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1.3.4 Configuration
1.4 Algorithms
2. INTERNET ARCHITECTURE
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Elements of the Architecture
2.2.1 Protocol Layering
2.2.2 Networks
2.2.3 Routers
2.2.4 Autonomous Systems
2.2.5 Addressing Architecture
2.2.5.1 Classical IP Addressing Architecture
2.2.5.2 Classless Inter Domain Routing (CIDR)
2.2.8.1 Embedded Routers
2.2.8.2 Transparent Routers
2.3 Router Characteristics
2.4 Architectural Assumptions
3. LINK LAYER
3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.2 LINK/INTERNET LAYER INTERFACE
3.3 SPECIFIC ISSUES
3.3.1 Trailer Encapsulation
3.3.2 Address Resolution Protocol - ARP
3.3.3 Ethernet and 802.3 Coexistence
3.3.4 Maximum Transmission Unit - MTU
3.3.5 Point-to-Point Protocol - PPP
3.3.5.1 Introduction
3.3.5.2 Link Control Protocol (LCP) Options
3.3.5.3 IP Control Protocol (IPCP) Options
3.3.6 Interface Testing
4. INTERNET LAYER - PROTOCOLS
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2 INTERNET PROTOCOL - IP
4.2.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2.2 PROTOCOL WALK-THROUGH
4.2.2.1 Options: RFC 791 Section 3.2
4.2.2.2 Addresses in Options: RFC 791 Section 3.1
4.2.2.3 Unused IP Header Bits: RFC 791 Section 3.1
4.2.2.4 Type of Service: RFC 791 Section 3.1
4.2.2.5 Header Checksum: RFC 791 Section 3.1
4.2.2.7 Fragmentation: RFC 791 Section 3.2
4.2.2.8 Reassembly: RFC 791 Section 3.2
4.2.2.9 Time to Live: RFC 791 Section 3.2
4.2.2.10 Multi-subnet Broadcasts: RFC 922
4.2.2.11 Addressing: RFC 791 Section 3.2
4.2.3 SPECIFIC ISSUES
4.2.3.1 IP Broadcast Addresses
4.2.3.2 IP Multicasting
4.2.3.3 Path MTU Discovery
4.2.3.4 Subnetting
4.3 INTERNET CONTROL MESSAGE PROTOCOL - ICMP
4.3.1 INTRODUCTION
4.3.2 GENERAL ISSUES
4.3.2.1 Unknown Message Types
4.3.2.2 ICMP Message TTL
4.3.2.3 Original Message Header
4.3.2.4 ICMP Message Source Address
4.3.2.5 TOS and Precedence
4.3.2.6 Source Route
4.3.2.7 When Not to Send ICMP Errors
4.3.2.8 Rate Limiting
4.3.3 SPECIFIC ISSUES
4.3.3.1 Destination Unreachable
4.3.3.2 Redirect
4.3.3.3 Source Quench
4.3.3.4 Time Exceeded
4.3.3.5 Parameter Problem
4.3.3.6 Echo Request/Reply
4.3.3.7 Information Request/Reply
4.3.3.8 Timestamp and Timestamp Reply
4.3.3.9 Address Mask Request/Reply
4.3.3.10 Router Advertisement and Solicitations
4.4 INTERNET GROUP MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL - IGMP
5. INTERNET LAYER - FORWARDING
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.2 FORWARDING WALK-THROUGH
5.2.1 Forwarding Algorithm
5.2.1.1 General
5.2.1.2 Unicast
5.2.1.3 Multicast
5.2.2 IP Header Validation
5.2.3 Local Delivery Decision
5.2.4 Determining the Next Hop Address
5.2.4.2 Local/Remote Decision
5.2.4.3 Next Hop Address
5.2.4.4 Administrative Preference
5.2.4.5 Load Splitting
5.2.5 Unused IP Header Bits: RFC-791 Section 3.1
5.2.7 Internet Control Message Protocol - ICMP
5.2.7.1 Destination Unreachable
5.2.7.2 Redirect
5.2.7.3 Time Exceeded
5.2.8 INTERNET GROUP MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL - IGMP
5.3 SPECIFIC ISSUES
5.3.1 Time to Live (TTL)
5.3.2 Type of Service (TOS)
5.3.3 IP Precedence
5.3.3.3 Precedence Handling For All Routers
