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The Internet is the greatest communications development of the 20th century's.
All Communications over the Internet could not ever exist without an “intelligent” piece of equipment called: the Router.
The Router is the crucial device that let messages flow between networks and determines the next network point to which a data packet should be forwarded enroute toward its destination.
Routers are specialized software based devices that send your messages over the Internet to their destinations along thousands of pathways and determines which way to send each data packet based on its current understanding of the state of the networks it is connected to. Routers create or maintain a routing table of the available routes and use this information to determine the best route for a given data packet.

The routers link two networks together and at the same time connect both networks to the Internet. The router has two separate - related jobs:
· The router makes sure that information does make it to the intended destination.
· The router ensures that information doesn't go where it's not needed.

The router can route traffic in one of two ways; statically, or dynamically. For a small network with few routes, static is a fine solution. Static routing requires an administrator to manually enter the parameters for routing traffic. This would be known as a static routing table. A static routing table can be implemented in such a way as to allow all traffic from an entire network or subnet to be routed to a particular destination or out a particular interface. Additionally individual addresses or all traffic for that matter can be routed in the same way. This method does not scale well though. It is for this reason that we have conceived Routing Protocols. A routing protocol is a standard means for network-connected equipment to share information concerning networks that they have knowledge of.
The routers are passing information from one to the other and at the same time are protecting the networks from one another as well as performing translations of various routing protocols between networks.
A router running a routing protocol can dynamically discover, store, and share information about networks that it is directly connected to, or is informed of, by other routers running the same protocol. Routing protocols, all have their own properties, and uses. Some are fine for routing on a small to medium network; others have been engineered to handle networks with tens of thousands of nodes. Others are made to handle transitions from internal routing environments to external environments or on the Internet at large. Some of the most common routing protocols include RIP, IGRP, OSPF, and BGP. All of these routing protocols have their advantages and drawbacks.
Some routing protocols transmit large routing tables to one another. Others do complex calculations based on a number of different metrics in order to find the best route to send information to their destination.Knowing where and how to send a message is the most important job of a router.

Since the Internet is one huge network made up of tens of thousands of smaller networks, its use of routers is an absolute necessity. Internet data, whether in the form of a Web page, a downloaded file, an e-mail message, a voice or video conversation, travels over a system known as a packet-switching network. In this system the data, in a message or file, is broken up into packages about 1,500 bytes long. Each of these packages gets a wrapper that includes information on the sender's address, the receiver's address, the package's place in the entire message, and how the receiving computer device can be sure that the package arrived intact. Each data package, called a packet, is then sent off to its destination via the best available route; a route that might be taken by all the other packets in the message or by none of the other packets in the message. If there is a problem with one piece of equipment in the network while a message is being sent, packets can be routed around the defective piece of equipment, ensuring the delivery of the entire message.
To make these decisions the routers must know two kinds of information about every piece of equipment that connects to a network: network addresses and network structure. The routers know the format of the addresses, how many bytes are in the basic packet of data sent out over the network, and how to make sure that all the packets reach their Destination and get Reassembled.
The job of the Routers in the network is to look at the destination address and compare it to their lookup table to find out where to send the packets.
Manufacturers, such as Cisco Systems, have designed the majority of their routers to be modular in nature. This philosophy not only protects the end user in terms of allowing them to use new interface or module technology on an existing platform chassis, but also in the short term, allows them to re-deploy their routers anywhere across their networks, they desire. By simply purchasing the card or module that is designed to interface with that type of physical link can save tens of thousands of dollars over the life of the router. Cisco Systems is the largest router manufacturer in world.
Everyone who has a network needs a router; this is the one constant. The thing that needs to be considered when looking for a router is scalability, reliability, functionality and performance.
In today's market SANTEC Communications challenge is to provide reliable and scalable Networking Solutions to our customers. The broad new spectrum of platforms and applications will make content delivery via the Internet a challenging proposition for us.


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