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Routing TCP/IP, Volume 1, 2/e by Jennifer Carroll Jeff Doyle

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Introduction

Routing is an essential element of all but the smallest data communications networks. At one level, routing and the configuration of routers are quite simple. But as networks grow in size and complexity, routing issues can become at once both large and subtle. Perversely, perhaps, we are grateful for the difficult problems large-scale routing can present—as network systems consultants, these problems are our bread and butter. Without them, the phrase “You want fries with that?” could be an unfortunate part of our daily vocabulary.

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