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One thing we all learn quickly after getting started with BGP is that if left to its own devices, the protocol will happily propagate...

It’s common knowledge that BGP has no ability to make performance-based routing decisions and often routes traffic through paths that are congested or affected...

SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is a standard protocol that network devices use to control each other and report critical information. The main advantage...

mrd

There are several route optimization techniques applied to networks distinguished by a single routing domain. The traditional approach requires network engineers to apply various...

loss rates

Our customers ask repeatedly about the benefits IRP brings to their infrastructure. To address some of these questions we've compiled a few Overview Reports...

internet exchange

Conventional wisdom leads us to believe that interconnects between peering partners in an Exchange that is shorter will also be better than traditional links...

route reflector configuration

The typical fully-meshed iBGP configuration of routers can become very difficult to manage in large networks. Because of the increasing numbers of iBGP sessions...

internet exchange

There are various techniques for optimizing traffic routing across multiple transit providers available in a network. However, there are some additional challenges when there...

routing anomalies

Nowadays, the Internet is made-up of more than 45,000 active Autonomous Systems (ASes), each with a different complexity level and specific configurations. To accomplish...

BGP-based inter-domain traffic engineering

Inter-domain traffic engineering aims to optimize traffic performance, originating and terminating in different administrative domains. At the moment, Autonomous Systems exchange traffic via exterior...


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