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Optical Networking Systems IP Management Solutions by Randy Zhang

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Chapter 4. Static Routing

Chapter 2, “Node Addressing Schemes,” briefly mentioned routing and forwarding with regard to addressing. This chapter is the first of two chapters on routing and takes a closer look at these two terms. Building on this foundation, several ONS routing subjects are discussed: a revisit of default router configuration, local subnet route and its dependence on LAN interface status, and static routes.

In previous chapters, you have seen many network scenarios in which connectivity is incomplete. Chapter 2 emphasized how addressing is related to end-to-end connectivity, and Chapter 3, “Proxy ARP and ARP Sniffing,” examined the connectivity from the point of ENE-bound traffic with PAS. This chapter revisits these scenarios from ...

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