Convergence Through All-IP Networks

Convergence Through All-IP Networks

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The convergence of two powerful technologiesa€”wireless and the Interneta€”through IPv4/v6 protocol has led to emergence of next-generation networks (NGNs). NGN is no more a network of mere computers but a connected conglomeration of varied networks with diverse physical properties, with a plethora of network elements, along with a variety of real-time multimedia applications. This book covers the entire gamut of technology challenges from physical layer to application layer including security from both academic and industrial perspectives.... attributes. BGP is actually run on top of TCP, which makes it a L4 protocol in the strictest sense. ... It depends on the manually configured routes. ... It uses the path vector approach, which is similar to DV, with some changes. In BGP, the routing decisions are made based on attributes, which are specific to the AS path.

Title:Convergence Through All-IP Networks
Author:Asoke K. Talukder, Nuno M. Garcia, Jayateertha G. M.
Publisher:CRC Press - 2013-11-14


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