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Advanced IP Network Design provides the solutions network engineers and managers need to grow and stabilize large IP networks. Technology advancements and corporate growth inevitably lead to the necessity for network expansion. This book presents design concepts and techniques that enable networks to evolve into supporting larger, more complex applications while maintaining critical stability. Advanced IP Network Design provides you with a basic foundation to understand and implement the most efficient network design around the network core, distribution and access layers, and the common and edge network services. After establishing an efficient hierarchical network design, you will learn to apply OSPF, IS-IS, EIGRP, BGP, NHRP, and MPLS. Case studies support each protocol to provide you with valuable solutions to common stumbling blocks encountered when implementing an IGP- or EGP-based network.

Table of Content

I: Foundation for Stability: Hierarchical Networks

  1. Hierarchical Design Principles Where Do You Start?

The Right Topology

The Network Core

The Distribution Layer

The Access Layer

Connections to Common Services

Case Study: Is Hierarchy Important in Switched Networks?

  1. Addressing & Summarization

Strategies for Successful Addressing

IPv6 Addressing

General Principles of Addressing

Case Study: Default Routes to Interfaces

Case Study: Network Address Translation

  1. Redundancy

Issues and Strategies of Redundancy

Core Redundancy

Distribution Redundancy

Access Redundancy

Connections to Common Services

Case Study: What’s the Best Route?

Case Study: Redundancy at Layer 2 Using Switches

Case Study: Dial Backup with a Single Router

Case Study: Dial Backup with Two Routers

  1. Applying the Principles of Network Design

Reforming an Unstable Network   

II: Scaling with Interior Gateway Protocols

  1. OSPF Network Design

 Dividing the Network for OSPF Implementation

Case Study: Troubleshooting OSPF Adjacency Problems

Case Study: Which Area Should This Network Be In?

Case Study: Determining the Area in Which to Place a Link

Case Study: Dial Backup

Case Study: OSPF Externals and the Next Hop

  1. IS-IS Network Design

Dividing the Network

Analyzing Routers on the DMZ for External Connections

Other Factors in IS-IS Scaling

Troubleshooting IS-IS Neighbor Relationships

Case Study: The Single Area Option

Case Study: The Two-Layer Network

  1. EIGRP Network Design

Analyzing the Network Core for Summarization

Analyzing the Network’s

Distribution Layer for Summarization

Analyzing Routing in the Network’s Access Layer

Analyzing Routes to External Connections

Analyzing Routes to the Common Services Area

Analyzing Routes to Dial-In Clients

Summary of EIGRP Network Design

Case Study: Summarization Methods

Case Study: Controlling Query Propagation

Case Study: A Plethora of Topology Table Entries

Case Study: Troubleshooting EIGRP Neighbor Relationships

Case Study: Troubleshooting Stuck-in-Active Routes

Case Study: Redistribution

Case Study: EIGRP/IGRP Redistribution

Case Study: Retransmissions and SIA

Case Study: Multiple EIGRP ASs

III: Scaling beyond the Domain

  1. BGP Cores and Network Scalability

BGP in the Core    Scaling beyond the Core

Dividing the Network into Pieces

BGP Network Growing Pains

Case Study: Route Reflectors as Route Servers

Case Study: Troubleshooting BGP Neighbor Relationships

Case Study: Conditional Advertisement

Case Study: Dual-Homed Connections to the Internet

Case Study: Route Dampening      

  1. Other Large Scale Cores


Case Study: NHRP in an ATM Network


IV: Appendixes

  1. OSPF Fundamentals

 How OSPF Works    Router IDs    LSA Types

Reliable Flooding of LSAs    Building Adjacencies

Adjacencies on Multi-Access Networks

OSPF and No broadcast Multi-Access Networks

Areas    External Route Injection

Virtual Links

On-Demand Routing

  1. IS-IS Fundamentals
  2. How IS-IS Works
  3. End Systems and Intermediate Systems
  4. CLNS Addressing    Routing in an IS-IS Network
  5. Metrics & External Routes in IS-IS Networks
  6. Building Adjacencies
  7. LSP Flooding and SPF Recalculation Timers
  8. Neighbor Loss and LSP Regeneration
  9. IP Integration into IS-IS
  10. Multiple net Statements]
  11.  EIGRP Fundamentals

DUAL Operation

Establishing Neighbor Relationships in an EIGRP Network

Metrics in an EIGRP Network

Loop Free Routes in EIGRP Networks

Split-Horizon in EIGRP

Clearing the Topology Table and Querying Neighbors in EIGRP Networks

Stuck-in-Active Routes    Bounding Queries in EIGRP Networks

EIGRP Summarization

Changing Metrics in EIGRP for Reliable


Load Balancing in EIGRP Networks

 BGP Fundamentals

Mechanics of a Path Vector Protocol

Path Decision    Community Strings

Neighbor Relationships

Route Filtering in BGP

iBGP Synchronization

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