BGP: Building Reliable Networks with the Border Gateway Protocol Paperback – 21 Sep 2002
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At 272 pages, this fits comfortably on any bookshelf. I doubt it will spend much time there, as this will be a book you will want to leaf through often. -- Emmett Dulaney, UnixReview,com. Dec 2002
About the Author
Iljitsch van Beijnum has been working with BGP in ISP and end-user networks since 1996. He has configured the protocol on single-router networks; networks with several hundred Ciscos ranging from the slowest to the fastest available; and multivendor environments with BGP running on Cisco and Juniper routers, Extreme switches, and FreeBSD hosts running GNU Zebra
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Top Customer Reviews
Far more real-world, this book covers not just the raw BGP protocol (both I and Ebgp), but also covers topics such as DoS prevention, BGP Filters, RIR/LIR requirements, how to obtain PI/PA space/table space/hardware requirements etc etc.
In a Cisco world, this book coupled with Parkhursts' Config Handbook could possibly be all the reference you would need to get by.
A definate "must have" for any engineer needing to support/deploy this protocol.
I have recommended this book to many people that I work with.
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Very good BGP explanation, well structured. I would totally recommend it. It did help me a lot in understanding the protocol.Published on 18 Oct. 2013 by Kalin Trifonov
I feel this book not only give's a good grounding in BGP but also is the first book I have read that has really been able to explain to me the LIR requirements and how you go about... Read morePublished on 22 Oct. 2006 by S. E. Pearson