- Hardcover: 976 pages
- Publisher: Cisco Press (April 21, 2001)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1578700892
- ISBN-13: 978-1578700899
- Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 2.2 x 9.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 33 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #924,722 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Nothing's more central to the Internet than the TCP/IP protocol stack, so internetworking engineers need to know--or have access to--as much information about it as possible. That's the function of Routing TCP/IP, Volume II, an encyclopedic reference that covers pretty much every aspect of TCP/IP internetworking in deep, practical detail. This is one of the books that working experts should always have at hand, and one of the best choices for people studying for the higher-level Cisco certification examinations, especially the Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) laboratory protocols. Jeff Doyle and Jennifer Carroll, both CCIEs, share their background knowledge and practical wisdom in nearly 1,000 information-dense, hardbound pages.
This book works well on a lot of levels, but its careful integration of explanations (statements of applicability and references to standards documents), case studies (usually illustrated with network diagrams), configuration details (input/output listings from Cisco routers), and practical advice (a note on why network address translation isn't much of a barrier against attackers) is key to its success. The illustrators worked overtime, as well, to link Internetwork Operating System (IOS) listings with network diagrams and thereby more effectively illustrate routing behaviors. An excellent index and troubleshooting exercises similar to those on the CCIE practical exam round out this package. --David Wall
Topics covered: How TCP/IP routing works, and how to configure the routing effects you want on Cisco routing equipment. Emphasis falls on Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP), Border Gateway Protocol 4 (BGP-4), IP multicasting, IPv6, and network address translation (NAT).
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A detailed examination of exterior routing protocols and advanced IP routing issues
Routing TCP/IP, Volume II, enables you to:
* Master the operational components, configuration, and troubleshooting of BGP-4-the de facto interdomain routing protocol
* Understand the operation, configuration, and troubleshooting of NAT
* Learn how to deploy, configure, and troubleshoot IP multicast routing through an array of case studies and exercises
* Familiarize yourself with the design goals and current state of IPv6, the new generation of the IP protocol
* Implement router management through a diverse range of expert-tested methods
* Test and validate your knowledge with practical, comprehensive review questions, configuration exercises, and troubleshooting exercises
* Further your CCIE preparation while mastering advanced TCP/IP concepts
The complexities of exterior gateway protocols, including TCP connections, message states, path attributes, interior routing protocol interoperation, and setting up neighbor connections, require a comprehensive understanding of router operations in order to manage network growth. Routing TCP/IP, Volume II, provides you with the expertise necessary to understand and implement Border Gateway Protocol Version 4 (BGP-4), multicast routing, Network Address Translation (NAT), IPv6, and effective router management techniques. Jeff Doyle's practical approach, easy-to-read format, and comprehensive topic coverage make this book an instant classic and a must-have addition to any network professional's library.
Routing TCP/IP, Volume II, expands upon the central theme of Volume I: scalability and management of network growth. Volume II moves beyond the interior gateway protocols covered in Volume I to examine both inter-autonomous system routing and more exotic routing issues such as multicasting and IPv6. This second volume follows the same informational structure used effectively in Volume I: discussing the topic fundamentals, following up with a series of configuration examples designed to show the concept in a real-world environment, and relying on tested troubleshooting measures to resolve any problems that might arise. This book helps you accomplish more than earning the highly valued CCIE number after your name; it also helps you develop the knowledge and skills that are essential to perform your job at an expert level. Whether you are pursuing CCIE certification, need to review for your CCIE recertification exam, or are just looking for expert-level advice on advanced routing issues, Routing TCP/IP, Volume II, helps you understand foundation concepts and apply best practice techniques for effective network growth and management.
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Right now I'm preparing for CCIE R&S and I realized the book includes a lot of obsolete information like: EGP, Multicast Protocols like CGMP, MOSPF, DVMRP, CBT, etc.
Anyway it's a good resource and it deserves 5 stars.
The NAT section is OK with several important (and well explained) examples (usually with nice diagrams). To be honest I read through the Multicast section once but didn't find it very easy to understand and eventually had to use other Cisco press books.
Finally, again my big plus for these two books (vol 1&2) undoubtedly is given to the examples presented in various chapters. Extremely useful.
The book was a major help to me in achieving my CCIE R&S. I just with Jeff would write a Security book!
If Doyle never wrote Vol I, this book (Vol II) would definitely get a 5 star rating from me.