CHAPTER 15 Routing Protocols
Over the preceding few chapters, we’ve covered the gamut of network devices. Switches sit in a data closet, taking twisted-pair cables from host devices and forming the LAN, and they also pack the power to support VLANs. Another inhabitant of the data closet is the security and access servers, used to link remote users into internetworks through Internet VPNs or dial-in telephone lines. If a packet moves beyond ...

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