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Routing TCP/IP, Volume IL CCIE Professional Development, Second Edition Jeff doyle Cisco Press 800 east 96th Indianapolis, IN 46240 l Routing T CP/P, Volume Routing TCP/IP, Volume II CCIE Professional Development, Second Edition Jeff doyle Copyrightc 2017 Cisco Systems, Inc. Published by: Cisco pre 800 East 96th Street Indianapolis, IN 46240 USA All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mcchanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information stor age and retrieval system, without written permission from the publisher, except for the inclusion of brief quotations in a review. Printed in the United States of America First Printing August 2016 Library of Congress Control Number: 2016936742 ISBN-13:978-1-58705-470-9 ISBN-10:1-58705-470-1 Warning and disclaimer This book is designed to provide inf ormation about routing TCP/IP. 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If you have any comments regarding how we could improve the quality of this book, or otherwise alter it to better suit your needs, you cancontactusthroughemailatfeedback@ciscopress.com.pleasemakesuretoincludethebook title and isBn in your message We greatly appreciate your assistance Editor-in- Chief: Mark taub Product Line Manager: Brett Bartow Alliances Manager, Cisco Press: Ron Fligge Managing Editor: Sandra Schroeder Development Editor: Christopher Cleveland Project Editor: Deadline Driven Publishing Copy Editor: Deadline Driven Publishing Technical Editors: Darien Hirotsu, Pete Moyer Editorial Assistant: Vanessa Evans Cover Designer: Chuti Prasertsith Composition: Patricia Ratcliff Indexer: Angie m Proofreader: Deadline Driven Publishing CISCO Ciscohasmorethan200oficeswcrldwide.AddressesphonenumbersandfaxnumbersarelistedontheCiscoWebsiteatwww.cisco.com/gc/cffices ce Cisco WebEx DCE and Welcome to the Human Net work are trademarks: chan arn and Cisco Store are service marks: and Access Reg strat Aironet. 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He now advises large enterprises on evolving data center infrastructures, SDN and SD-WAN Jeff is the author of CCIE Professional development: Routing TCP/IP, Volumes i and II and osPF and IS-1S: Choosing an IGP for Large-Scale Networks; a co-author of Software Defined Networking: Anatomy of Open Flow; and an editor and contribut- ing author of Juniper Networks Routers: The Complete Reference. He also writes for Forbes and blogs for both Network World and Network computing Jeff is one of the founders of the rocky mountain IPv Task Force is an IPv Forum Fellow, and serves on the executive board of the Colorado chapter of the Internet Society(ISoc). Jeff lives in Westminster, Colorado, with his wife Sara and a Sheltie named Max, the Forrest Gump of the dog world. Jeff and Sara count themselves especially fortunate that their four grown children and a growing herd of grandchildren all live within a few miles. About the Contributing Authors Khaled W. Abuelenain, CCIE No. 27401, is currently the consulting director for Acuative, a Cisco Certified Managed Services Master Partner, at the company's emEA office in Saudi Arabia. He is a certified double ccie(r&S SP), holds a B.Sc. degree in electronics and communication engineering from Ain Shams University, Egypt, and is an IEEE member since 1997. Khaled has been designing, operating, or optimizing large- scale networks for more than 14 years throughout the Middle East, typically for service providers and mobile operators with multinational presence, banks, and government gencies. He has extensive experience in routing, BGP, MPLS, and Ipv6. Khaled is also an expert on data center technologies and network programmability, with a special interest in Python programming for sdn solutions. He is an active member of both the Cloud Computing and SDN IEEE societies Nicolas Michel, dual CCIe No. 29410 R/S and dC, is a network architect with 10 years of experience in several fields: routing switching, data center, and unified communica tions. Nicolas is a former Sergeant in the French air Force and started to work as a net- work engineer during the time he was serving. He has worked on several Nato-related projects. He decided to move to Switzerland in 2011, to work for the local leading networking consulting company. He was the principal UC architect for the UEFA EURO 2016 football tournament. Nicolas is also an eager reader about emerging network technologies (SDN, Automation/ NetworkprogrammabilityHeblogsathttp://vpackets.netandisalsoapresidentfora nongovernmental organization that helps children with autism. Heparticipatesinanopensourcenetworksimulationprojecthttp://www.netlab.com/ Nicolas is actually trying to relocate to the United States From Nicolas: I would like to dedicate the work i have done on this book to my won derful wife who has supported me throughout my career and helps me become