Linux Routing

Linux Routing

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Routing is an absolute must for the Internet to function. The question for many TCP/IP network administrators is not if they'll require a router for their collection of networks, but which router to use. Routers are typically an expensive purchase, but Linux is fully capable of taking over many routing tasks for a mere fraction of the cost of other solutions. It has even been used to build network routing appliances. For intermediate level Linux system administrators who want to use Linux for a routing solution, this text provides coverage of routing solutions that can be set up on a Linux box, what Cisco routers can do, and routing tools and stategies available in Linux.For PPP networks it is sometimes necessary or preferable to route to a network interface rather than a gateway address. ... ping is a network troubleshooting tool that reports whether or not a remote node is reachable. ping sends an ICMP echo anbsp;...

Title:Linux Routing
Author: Joe Brockmeier, Dee-Ann LeBlanc, Ronald W. McCarty
Publisher:Sams Publishing - 2001

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