Routing Protocols and Architectures
by Luca Ghio, et al.
Publisher: Wikibooks 2016
Number of pages: 108
Contents: Forwarding and routing; Routing algorithms; The Distance Vector algorithm; The Link State algorithm; Hierarchical routing; Inter-domain routing; Multicast routing; Routing Information Protocol; IGRP and EIGRP; Open Shortest Path First; Inter-domain routing; Border Gateway Protocol; IPv6 routing; Multicast routing; Content Delivery Networks; etc.
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