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Author: Rui Valadas
Publisher: Milton : Chapman and Hall/CRC, 2019.
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Valadas, Rui.
Link State Routing : Principles and Technologies.
Milton : Chapman and Hall/CRC, ©2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rui Valadas
ISBN: 9780429651120 0429651120
OCLC Number: 1088332513
Notes: 3.1.2 Determining end-to-end shortest paths
Description: 1 online resource (427 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; I Introduction; 1: Routing and Addressing; 1.1 The physical elements of computer networks; 1.2 Names, addresses, and paths; 1.3 Internet addressing architecture; 1.4 Dealing with size and heterogeneity; 1.4.1 The TCP/IP layered architecture and the routing function; 1.4.2 Subnets, address structure, and forwarding tables; 1.4.3 Routing domains and Autonomous Systems; 1.5 The path selection process; 1.6 End-to-end routing; 1.7 Representing the network topology; 1.7.1 Types of layer-2 connections 1.7.2 Representing networks through graphs1.8 Correctness and performance of routing protocols; 1.8.1 Reliable transmission of control messages; 1.8.2 Detecting router and link failures; II Principles; 2: Principles of Single-Area Link State Routing; 2.1 Hello protocol; 2.1.1 Hello protocol for reliable networks; 2.1.2 Dealing with unreliable networks; 2.1.3 Monitoring bidirectional communications; 2.1.4 The complete Hello protocol; 2.1.5 Identifying neighbors; 2.1.6 Additional uses of the Hello protocol; 2.2 LSDB structure; 2.2.1 The network map; 2.2.1.1 The network representation 2.2.1.2 Configuration of router and link identiers2.2.1.3 Dynamic point-to-point link identiers; 2.2.1.4 Dynamic shared link identiers and designated routers; 2.2.1.5 Types of network changes and their consequences; 2.2.1.6 Reaction to shared link partitioning; 2.2.1.7 Reaction to router failures; 2.2.1.8 The shared-link-NR; 2.2.2 The area-internal addressing information; 2.2.2.1 Separating topological and addressing information; 2.2.2.2 The area-internal-prefix-NR; 2.2.2.3 Mixing topological and addressing information; 2.2.3 The link information 2.2.4 Interconnection with other routing domains2.2.4.1 Exporting and importing addressing information; 2.2.4.2 The domain-external-prefix-NR; 2.2.5 NR identiers; 2.2.6 Summary of LSDB structure; 2.3 From the LSDB to the forwarding table; 2.3.1 Building the network graph and associating destination prefixes with nodes; 2.3.2 Determining shortest paths on a graph --
Dijkstra's algorithm; 2.3.3 Determining shortest paths to destination prefixes and assembling local routing information; 2.3.4 Default routes; 2.4 Dissemination and updating of routing information; 2.4.1 NR freshness 2.4.2 Identication of NR instances2.4.3 Controlled flooding; 2.4.4 Reliable flooding; 2.4.5 The dissemination of NRs; 2.4.6 Deleting NRs; 2.4.7 Control messages; 2.4.8 Wraparound problem; 2.4.9 Removal of outdated NRs; 2.5 Initial LSDB synchronization; 2.5.1 Which neighbors to synchronize with?; 2.5.2 Protocol for exchanging LSDBs; 2.5.3 Dealing with outdated self-originated NRs; 2.6 Summary of control messages; 3: Principles of Multi-Area Link State Routing; 3.1 Multi-area network structure and inter-area routing; 3.1.1 Steps in communicating external information across areas

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