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Designing Addressing Architectures for Routing and Switching

 
Designing Addressing Architectures for Routing and Switching

Author: Howard Berkowitz
Web Price: $45 US
Publisher: MTP
ISBN: 1578700590
Publication Date: 11/25/98
Pages: 500

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The Address Book provides a systematic methodology for planning the wide area and local area network streets on which users and servers live. It guides the network designer in developing rational systems that are flexible and maintain a high level of service. The book strengthens the reader's professional abilities, imparting a system and taxonomy for building networks that meet user requirements. This book is intended for people who are--or want to be--responsible for building large networks. 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 1: Why Address; Part II: Foundation of Networking Addressing; Part III: Drawing the Network Architecture; Part IV: Implementing Network Addressing; and Part V: Integration and the Future.

 

Table of Contents

  

 

 

About the Author

  

 

 

Acknowledgments

  

 

 

About the Technical Reviewers

  

 

 

Cover Photograph: The Brooklyn Bridge

  

 

 

Preface

  

1. -

 

Introduction

  

 

 

Why Address?

  

1. -

 

What Is the Problem You Are Trying to Solve?

  

2. -

 

Principles Underlying Addressing

  

3. -

 

Application Topology: Naming Endpoints

  

 

 

Foundations of Network Addressing

  

4. -

 

Transmission System Identifiers and Logical Address Mapping: A View from the Bottom

  

5. -

 

Classical IP Addressing: An Evolution

  

6. -

 

Internet Failing: Details at 11

  

7. -

 

Addressing, Security, and Network Management

  

 

 

Drawing the Addressing Architecture

  

8. -

 

The Existing IP and Non-IP Address Structure: Preparing for Remodeling

  

9. -

 

The Address Plan

  

 

 

Implementing Network Addressing

  

10. -

 

Addressing and Name Services

  

11. -

 

Addressing in End Hosts

  

12. -

 

Addressing in Hubs and Switches

  

13. -

 

Addressing in Routers

  

14. -

 

Selective Forwarding Inside Routers

  

 

 

Integration and the Future

  

15. -

 

Your Addressing Strategy: Integration for the Present and Planning for the Future

 

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