Publisher: New Riders, 2002, 328 pages
Linux Routing is a tutorial-reference written for experienced Linux users and administrators, as well as general network administrators, who want to set up a router instead of using the simple gateways Linux provides. This book gives you a solid grounding in the routing protocols and tools available to you, enabling you to choose which solutions make the most sense for your networks.
Picking up where most Linux titles leave off, Linux Routing, familiarizes you with advanced Linux networking tools, popular routing protocols, and the implementation of a router on a Linux machine in a variety of circumstances. In other words, you'll get the background you need in the context you need to apply it.
A very good book about routing, especially Linux routing. It could have had some more detailed descriptions.