High Availability Networking
Vincent C. Jones
1. Reliability Theory.
Mathematics of Reliability and Availability.
Designing for Improved Network Availability.
2. Bridging and Routing.
Bridging for Higher Availability.
Routing for Higher Availability.
3. Multihomed Hosts.
Two Network Interfaces with One IP Address.
Two Systems with One IP Address.
4. Dial Backup for Permanent Links.
Dial Backup Approaches.
Basic ISDN Dial Backup.
5. Advanced Dial Backup.
Combining Channel for Higher Bandwidth.
Supporting IPX along with IP.
BGP-Driven Dial Backup.
6. Multiple Routers at a Single Site.
Dial Backup by One Router for a Line on Another.
Protecting against LAN Segmentation.
7. Hub and Spokes Topology.
Dial Backup with Multiple Dial Access Servers.
Using More than One Hub.
8. Connecting to Service Providers.
Connecting to an Internet Service Provider.
Connecting through Multiple Internet Service Providers.
9. Connecting through Firewalls.
Firewalls in a Fully Redundant Network.
Automating Failover in Redundant Firewall Networks.
10. IBM Mainframe Connections.
DLSw for Ethernet Attached Devices.
DLSw through Firewalls.
11. Disaster Recovery Considerations.
Hot Backup Facility Approaches.
Load Sharing Approaches.
12. Management Considerations.
Total Quality Control.
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