TCP/IP 路由技术

出版时间:2009-9  出版社:人民邮电出版社  作者:(美)多伊尔,(美)卡罗尔 著  页数:945  


  本书深入系统地阐述了TCP/IP路由技术,内容包括几种重要的网络协议,如外部网关协议(EGP)、边界网关协议(BGP4),以及相应的高级IP路由技术与应用——网络地址转换、IP组播路由技术、IPv6技术、路由器管理等。本书共分9章,首先介绍并讨论了有关主题的基本原理,接着是设计用来展示实际网络环境中相关概念的一系列配置范例,最后提供给读者经实践验证过的故障排除方法以解决网络可能会出现的问题。重点介绍了自治系统之间的路由选择策略以及诸如组播和IPv6等更具挑战性的路由选择和实施技术。  本书内容全面,可读性强,含有协议配置、网络实施、故障排除等方面的大量实例,是备战CCIE认证考试的经典之作,适合准备参加CCIE考试的人员、网络与通信系统工程技术人员阅读。


  Jeff Doyle,CCIE #1919, is a Professional Services Consultant with Juniper Networks, Inc. in Denver,Colorado. Specializing in IP routing protocols and MPLS Traffic Engineering, Jeff has helped design andimplement large-scale Internet service provider networks throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.Jeff has also lectured on advanced networking technologies at service provider forums such as the NorthAmerican Network Operators Group (NANOG) and the Asia Pacific Regional Internet Conference onOperational Technologies (APRICOT). Prior to joining Juniper Networks, Jeff was a Senior Network Sys-tems Consultant with International Network Services. Jeff can be contacted at DeHaven Carroll, is a principal consultant with Lucent technologies and is a Cisco CertifiedInternetwork Expert (CCIE # 1402). She has planned, designed, and implemented many large networksover the past 13 years. She has also developed and taught theory and Cisco implementation classes on allIP routing protocols. Jenny can be reached at the Technical Reviewers  Henry Benjamin, CCIE #4695, CCNA, CCDA, B. Eng., is a Cisco certified Interuet Expert and an IT Net-work Design Engineer for Cisco Systems, Inc. He has more than eight years of experience in Cisco net-works, including planning, designing, and implementing large IP networks running IGRP, EIGRP, andOSPF. Currently Henry is working for the IT design team internally at Cisco in Sydney, Australia. Henryholds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Sydney University.Peter J. Moyer, CCIE #3286, is a Professional Services Consultant for Juniper Networks, where hedesigns and implements large-scale ISP networks. In addition to his consulting work, Peter has developedand delivered advanced IP training courses and IP network design seminars to Juniper customers andpartners. He has presented at networking conferences on such advanced topics as MPLS. Before joiningJuniper, Peter was a Senior Network Consultant for International Network Services (INS), where hedesigned and implemented large-scale enterprise networks. Peter holds a Bachelor of Science degree inComputer and Information Science from the University of Maryland.


