Chapter 1

1.What is a routing domain from BGP's perspective? How is this different from a routing domain within IS-IS?
A1: A routing domain, from BGP's perspective, is a group of routers or networks under a single administrative control. In IS-IS, a routing domain is the area within which topology information is flooded.
2.What are the two primary differences between an interior gateway protocol and an external gateway protocol?
A2: Interior gateway protocols are generally concerned with fast convergence and assume uniform policies throughout the routing domain (although this is changing with policy propagation and other additions to interior gateway protocols). Exterior gateway protocols focus on propagating policy and stability.
3.What types of ...

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