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Configuring BGP on Cisco and Linux with Quagga

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Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the basic routing protocol on the Internet, and it is because of it that ISPs in the whole world are available. Some day any serious ISP will face the task of configuring the BGP protocol. We hope that the material given in this article will be helpful for networking professionals in configuring dynamic routing via BGP.

In the article the mechanisms of the dynamic routing protocol "BGP" are examined in detail. Guides for configuring Cisco routers and Quagga package on Gentoo Linux are also provided.
 read more | mail this link | score:8719 | -John_M.Stagger, March 13, 2007
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