By Walter J. Goralski
* Discusses how community site visitors circulate is advanced via the truth that every one routing seller has its personal propietary implementation or extension to the routing protocols. * Covers either Juniper and Cisco routing, and touches on different seller implementations. * specializes in routing coverage, overlaying Border Gateway Protocol extensive. * comprises real-world multivendor configuration examples.
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