Integrated Routing for Multi-Protocol TCP / IP-OSI Environments

@article{Callon1991IntegratedRF,
  title={Integrated Routing for Multi-Protocol TCP / IP-OSI Environments},
  author={Ross W. Callon},
  journal={Computer Networks and ISDN Systems},
  year={1991},
  volume={23},
  pages={185-190}
}
The OSI routing framework [2] partitions an internet into routing domains. For example, a routing domain may consist of a corporate network, a university campus, a government agency network, or a public backbone network. The use of routing domains provides administrative independence, and allows different routing domains to use different internal routing protocols. The IS-IS routing protocol [3] provides routing for OS! C L N P [1] within a routing domain. IS-IS has been designed for robust… CONTINUE READING

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