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Routing TCP/IP: v. 1 (CCIE Professional Development Routing TCP/IP) [Hardcover]

Jeff Doyle , Jennifer Carroll
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Table of Contents

Part I    Routing Basics

Chapter 1    TCP/IP Review

        TCP/IP Protocol Layers  

        IP Packet Header 

        IPv4 Addresses 

        First Octet Rule 

        Address Masks 

        Subnets and Subnet Masks 

        Designing Subnets 

        Breaking the Octet Boundary 

        Troubleshooting a Subnet Mask 

        Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) 

        Proxy ARP 

        Gratuitous ARP 

        Reverse ARP 

        Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) 

        Host-to-Host Layer 



        Looking Ahead 

        Summary Table: Chapter 1 Command Review 

        Recommended Reading 

        Review Questions 

        Configuration Exercises 

        Troubleshooting Exercises 


Chapter 2    IPv6 Overview 

        IPv6 Addresses  

        Address Representation 

        IPv6 Address Types 

        Global Unicast Addresses 

        Identifying IPv6 Address Types 

        Local Unicast Addresses 

        Anycast Addresses 

        Multicast Addresses 

        Embedded IPv4 Addresses 

        IPv6 Packet Header Format 

        Extension Headers 


        Neighbor Discovery Protocol 

        NDP Messages 

        Router Discovery 

        Address Autoconfiguration 

        Duplicate Address Detection 

        Neighbor Address Resolution 

        Privacy Addresses 

        Neighbor Unreachability Detection 

        Looking Ahead 

        Review Questions 


Chapter 3    Static Routing 

        Route Table  

        Configuring Static Routes 

        Case Study: Simple IPv4 Static Routes 

        Case Study: Simple IPv6 Static Routes 

        Case Study: Summary Routes 

        Case Study: Alternative Routes 

        Case Study: Floating Static Routes 

        Case Study: IPv6 Floating Static Routes 

        Case Study: Load Sharing 

        Load Sharing and Cisco Express Forwarding 

        Per Destination Load Sharing and Fast Switching 

        Per Packet Load Sharing and Process Switching 

        Which Switching Method Will Be Used? 

        Case Study: Recursive Table Lookups 

        Troubleshooting Static Routes 

        Case Study: Tracing a Failed Route 

        Case Study: A Protocol Conflict 

        Case Study: A Replaced Router 

        Case Study: Tracing An IPv6 Failed Route 

        Looking Ahead 

        Summary Table: Chapter 3 Command Review 

        Review Questions 

        Configuration Exercises 

        Troubleshooting Exercises 


Chapter 4    Dynamic Routing Protocols 

        Routing Protocol Basics  

        Path Determination 


        Hop Count 







        Load Balancing 

        Distance Vector Routing Protocols 

        Common Characteristics 

        Periodic Updates 


        Broadcast Updates 

        Full Routing Table Updates 

        Routing by Rumor 

        Route Invalidation Timers 

        Split Horizon 

        Counting to Infinity 

        Triggered Updates 

        Holddown Timers 

        Asynchronous Updates 

        Link State Routing Protocols 


        Link State Flooding 

        Sequence Numbers 


        Link State Database 

        SPF Algorithm 


        Interior and Exterior Gateway Protocols 

        Static or Dynamic Routing? 

        Looking Ahead 

        Recommended Reading 

        Review Questions 


Part II     Interior Routing Protocols

Chapter 5    Routing Information Protocol (RIP) 

        Operation of RIP  

        RIP Timers and Stability Features 

        RIP Message Format 

        Request Message Types 

        Classful Routing 

        Classful Routing: Directly Connected Subnets 

        Classful Routing: Summarization at Boundary Routers 

        Classful Routing: Summary 

        Configuring RIP 

        Case Study: A Basic RIP Configuration 


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