Part I Exterior Gateway Protocols  Chapter 1 Exterior Gateway Protocol   The Origins of EGP   Operation of EGP    EGP Topology Issues    EGP Functions    EGP Message Formats    Shortcomings of EGP    Configuring EGP    Case Study: An EGP Stub Gateway    Case Study: An EGP Core Gateway    Case Study: Indirect Neighbors    Case Study: Default Routes    Troubleshooting EGP    Interpreting the Neighbor Table    Case Study: Converging at the Speed of Syrup   End Notes   Looking Ahead    Review Questions    Configuration Exercises    Troubleshooting Exercise   Chapter 2 Introduction to Border Gateway Protocol 4    Classless Interdomain Routing    A Summarization Summary    Classless Routing    Summarization: The Good, the Bad, and the Asymmetric    The Internet: Still Hierarchical After All These Years    CIDR: Reducing Routing Table Explosion    CIDR: Reducing Class B Address Space Depletion    Difficulties with CIDR   Who Needs BGP?    A Single-Homed Autonomous System    Multihoming to a Single Autonomous System    Multihoming to Multiple Autonomous Systems    A Note on “Load Balancing”    BGP Hazards   BGP Basics    BGP Message Types    The BGP Finite State Machine    Path Attributes    Administrative Weight    AS_SET    The BGP Decision Process    Route Dampening    IBGP and IGP Synchronization    Managing Large-Scale BGP Peering    Peer Groups    Communities    Route Reflectors    Confederations    BGP Message Formats    The Open Message    The Update Message    The Keepalive Message    The Notification Message   End Notes    Looking Ahead    Recommended Reading    Review Questions   Chapter 3 Configuring and Troubleshooting Border Gateway Protocol 4    Basic BGP Configuration    Case Study: Peering BGP Routers    Case Study: Injecting IGP Routes into BGP    Case Study: Injecting BGP Routes into an IGP    Case Study: IBGP without an IGP    Case Study: IBGP Over an IGP    Case Study: EBGP Multihop    Case Study: Aggregate Routes    Managing BGP Connections    Routing Policies    Resetting BGP Connections    Case Study: Filtering Routes by NLRI    Case Study: Filtering Routes by AS_PATH    Case Study: Filtering with Route Maps    Case Study: Administrative Weights    Case Study: Administrative Distances and Backdoor Routes    Case Study: Using the LOCAL_PREF Attribute 241   Case Study: Using the MULTI_EXIT_DISC Attribute    Case Study: Prepending the AS_PATH    Case Study: Route Tagging    Case Study: Route Dampening    Large-Scale BGP    Case Study: BGP Peer Groups    Case Study: BGP Communities    Case Study: Private AS Numbers    Case Study: BGP Confederations    Case Study: Route Reflectors    Looking Ahead    Recommended Reading    Command Summary    Configuration Exercises    Troubleshooting Exercises  Part II Advanced IP Routing Issues   Chapter 4 Network Address Translation    Operation of NAT    Basic NAT Concepts    NAT and IP Address Conservation    NAT and ISP Migration    NAT and Multihomed Autonomous Systems    Port Address Translation    NAT and TCP Load Distribution    NAT and Virtual Servers   NAT Issues    Header Checksums    Fragmentation    Encryption    Security    Protocol-Specific Issues   Configuring NAT    Case Study: Static NAT    Case Study: Dynamic NAT    Case Study: A Network Merger    Case Study: ISP Multihoming with NAT    Port Address Translation    Case Study: TCP Load Balancing    Case Study: Service Distribution    Troubleshooting NAT    End Note    Looking Ahead    Command Summary    Configuration Exercises    Troubleshooting Exercises   Chapter 5 Introduction to IP Multicast Routing    Requirements for IP Multicast    Multicast IP Addresses    Group Membership Concepts    Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP)    Cisco Group Membership Protocol (CGMP)    Multicast Routing Issues    Multicast Forwarding    Multicast Routing    Sparse Versus Dense Topologies    Implicit Joins Versus Explicit Joins    Source-Based Trees Versus Shared Trees    Multicast Scoping    Operation of the Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol (DVMRP)    Neighbor Discovery and Maintenance    The DVMRP Routing Table    DVMRP Packet Forwarding    DVMRP Message Formats    Operation of Multicast OSPF (MOSPF)    MOSPF Basics    Inter-Area MOSPF    Inter-AS MOSPF    MOSPF Extension Formats    Operation of Core-Based Trees (CBT)    CBT Basics    Finding the Core    CBT Designated Routers    Member and Nonmember Sources    CBT Message Formats    Introduction to Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM)    Operation of Protocol Independent Multicast, Dense Mode (PIM-DM)    PIM-DM Basics    Prune Overrides    Unicast Route Changes    PIM-DM-Designated Routers    PIM Forwarder Election   Operation of Protocol Independent Multicast, Sparse Mode (PIM-SM)    PIM-SM Basics    Finding the Rendezvous Point    PIM-SM and Shared Trees    Source Registration    PIM-SM and Shortest Path Trees    PIMv2 Message Formats    End Notes    Looking Ahead    Recommended Reading    Command Summary    Review Questions   Chapter 6 Configuring and Troubleshooting IP Multicast Routing    Configuring IP Multicast Routing     Case Study: Configuring Protocol-Independent Multicast, Dense Mode (PIM-DM)    Configuring Protocol-Independent Multicast, Sparse Mode (PIM-SM)    Case Study: Multicast Load Sharing    Troubleshooting IP Multicast Routing    Using mrinfo    Using mtrace and mstat   Looking Ahead    Configuration Exercises    Troubleshooting Exercises   Chapter 7 Large-Scale IP Multicast Routing    Multicast Scoping    Case Study: Multicasting Across Non-Multicast Domains    Connecting to DVMRP Networks    Inter-AS Multicasting    Multiprotocol Extensions for BGP (MBGP)    Operation of Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (MSDP)    MSDP Message Formats    Case Study: Configuring MBGP    Case Study: Configuring MSDP    Case Study: MSDP Mesh Groups    Case Study: Anycast RP    Case Study: MSDP Default Peers    Command Summary    End Notes    Looking Ahead    Review Questions   Chapter 8 IP Version 6    Design Goals of IPv6    Improve Scalability    Ease of Configuration    Security   Current State of IPv6    IPv6 Specification (RFCs)    Vendor Support    Implementations   IPv6 Packet Format    The IPv6 Address    Address Structure    IPv6 Header    IPv6 Functionality    Enabling IPv6 Capability on a Cisco Router    ICMPv6    Neighbor Discovery    Autoconfiguration    Routing    The Anycast Process    Multicast    Quality of Service    Transition from IPv4 to IPv6    Dual Stacks    DNS    IPv6 Tunneled in IPv4    Network Address Translation-Protocol Translation    End Notes    Looking Ahead    Recommended Reading    Review Questions    Chapter Bibliography   Chapter 9 Router Management    Policies and Procedure Definition    Service Level Agreements    Change Management    Escalation Procedures    Updating Policies    Simple Network Management Protocol    Overview of SNMP    CiscoWorks    Router Configuration for SNMP    RMON     Overview of RMON    Router Configuration for RMON   Logging   Syslog    Overview of Syslog    Router Configuration for Syslog   Network Time Protocol    Overview of NTP    Router Configuration for NTP   Accounting    IP Accounting    NetFlow   Configuration Management   Fault Management   Performance Management   Security Management    Password Types and Encryption    Controlling Interactive Access    Minimizing Risks of Denial-of-Service Attacks    TACACS+    RADIUS    Secure Shell   Designing Servers to Support Management Processes   Network Robustness    HSRP   Lab   Recommended Reading   End Notes   Looking Ahead   Command Summary   Review Questions   Configuration Exercises   Bibliography  Part III Appendixes   Appendix A The show ip bgp neighbors Display   Appendix B A Regular-Expression Tutorial    Literals and Metacharacters   Delineation: Matching the Start and End of Lines   Bracketing: Matching a Set of Characters 816  Negating: Matching Everything Except a Set of Characters   Wildcard: Matching Any Single Character   Alternation: Matching One of a Set of Characters   Optional Characters: Matching a Character That May or May Not Be There    Repetition: Matching a Number of Repeating Characters   Boundaries: Delineating Literals   Putting It All Together: A Complex Example   Recommended Reading   Appendix C Reserved Multicast Addresses    Internet Multicast Addresses   References   People  Appendix D Answers to Review Questions    Answers to Chapter 1 Review Questions   Answers to Chapter 2 Review Questions   Answers to Chapter 5 Review Questions   Answers to Chapter 7 Review Questions   Answers to Chapter 8 Review Questions   Answers to Chapter 9 Review Questions  Appendix E Answers to Configuration Exercises   Answers to Chapter 1 Configuration Exercises   Answers to Chapter 3 Configuration Exercises   Answers to Chapter 4 Configuration Exercises   Answers to Chapter 6 Configuration Exercises   Answers to Chapter 9 Configuration Exercises   Appendix F Answers to Troubleshooting Exercises   Answer to Chapter 1 Troubleshooting Exercise   Answers to Chapter 3 Troubleshooting Exercises   Answers to Chapter 4 Troubleshooting Exercises   Answers to Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Exercises Index 


