrictions Pressure
Setting Default Routes
Symmetry
Load Balancing
Specific Scenarios: Designing Redundancy, Symmetry, and Load Balancing
Single-Homing
Multihoming to a Single Provider
Multihoming to Different Providers
Customers of the Same Provider with a Backup Link
Customers of Different Providers with a Backup Link
Looking Ahead
Frequently Asked Questions
References
Controlling Routing Inside the Autonomous System
Interaction of Non-BGP Routers with BGP Routers
Injecting BGP into the IGP
Following Defaults Inside an AS
BGP Policies Conflicting with Internal Defaults
Defaults Inside the AS: Primary/Backup BGP Policy
Defaults Inside the AS: Other BGP Policies
Policy Routing
Policy Routing Based on Traffic Source
Policy Routing Based on Traffic Source/Destination
Policy Routing Defaults to Dynamic Routing
Other Applications of Policy Routing
Looking Ahead
Frequently Asked Questions
Controlling Large-Scale Autonomous Systems
Route Reflectors
Internal Peers Without Route Reflectors
Internal Peers with Route Reflectors
Naming Conventions and Rules of Operation
Redundancy Issues and Multiple Route Reflectors in an AS
Route Reflection Topology Models
Route Reflectors and Peer Groups
Confederations
Confederation Drawbacks
Route Exchange and BGP Decisions with Confederations
Recommended Confederation Design
Confederations Versus Route Reflectors
Controlling IGP Expansion
Segmenting the AS with Multiple Regions Separated by IBGP
Segmenting the AS with Multiple Regions Separated by EBGP
Looking Ahead
Frequently Asked Questions
References
Designing Stable Internets
Route Instabilities on the Internet
IGP Instability
Faulty Hardware
Software Problems
Insufficient CPU Power
Insufficient Memory
Network Upgrades and Routine Maintenance
Human Error
Link Congestion
BGP Stability Features
Controlling Route and Cache Invalidation
BGP Route Refresh
Route Dampening
Looking Ahead
Frequently Asked Questions
Internet Routing Device Configuration
Configuring Basic BGP Functions and Attributes
Building Peering Sessions
Route Filtering and Attribute Manipulation
BGP Route Maps
Prefix Lists
Identifying and Filtering Routes Based on the NLRI
Identifying and Filtering Routes Based on the AS_PATH
Peer Groups
Sources of Routing Updates
Injecting Information Dynamically into BGP
Injecting Information Statically into BGP
Overlapping Protocols: Backdoors
BGP Attributes
The NEXT_HOP Attribute
The AS_PATH Attribute
The LOCAL_PREF Attribute
The MULTI_EXIT_DISC Attribute
The COMMUNITY Attribute
BGP-4 Aggregation
Aggregate Only, Suppressing the More-Specific
Aggregate Plus More-Specific Routes
Aggregate with a Subset of the More-Specific Routes
Loss of Information Inside Aggregates
Changing the Aggregate's Attributes
Forming the Aggregate Based on a Subset of Specific Routes
Looking Ahead
Configuring Effective Internet Routing Policies
Redundancy, Symmetry, and Load Balancing
Dynamically Learned Defaults
Statically Set Defaults
Multihoming to a Single Provider
Multihoming to Different Providers
Customers of the Same Provider with a Backup Link
Customers of Different Providers with a Backup Link
Following Defaults Inside an AS
BGP Policies Conflicting with the Internal Default
Policy Routing
Route Reflectors
Confederations
Controlling Route and Cache Invalidation
BGP Soft Reconfiguration
Outbound Soft Reconfiguration
Inbound Soft Reconfiguration
BGP Route Refresh
BGP Outbound Request Filter Capability
Route Dampening
Looking Ahead
Appendixes
BGP Command Reference
References for Further Study
Interesting Organizations
Research and Education
Miscellaneous
Books
TCP/IP-Related Sources
Routing-Related Sources
Internet Request For Comments
BGP Outbound Route Filter (ORF)
When to Use BGP ORF
Configuration
Enabling the BGP ORF Capability as Send-Mode
Enabling the BGP ORF Capability as Receive-Mode
Ensuring Backward Compatibility of the Old Knobs
EXEC Commands
Pushing Out A Prefix List and Receiving a Route Refresh from a Neighbor
Displaying the Prefix List Received from a Neighbor
Displaying Changes to the Neighbor BGP Table
Closing Remarks
Multiprotocol BGP (MBGP)
The Motivation Behind the New Command-Line Interface
Organizing Command Groups in the New Configuration
Activate
Old Style
AF Style
Network
Old Style
AF Style
Peer Groups
Old Style
AF Style
Route Maps
Old Style
AF Style
Redistribution
Old Style
AF Style
Route Reflector
Old Style
AF Style
Aggregation
Old Style
AF Style
List of BGP Commands
Upgrading to the AF Style
References
Index

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