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TCOM 610: Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) Routing

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Discusses development of Border Gateway Protocol and its application in today's Internet routing architecture. Covers evolution of Internet, BGP routing standard specifications (RFCs), interaction between various routing protocols, network BGP routing design principals and procedures for enterprise and ISP networks, BGP's real-world implementation and configuration syntax, network scalability and convergence issues, and the latest extension and proposals for new standards.

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Discusses development of Border Gateway Protocol and its application in today's Internet routing architecture. Covers evolution of Internet, BGP routing standard specifications (RFCs), interaction between various routing protocols, network BGP routing design principals and procedures for enterprise and ISP networks, BGP's real-world implementation and configuration syntax, network scalability and convergence issues, and the latest extension and proposals for new standards.

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

TCOM  515 and TCOM 535, or equivalent.

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