This guide shows and explores the intricacies of naming and addressing conventions in a wide variety of communications systems. The author examines how addressing is used to identify real end systems and routers attached to real subnetworks, forming part of hierarchical and logically defined routing area having dynamic routing updating. He shows how the relationships between bridge and router technology and the use of routing information exchange protocols, the implementation of Network Service Access Point addressing formats, and the necessary procedures for creating and managing a system for naming and addressing administration.
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