5.3.4 Forwarding of Link Layer Broadcasts
5.3.5 Forwarding of Internet Layer Broadcasts
5.3.5.1 Limited Broadcasts
5.3.5.2 Directed Broadcasts
5.3.5.3 All-subnets-directed Broadcasts
5.3.5.4 Subnet-directed Broadcasts
5.3.6 Congestion Control
5.3.7 Martian Address Filtering
5.3.8 Source Address Validation
5.3.9 Packet Filtering and Access Lists
5.3.10 Multicast Routing
5.3.11 Controls on Forwarding
5.3.12 State Changes
5.3.12.1 When a Router Ceases Forwarding
5.3.12.2 When a Router Starts Forwarding
5.3.12.3 When an Interface Fails or is Disabled
5.3.12.4 When an Interface is Enabled
5.3.13 IP Options
5.3.13.2 Security Option
5.3.13.3 Stream Identifier Option
5.3.13.4 Source Route Options
5.3.13.5 Record Route Option
5.3.13.6 Timestamp Option
6. TRANSPORT LAYER
6.1 USER DATAGRAM PROTOCOL - UDP
6.2 TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL - TCP
7. APPLICATION LAYER - ROUTING PROTOCOLS
7.1 INTRODUCTION
7.1.1 Routing Security Considerations
7.1.2 Precedence
7.1.3 Message Validation
7.2 INTERIOR GATEWAY PROTOCOLS
7.2.1 INTRODUCTION
7.2.2 OPEN SHORTEST PATH FIRST - OSPF
7.3 EXTERIOR GATEWAY PROTOCOLS
7.3.1 INTRODUCTION
7.3.2 BORDER GATEWAY PROTOCOL - BGP
7.3.2.1 Introduction
7.3.2.2 Protocol Walk-through
7.4 STATIC ROUTING
7.5 FILTERING OF ROUTING INFORMATION
7.5.1 Route Validation
7.5.2 Basic Route Filtering
7.5.3 Advanced Route Filtering
7.6 INTER-ROUTING-PROTOCOL INFORMATION EXCHANGE
8.1 The Simple Network Management Protocol - SNMP
8.1.1 SNMP Protocol Elements
8.2 Community Table
8.3 Standard MIBS
8.4 Vendor Specific MIBS
8.5 Saving Changes
9. APPLICATION LAYER - MISCELLANEOUS PROTOCOLS
9.1 BOOTP
9.1.1 Introduction
9.1.2 BOOTP Relay Agents
10.2.2 Address and Prefix Initialization
10.2.3 Network Booting using BOOTP and TFTP
10.3 Operation and Maintenance
10.3.1 Introduction
10.3.2 Out Of Band Access
10.3.2 Router O&M Functions
10.3.2.1 Maintenance - Hardware Diagnosis
10.3.2.2 Control - Dumping and Rebooting
10.3.2.3 Control - Configuring the Router
10.3.2.4 Net Booting of System Software
10.3.2.6 Minimizing Disruption
10.3.2.7 Control - Troubleshooting Problems
10.4 Security Considerations
10.4.1 Auditing and Audit Trails
10.4.2 Configuration Control
11. REFERENCES
APPENDIX A. REQUIREMENTS FOR SOURCE-ROUTING HOSTS
APPENDIX B. GLOSSARY
APPENDIX C. FUTURE DIRECTIONS
APPENDIX D. Multicast Routing Protocols
D.1 Introduction
D.3 Multicast Extensions to OSPF - MOSPF
D.4 Protocol Independent Multicast - PIM
E.1. Some Historical Perspective
E.2. Additional Pruning Rules
E.3 Some Route Lookup Algorithms
E.3.1 The Revised Classic Algorithm
E.3.2 The Variant Router Requirements Algorithm
E.3.3 The OSPF Algorithm
E.3.4 The Integrated IS-IS Algorithm
Security Considerations
APPENDIX F: HISTORICAL ROUTING PROTOCOLS
F.1 EXTERIOR GATEWAY PROTOCOL - EGP
F.1.1 Introduction
F.1.2 Protocol Walk-through
F.2 ROUTING INFORMATION PROTOCOL - RIP
F.2.1 Introduction
F.2.2 Protocol Walk-Through
F.2.3 Specific Issues
F.3 GATEWAY TO GATEWAY PROTOCOL - GGP
Acknowledgments
Editor’s Address
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Rfc 1812 Requirements for IP Version 4

Rfc 1812 Requirements for IP Version 4

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