Border and Gateway Protocols

Description:
Border and gateway protocols are networking protocols that play crucial roles in the routing and exchange of data between different networks. They are essential for ensuring the efficient and secure flow of data across interconnected networks, including the global internet.

image of a barrier allowing access to a fictitious network
Image of a barrier allowing access to a fictitious network

Basic Use:

  1. Border Gateway Protocol (BGP):
  1. Gateway Protocols (e.g., RIP, OSPF, EIGRP):

Key Protocols:

Benefits:

Drawbacks:

Border and gateway protocols are fundamental for routing data in networks, from the global internet to internal corporate networks. They enable the efficient and secure transfer of data by determining the best paths and ensuring redundancy in case of network failures.

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Border and Gateway Protocols

Talking across networks