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BGP Design and Implementation by Micah Bartell - CCIE No. 5069, Randy Zhang - CCIE No. 5659

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Chapter 12. Multiprotocol BGP Support for IPv6

The IPv4 protocol suite was developed in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was designed for use in a moderately sized network. The network requirements of today are different from when IPv4 was designed. It is not so much that these requirements have changed, but that they have been increased because of the nature of the global Internet.

The primary goals during the design of IPv4 were to provide global reachability and fault-tolerant traffic routing. The nature of the Internet creates a need ...

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