Withdrawn Routes

Withdrawn routes provide a list of routing updates that are not feasible or that are no longer in service and need to be withdrawn (removed) from the BGP routing tables. The withdrawn routes have the same format as the NLRI: an IP address and the number of bits in the IP address, counting from the ...

Summarization Solutions

Subsequent chapters show techniques for summarizing routes for each of the routing protocols described in this book. However, it is important that you understand how to compose the summary address. The method for determining the summary is Step 1. Write each network in binary. Step 2. Determine...

Comparing IS-IS and OSPF

IS-IS and OSPF are similar protocols. Both are hierarchical link-state interior routing protocols. Table 7-4 is a comparison of the major properties of IS-IS and OSPF. Both IS-IS and OSPF are widely used in networks today. Usually IS-IS is deployed by Internet service providers (ISPs), wh...

Implementing Standards-Based Per-Hop Behavior

This recipe constructs an approximate implementation of both Expedited Forwarding and Assured Forwarding, while still ensuring that network control packets do not suffer from delays due to application traffic. With the QoS enhancements provided in IOS Version 12.1(5)T and higher, there is a straight...

PE-CE Communication via EIGRP

The solution to this problem is similar to the RIP solution. First we have to enable the routing protocol on the CE routers, which we do in the usual way: Router-CE-A1#configure terminal Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z. Router-CE-A1(config)#router eigrp 156 ...

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