  Of course, in real life, few corporations the size of the one depicted in Figure 2-9 have theluxury of being designed "from the ground up" in such a c  ordinated, logical fashion.Many, if not most, large internetworks have evolved from smaller internetworks that havebeen merged as divisions and corporations have merged. The result is that different networkadministrators have made different design choices for the various parts of the internetwork;when the parts are merged, the first order of business is basic interoperability.The second order of business might be the enforcement of routing policies. Some trafficfrom some domains of the internetwork to other domains may be required to always prefercertain links or routes, for example, or perhaps only certain routes should be advertisedbetween domains. In most cases, the necessary policies can still be implemented withredistribution between IGPs and tools such as route filters and route maps. You shouldimplement BGP only when a sound engineering reason compels you to do so, such as whenthe IGPs do not provide the tools necessary to implement the required routing policies orwhen the size of the routing tables cannot be controlled with summarization. BGP provesuseful, for instance, when many different IGPs are used in the domains. Here, BGP mightbe simpler to implement than attempting to redistribute among all the IGPs.When considering whether BGP is necessary in an intemetwork design, keep in mind whyexterior routing protocols were invented in the first place. Exterior routing protocols areused to route between autonomous systems——that is, between internetwork domains underdifferent administrative authorities. In a single corporate intemetwork, even a large onewith different domains under different local administrations, there is usually enough of acentralized authority to impose routing policy using the tools available with interior routingprotocols. When separate autonomous systems must interconnect, however, BGP might becalled for.


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