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10. Conclusion Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
10. Conclusion

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10. Conclusion

10. Conclusion

The BGP protocol provides a high degree of control and flexibility for doing interdomain routing while enforcing policy and performance constraints and avoiding routing loops. The guidelines presented here will provide a starting point for using BGP to provide more sophisticated and manageable routing in the Internet as it grows.

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