A practical handbook for OSPF network design and deployment.
OSPF Network Design Solutions presents a detailed, applied look into the workings of the popular Open Shortest Path First protocol, demonstrating how to dramatically increase network performance, security, and the ease with which large-scale networks are maintained.
The opening chapters cover network foundations and network protocol selection. Subsequent chapters quickly delve into the details of OSPF routing and network design. Advanced design concepts are also covered. Later chapters focus on implementation and troubleshooting issues, network design methodology, and configuration details for different network types and area parameters. Finally, you will learn about some established and experimental techniques designed to contend with network growth. Practical case studies support concepts presented throughout the book.
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Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) guru Thomas M. Thomas II strikes again with his OSPF Network Design Solutions. This book's three sections--"Contemporary Intranets," "OSPF Routing & Network Design," and "OSPF Implementation, Troubleshooting, & Management"--amply cover any OSPF base you can imagine. In addition, each chapter ends with at least one case study and a list of FAQs--a particularly nice touch.
Always careful to lay the proper groundwork, Thomas first covers networking foundations, including relatively recent developments such as intranets. From there he launches into an explanation of not only routing protocol fundamentals but also methods that will enable you to determine which protocols are appropriate for your particular environment. If at that point you have discerned that OSPF is indeed what you need, you can march on to the second and third sections, which hone in on implementation specifics.
The second section opens with a chapter dedicated to OSPF, complete with the protocol's history and Request for Comments (RFC). The remaining pages are taken up by configuration commands and tips. The last part of the book is reserved for highly advanced topics, including network design, security, and management. Though definitely aimed at those well versed in basic networking, OSPF Network Design Solution has the flexibility to grow with you as your level of OSPF knowledge and familiarity increase.--Sarah L. Roberts-WittAbout the Author:
Thomas M. Thomas II is a self-proclaimed Network Emergency Repair Dude, or NERD for short, and a country boy who holds his Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert (CCIE #9360) as well as his Certified Cisco Systems Instructor (CCSI #21702), CCNP, CCDA, and CCNA certifications, and claims he never works since he loves what he does. Tom as well is the founder of NetCerts.com (now CCPrep.com) and the International Network Resource Group (www.inrgi.net) for which he remains on the Board of Directors in an advisory capacity, providing vision and focus. He was previously an Instructor for Chesapeake Computer Consultants, Inc (CCCI) and a Course Developer for Cisco Systems. He is the author of OSPF Network Design Solutions from Cisco Press and a variety of other networking books designed to help his fellow engineers. Tom is currently working as the Networking Director for I-NAP Limited, a UK-based ISP. Tom currently lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with his family, and while he is not in the country he humorously observes that you can see it from his home.
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Book Description Cisco Systems, 1998. Textbook Binding. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111578700469
Book Description Cisco Systems, 1998. Textbook Binding. Book Condition: New. Brand New!. Bookseller Inventory # VIB1578700469