HELP FOR ROUTING SECURITY

ERI <ERI@frcu.eun.eg> Sat, 14 May 1994 16:32 UTC

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Dear sir,

I am Eng. Waleed Hosny From Egypt. I prepare for getting the master degree
in the computes networking. My research handles a comparision between:

1-      The security implimentation in the TCP/IP stack at the network 
        layer. i.e. the security in Routing IP packets and maintaining 
        the routing tables.

2-      The security implementation in Netware - IPX environment. Also
        at the network layer. i.e. the security in Routing IPX packets
        and maintaining the routing tables.

Would you please help me by directing me to the sites that I can access
and use FTP to get the documentations that explain or handle these points.
I will be very thankful for your help. I am waiting for your reply.

Waleed Hosny
eri@frcu.eun.eg
112 Pyramids St. - Giza