One of the most exciting advantages of ping is its ability to uncover details of the internal architecture of M/MX/T-Series routers. In Antonio Sanchez-Monge’s new book, ping becomes a tourist guide that takes you on a packet walkthrough and provides you with a new perspective of the device architecture. Here is a book brimming with valuable information for troubleshooting the interactions between different components inside a router, with unique usage applications for both large and small network operators.
This book is available in a free PDF edition and includes: (1) a Copy & Paste edition in RTF format (open in any text editor), as well as (2) the complete packet captures in libpcap format. Simply download the linked files below.
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