This chapter covers the following subjects:
The Basics of Internet Routing and Addressing: This section reviews the use of public and private IP addresses in the Internet, both in theory and practice.
Introduction to BGP: This section introduces several basic concepts about BGP, including the concept of autonomous system numbers (ASN), path attributes (PA), and both internal and external BGP.
Outbound Routing Toward the Internet: This section examines the options and tradeoffs for how to influence outbound routes from an Enterprise toward the Internet.
Enterprises almost always use some IGP routing protocol. Sure, Enterprises could instead choose to exclusively use static routes throughout their internetworks, ...