Interconnections: Bridges, Routers, Switches and Internetworking Protocols, Second Edition. 3 reviews. by Radia Perlman. Publisher: Addison-Wesley. This Second Edition is expanded and updated to cover the newest tree algorithm The differences between bridges, routers, and switches Virtual LANs. Interconnections: Bridges, Routers, Switches, and Internetworking Protocols This Second Edition is expanded and updated to cover the newest developments .
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Written by the inventor of many of the algorithms that make switching and routing robust and efficient, Interconnections, Second Edition offers an expert’s insight into how and why networks operate as they do. Perlman describes all of the major networking algorithms and protocols in use today in clear and concise terms, while exploring snd engineering trade-offs that the different approaches represent.
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Interconnections: Bridges, Routers, Switches, and Internetworking Protocols, 2nd Edition
Get unlimited access to videos, live online training, learning paths, books, tutorials, and more. Start Free Trial No credit card required. View table of contents. Book Description Radia Perlman’s Interconnections is recognized as a leading text on networking theory and practice. The book contains extensive coverage of such topics as: Essential Networking Concepts 1. Important Properties of a Network 1. Reliable Data Transfer Protocols Homework 2. Data Link Layer Issues 2.
Interconnections: Bridges, Routers, Switches and Internetworking Protocols, Second Edition [Book]
What Is a LAN? Names, Addresses, Routes 2. Multicast versus Unicast Addresses 2. The Broadcast Address 2. Logical Link Control 2. Reasons for Bridges 2. Point-to-Point Links Homework 3. The No-Frills Bridge 3. The Learning Bridge 3. Spanning Tree Algorithm 3. Selecting Spanning Tree Ports 3. Spanning Tree Algorithm Refinements 3.
Avoiding Temporary Loops 3. Station Cache Timeout Values 3. Assigning Port Numbers 3. Bridge Message Formats 3. Configuration Message Format 3.
Interconnections: Bridges, Routers, Switches, and Internetworking Protocols by Radia Perlman
Topology change notification format 3. Other Bridge Issues 3. Multiply Connected Stations 3.
Configuration of Filtering 3. Not Quite Transparent 3. Remote Bridges Homework 4. Interconnechions Routing Bridges 4. Pure Source Routing 4. The Routing Header 4. Internal LAN Number 4. Reasons for Parallel Bridges 4. Specifically Routed Packets 4.
All Paths Explorer Packets 4. Spanning Tree Explorer Packets 4. Packets from a TB Port 4. Packets from an SR Port 4. When to Find a Route 4. How to Find a Route 4. Route Finding Strategy 1 4. Route Finding Strategy 2 4. Route Find Strategy 3 4. Route Finding Strategy 4 4. Route Finding Strategy 5 4.
Route Finding Strategy 6 4.
Route Discovery by the Destination 4. Source Routing versus Interconneftions Bridging 4. Ease of Configuration 4. Cost and Performance of Bridges 4. Ideas for Improving Source Route Bridging 4.
Autoconfiguration with Source Route Bridging 4.
Fixing the Exponential Overhead Homework 5. The Learning Hub and Security 5. Store-and-Forward and Spanning Tree 5. Mixing Layer 1 and 2 Switches 5. Products versus Standards, Layer 1 versus Layer 2 5. Routdrs Is the Network Layer? Network Service Types 6. Sample Service Model Choices 6. Connectionless versus Connection-oriented Homework 7.
Generic Connection-oriented Network 7. Reliable Connection-oriented Service 7.
The Basic Idea 7. Virtual Circuit Numbers 7. Reliable Connections over Datagrams Method 7. Asynchronous Transfer Mode 7. Virtual Circuits and Virtual Paths 7. ATM Service Categories 7.
Setting Up and Releasing Calls 7. ATM Adaptation Layers 7. Generic Connectionless Service 8. Service Class Information 8. Bandwidth Reservation and Service Guarantees 8. Special Route Computation 8. Fragmentation and Reassembly 8. Maximum Packet Size Discovery Homework 9. Network Layer Addresses 9.
Hierarchical Addresses with Fixed Boundaries 9.
Hierarchical Addresses with Flexible Boundaries 9. Owning versus Renting Addresses 9. Types of Addresses 9. IP Address Conventions 9. Text Representation of IP Addresses 9. Privacy Issue with Unique IDs 9. Ugly Rumors about IPX 9.
Administering IPX Addresses 9. Written Representation of IPv6 Addresses 9.