Summary

IP is one of the most ubiquitous protocols on the planet. It enables usually disparate applications and networks to communicate in new ways.

This chapter touched on the basics of IP. Armed with this information, you should now begin to see some of the possibilities of VoIP, as well as many other IP-based applications.

For more detailed information on IP, consult one of the following Cisco Press books dedicated to this topic:

• IP Routing Primer, by Robert Wright, CCIE. ISBN: 1-57870-108-2.

• Routing TCP/IP, Volume I (CCIE Professional Development), by Jeff Doyle, CCIE. ISBN: 1-57870041-8.

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