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CS/ECE 438: Communication Networks for Computers Spring 2010 Problem Set 5 Due: start of class, Wednesday, April 7 th . Internet Protocol (IP) Assigned reading: Peterson and Davie: Chapter 4. All problems carry equal weight. Please show all your work. 1. Link-State Routing and BGP (a) Show how the link-state algorithm builds the routing table for router A in AS 38 in the following network. Use the same format as in P&D (Table 4.9, page 282).
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(b) Suppose that the gateway routers of AS 38 receive the following BGP advertisements from their BGP peers: Network AS Path AS 56 1.2.3.0/24 56 83 99 1.3.8.0/23 56 75 1.4.8.5/24 56 97 AS 88 2.3.0.0/16 88 107 56 23 1.4.8.4/24 88 62 103 AS 23 1.2.3.0/24 23 99 7.12.0.0/16 23 99 117 Show the routing table in router A that will be formed as a result of these advertisements. Assume that no routes are rejected due to local policy rules. Represent the routing table in this form: Network Interface 5.5.5.0/24 if1
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2. Distance-Vector Routing Consider the following network configuration where the routers calculate shortest routes using the Distance Vector Routing Protocol.
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