Download Alcatel-Lucent Scalable IP Networks Self-Study Guide: by Kent Hundley PDF

By Kent Hundley

By way of providing the recent provider Routing Certification application, Alcatel-Lucent is extending their succeed in and data to networking execs with a entire demonstration of the way to construct shrewdpermanent, scalable networks. Serving as a "course in a book" from Alcatel-Lucent—the international chief in designing and constructing scalable systems—this source pinpoints the pitfalls to prevent whilst development scalable networks, examines the main winning strategies on hand for engineers who're construction and working IP networks, and offers overviews of the web, IP routing and the IP layer, and the perform of beginning the shortest direction first.

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The amount of traffic that needs to be moved through modern networks requires purpose-built devices that handle various layer functions. Two such examples are bridges, which are purpose-built for Layer 2 operation; and routers, which are purpose-built for Layer 3 operations. 14 ​The OSI reference model defines seven distinct layers. OSI Application Presentation Upper layers Session Transport Network Lower layers Data link Physical It is important to understand at the outset that the OSI model is simply that—a model.

Each address uniquely identifies a particular house somewhere in the world, and no two addresses are exactly alike. Similarly, the addressing is hierarchical, having a street address, a city, and a country (and a state, if you are in the United States). However, since these addresses are meant to be used solely by machines, they use only numeric addresses. In order to get data from one addressed host to another, you need a protocol that understands the addressing and knows how to get from point A to point B.

1 The original ARPA network had only four nodes. 1: B efore t h e I nternet 5 6/3/09 7:59:56 PM Other developments began to transpire to drive the ARPANET’s need for heterogeneous communications. Robert Kahn, a Bolt, Baranek, and Newman researcher who had been instrumental in designing the ARPANET and improving its reliability, had been organizing an event to demonstrate the ARPANET. During this event in the spring of 1973, a new working group called the International Network Working Group (INWG) was organized.

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