a better engineer and a better man. i wouldn 't be the same man without her. Also I would like to dedicate this work to my kids and my parents, who taught me to never give up and to enjoy every moment Finally, I would express my heartfelt thanks to Jeff Doyle for giving me the opportunity to work on this project. I learned so many things and i still cant believe how lucky I was About the Technical reviewers Darien Hirotsu is a networking professional who has been in the industry for nearly a decade working on service provider, data center, and enterprise networks. He earned a master's degree in network engineering from UC Santa Cruz and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Cal poly San Luis Obispo. He also holds multiple expert level certifications, and is equally passionate about both the software and networking parts of SDn Darien would like to send extra special thanks to his fiance Rebecca Nguyen. Editing this book was both rewarding and time consuming. During the whole process and through the long weekends, Rebecca's love, support, and patience never wavered and for that, he will always be grateful. Thank you for everything you do, Rebecca Pete Moyer is an old-timer IP/MPLS consulting engineer who has turned his focus toward SDN in recent years. He has multivendor experience in IP networking, having earned the first awarded JNCie in the early 2000s and his CCIE in the late 1990s. He is a co-author and technical editor of several networking books on IP and Sdn and has authored many articles and blogs on various networking topics. His current focus is on large-scale data center and service provider networks, including the research education Network(REN)market. He also holds a B.S. degree in CMis from the Univcrsity of maryland Routing I CP距P, Volume Dedications This book is dedicated to my wife Sara; my children, Anna, Carol,James, and Katherine; and my grandchildren, Claire, Caroline, and Sam. They are my refuge, and tbey keep me sane, bumble, and happy Acknowledgments An author of a technical book is just a front for a small army of brilliant, dedicated people. This book is no exception. At the risk of sounding like I'm making an Academy Award acceptance speech, I would like to thank a number of those people I would like to thank Khaled Abu el Enian and Nicolas michel, who contributed many new end-of-chapter configuration and troubleshooting exercises. Khaled also helped me out in a time crunch and wrote most sections in "Scaling BGP Functions "in Chapter 5 Scaling BGP. I hope we can collaborate even closer on a future book or two. I would also like to thank Pete Moyer, my longtime friend and associate, who has been a technical reviewer for every book I've written alone and has been a co-author on several other books. Pete has had a profound influence on my life beyond this and other book projects, and i will always be indebted to him. Darien hirotsu is the other technical reviewer on this book and it's the first time we have worked together on a book project, although we have been associates across mul te le companies and engineering projects. Darien is astoundingly detail-oriented and caught countless tiny errors throughout my manuscript. My gratitude goes to Chris Cleveland for his expert guidance as development editor We have collaborated on multiple books, and he has made each one a better book and me a better writer Thanks to Brett Bartow and all the folks at Cisco Press, Brett has shown superhuman patience with me as the book schedule constantly fell victim to"day job"priorities. H has continued to show me great kindness throughout the project when I'm sure he would have preferred to bash me on the head with a copy of volume I would like to thank my wife Sara, who has lived with me juggling multiple writing proj ects over many years. She long ago learned what it means when she notices me staring blankly at nothing, and says. " You're writing in your head again, aren't you? Finally, I would like to thank you, good reader, for making the two volumes of routing TCP/IP such a success and for waiting so patiently for me to finish this new edition hopc the book proves to be worth your wait. Routing TCP/P, Volume‖ Contents at a glance Introduction Chapter 1 Inter-Domain Routing Concepts Chapter 2 Introduction to BGP 71 Chapter 3 BGP and NLRI 155 Chapter 4 BGP and Routing Policies 237 Chapter 5 S ling bgp 40 1 g Chapter 6 Multiprotocol BGP 615 napter/ Introduction to IP Multicast Routing 713 Chapter8 Protocol Independent Multicast 771 chapter 9 Scaling IP Multicast Routing 88 Chapter 10 Pv4 to IPv4 Network Address Translation(NAT44)931 Chapter 11 IPv6 to IPv4 Network Address Translation(NAT64)995 Appendix a Answers to Review Questions 1047 Index 1079 Appendix b(online) Answers to Configuration Exercises Appendix C(online) Answers to Troubleshooting Exercises

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