BGP - Newbie Documentation
Chris.Burton at dig.com
Mon May 24 19:18:51 UTC 2004
Also Internet Routing Architectures (2nd Edition) has always been a
favorite of mine.
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Subject: Re: BGP - Newbie Documentation
I highly recommend Iljitsch's book:
Written by Iljitsch van Beijnum
Published by O'Reilly and Associates
It has helped me a lot.
Jason Frisvold wrote:
> Does anyone have some really good in-depth reading material on
> for beginners? I've been handed the reigns of BGP administration for
> our network, but I would still consider myself very much a newbie to
> this... Some decent how-to's and accepted standards would be great...
Gabriel Cain www.dialupusa.net
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