Chapter 3. Introduction to Border Routing Protocols

SO FAR,THIS BOOK HAS DISCUSSED routing protocols that are used within a specific autonomous system (AS).This isn’t enough, however, if your AS is connected to the Internet or another AS. Along with the internal routing protocols you choose for your network(s), you also need to consider the border routing protocol(s) you are going to use to allow your intranets to talk to the wider world of the Internet. Border protocols take the information passed throughout your AS and determine what portions need to be shared with your neighbors, as well as bring in relevant data from the outside world.

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