Ravi Malhotra
  1. Preface
  2. 1. Starting Simple
  3. What Is IP Routing?
  4. Directly Connected Networks
  5. Static Routing
  6. Dynamic Routing
  7. The Routing Table
  8. Underlying Processes
  9. Summing Up
  10. 2. Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
  11. Getting RIP Running
  12. How RIP Finds Shortest Paths
  13. Convergence
  14. Subnet Masks
  15. Route Summarization
  16. Default Route
  17. Fine-Tuning RIP
  18. Summing Up
  19. 3. Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP)
  20. Getting IGRP Running
  21. How IGRP Works
  22. Speeding Up Convergence
  23. Route Summarization
  24. Default Routes
  25. Classful Route Lookups
  26. Summing Up
  27. 4. Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
  28. Getting EIGRP Running
  29. EIGRP Metric
  30. How EIGRP Works
  31. Variable Length Subnet Masks
  32. Route Summarization
  33. Default Routes
  34. Troubleshooting EIGRP
  35. Summing Up
  36. 5. Routing Information Protocol Version 2 (RIP-2)
  37. Getting RIP-2 Running
  38. RIP-2 Packet Format
  39. RIP-1/RIP-2 Compatibility
  40. Classful Versus Classless Routing Protocols
  41. Classful Versus Classless Route Lookup
  42. Authentication
  43. Route Summarization
  44. Summing Up
  45. 6. Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
  46. Getting OSPF Running
  47. OSPF Metric
  48. Definitions and Concepts
  49. How OSPF Works
  50. Route Summarization
  51. Default Routes
  52. Virtual Links
  53. Demand Circuits
  54. Stub,Totally Stubby,and Not So Stubby Areas
  55. NBMA Networks
  56. OSPF Design Heuristics 150
  57. Troubleshooting OSPF
  58. Summing Up
  59. 7. Border Gateway Protocol 4 (BGP-4)
  60. Background
  61. Getting BGP Running
  62. How BGP Works
  63. Load Balancing
  64. Route-Filtering
  65. Connecting to the Internet
  66. Choosing an ISP
  67. Troubleshooting BGP
  68. Summing Up
  69. 8. Administrative Controls
  70. Filter Routing Information
  71. Rate the Trustworthiness of a Routing Information Source
  72. Redistribute Routes
  73. Maximum Number of Paths
  74. Summing Up
  75. Index
作者:Ravi Malhotra
原版书出版商:O'Reilly Media
Ravi Malhotra
Ravi Malhotra (iparch@yahoo.com )began working for AT&T Bell Labs in 1986, doing R&D work. Since then he has taught data communications at universities, managed IP networks for several large financial houses, and written several magazine assignments. Mr. Malhotra possesses degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
The animal on the cover of IP Routing is a zebu.Zebus are a type of Bos indicus cattle,characterized by a large fatty hump over the top of the shoulder and neck,loose skin under the throat,and large,drooping ears.They are an intermediate size for beef cattle-bulls generally weigh from 1,600 to 2,200 pounds and cows from 1,000 to 1,400 pounds-but have comparatively long legs and are extremely hardy.Zebu cattle breeds include Gyr,Guzerat,Indu-Brazil,Nelore,Red Zebu,and Gray Zebu.They originated in India and are thought to be the world's oldest domesticated cattle.Zebus were introduced into the U.S.(where they are called Brahman cattle)in the mid-19th century as draft animals,but they later interbred with other cattle breeds and produced hybrids that were bigger,grew faster,and were better suited for milk and beef production.These hybrids exhibited greater resistance to heat,disease,and cattle ticks than ordinary domestic cattle and consequently tended to fare better than the cattle the colonists had brought from Europe.