Addressing routing

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  • By looking at the addressing structures, you can see that even with a Class C address, there are a large number of hosts per network. Such a structure is an inefficient use of addresses if each end of a routed link requires a different network number. It is unlikely that the smaller office LANs would have that many devices. You can resolve this problem by using a technique known as subnet addressing.

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  • The following will be discussed in this chapter: ns2 goals, ns2 languages, ns2 models, ns2 components, ns2 research, ns2 platform, directory structure, class hierarchy, duality (split model), ns2 applications, ns2 agents, visualization tool, node, link, packet, addressing routing, wireless node.

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  • Administering Cisco QoS in IP Networks discusses IP Quality of Service (QoS) and how it applies to Enterprise and Service Provider environments. It reviews routing protocols and quality of service mechanisms available today on Cisco network devices (routers, switches, etc.).This guide provides examples and exercises for a hands-on experience to give you the background and necessary details to implement these capabilities in your network today.

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  • The key to a successful hierarchical network structure is proper IP address management. If addresses are assigned appropriately, it is possible to summarize routing information. TIP Each area used by OSPF or integrated IS-IS should have a contiguous set of network or subnet numbers assigned to it. The area border routers should summarize that set of addresses with an address mask. Summarization provides substantial benefits for your network.

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  • IP Addresses are great for computers – IP address includes information used for routing. IP addresses are tough for humans to remember. IP addresses are impossible to guess. – ever guessed at the name of a WWW site?

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  • For organizations looking to implement scalable, fault-tolerant, secure networks, the Advanced Networking blade enables them to run industry-standard dynamic routing protocols including BGP, OSPF, RIPv1, and RIPv2 on security gateways. OSPF, RIPv1, and RIPv2 enable dynamic routing over a single autonomous system—like a single department, company, or service provider—to avoid network failures.

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  • IP best-effort packet-delivery service: IP addressing and packet forwarding with datagram mode. Multiplexing accomplished by transport protocols (TCP, UDP). And how to build on top of the narrow waist: Domain Name System (DNS) for resolution between name and addresses, Dynamic host configuration protocol-DHCP for IP configurations.

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  • What is an advantage of the NAT-PT technique for transitioning between IPv4 and IPv6? All mappings are static. Globally routable IPv4 addressing is not required. DNS is not required. No configuration is required on end nodes. How do IPv6 enabled routers handle packet fragmentation? IPv6 routers do not perform packet fragmentation. OSPFv3 has a mechanism for determining the optimal packet size and dynamically adjusting the packet size. IPv6 routers do not perform packet fragmentation. CDP is used to discover the correct packet size for any given traffic flow....

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  • Address Conversion Functions and The Domain Name System Refs: Chapter 9 RFC 1034 RFC 1035 Netprog: DNS and name lookups 1 Hostnames • IP Addresses are great for computers – IP address includes information used for routing. • IP addresses are tough for humans to remember. • IP addresses are impossible to guess. – ever guessed at the name of a WWW site? Netprog: DNS and name lookups 2 The Domain Name System • The domain name system is usually used to translate a host name into an IP address . • Domain names comprise a hierarchy so that names are unique, yet easy to remember.

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  • Internet Routing Architectures, Second Edition expands on the highly successful first edition, with new updates on BGP4 and current perspectives on internetworking routing architectures. This book is intended for any organization needing to build an efficient, reliable, enterprise network accessing the Internet. Its purpose is to make you an expert on integrating your network into the global Internet. It is written to address real routing issues, using real scenarios, in a comprehensive and accessible manner.

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  • Every IP address must be accompanied by a subnet mask. By now you should be able to look at an IP address and tell what class it is. Unfortunately your computer doesn’t think that way. For your computer to determine the network and subnet portion of an IP address it must “AND” the IP address with the subnet mask.When you take a single network such as and divide it into five smaller networks (,,,, the outside world still sees the network as 192.100.10.

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  • When you’re subnetting an IP address for a network you have two options: classful and classless. Classful subnetting is the simplest method. It tends to be the most wasteful because it uses more addresses than are necessary. In classful subnetting you use the same subnet mask for each subnet, and all the subnets have the same number of addresses in them. Classless addressing allows you to use different subnet masks and create subnets tailored to the number of users in each group. This technique is referred to as VLSM....

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  • RFC-1631 A short term solution to the problem of the depletion of IP addresses Long term solution is IP v6 (or whatever is finally agreed on) CIDR (Classless InterDomain Routing ) is a possible short term solution NAT is another NAT is a way to conserve IP addresses Hide a number of hosts behind a single IP address Use:, or for local networks

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  • This chapter identify a router as a computer with an OS and hardware designed for the routing process; demonstrate the ability to configure devices and apply addresses; describe the structure of a routing table; describe how a router determines a path and switches packets.

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  • When the ARPANET was commissioned in 1969, no one anticipated that the Internet would explode out of the humble beginnings of this research project. Over the next decade, the number of hosts on the Internet grew exponentially, from 159,000 in October 1989 to over 72 million by the end of the millennium. As of January 2007, there were over 433 million hosts on the Internet.

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  • RIP version 2 is not a new protocol—it is RIP Version 1 with some additional fields in the route update packet, key among them being subnet mask information in each route entry. The underlying DV algorithms in RIP-2 are identical to those in RIP-1, implying that RIP-2 still suffers from convergence problems and the maximum hop- count limit of 16 hops.

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  • Upon completion of this lesson, the successful participant will be able to: Describe the basic features & concepts of link-state routing protocols, list the benefits and requirements of link-state routing protocols.

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  • Introduction to Gaia Advanced Routing Dynamic Routing is fully integrated into the WebUI and the command-line shell. BGP, OSPF and RIP are supported. Dynamic Multicast Routing is supported, using PIM (Sparse mode and Dense mode) and IGMP. DHCP Relay BOOTP/DHCP Relay extends Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) operation across multiple hops in a routed network. In standard BOOTP, all interfaces on a LAN are loaded from a single configuration server on the LAN.

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  • Students will be able to: Describe IPv6, describe the basics of IPv6 addressing, describe and configure IPv6 addresses, describe and configure IPv6 routing, describe and configure IPv6 tunneling, describe and configure static and dynamic NAT -PT.

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  • Chapter 2 "Static Routing" include objectives: Explain the advantages and disadvantages of static routing, explain the purpose of different types of static routes, configure IPv4 and IPv6 static routes by specifying a next-hop address,...

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