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Linux® Routing by Ron McCarty, Dee-Ann LeBlanc, Joe Brockmeier

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Introduction

In the Linux world, when we talk about routing we’re usually just referring to utilizing the route command to set up some nice, simple data delivery information. A Linux box is capable of so much more. With the proper setup and tuning, you can build a stable and efficient router for your network and its subnets. Linux Routing gives you the background and techniques you need to choose the appropriate routing protocol(s), configure the routing daemon(s), add security and obfuscation to protect your data and machines, fine tune the kernel for this very task-specific setup, and even monitor your traffic and adjust it to make it more efficient.

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Because so many Linux administrators haven’t had to tackle the ins and outs of ...

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