Enterprise Routing and Switching
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|Format:||Paperback, 992 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrations|
|Published In: ||United States, 13 October 1999|
Enterprise Routing and Switching provides a fundamental understanding of how switches and routers operate, enabling the reader to effectively use them to build networks. The book walks the network designer through all aspects of requirements analysis and deployment strategies. It is not intended for people concerned only with small networks with a few computers, but for people who are--or want to be--responsible for building large networks. The book strengthens readers professional abilities and helps them develop skills necessary to advance in their profession. It includes practical examples, configuration guides, case studies, tips, and warnings, and is written in an open and friendly style. The Table of Contents includes: Part I: Requirements; Part II: Selecting Technologies; Part III: Defining Your Architecture; Part IV: Deployment; and Part V: The Future.
Table of Contents
I. WHY ROUTE? WHY SWITCH? 1. What Is the Problem You Are Trying to Solve? 2. Performance Objectives and Performance Components. II. SELECTING TECHNOLOGIES. 3. How Do Switches and Routers Forward? 4. How Do Switches and Routers Find Paths? 5. Dynamic Interior Routing Information Mechanisms. 6. Host and Small Network Relaying. III. DEFINING AN ARCHITECTURE. 7. Selecting the Routing/Switching Architecture. 8. Component Selection, Fault Tolerance, and Network Management. IV. DEPLOYMENT. 9. Connection-Oriented Switching. 10. Connectionless LAN Switching. 11. Routing in a Single Area. 12. Special and Hierarchical Routing Topologies. V. NEAR-TERM FUTURES FOR ROUTING AND SWITCHING. 13. New Methods at the Enterprise Edge. 14. New Methods in the Enterprise Core. Bibliographic References. Index.
|Publisher: ||New Riders Publishing|
|Dimensions: ||24.0 x 19.0 x 5.0 centimeters (1.82 kg)|