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network performance report

As Noction continues to intelligently optimize routing for more and more networks around the world, we find ourselves in the unique position of having...

peering

In our previous post, we wrote about using PeeringDB to find information about potential peers, and then after peering has been arranged, using PeeringDB...

weekly snapshot

At Noction, collecting and analyzing petabytes of data across all IRP instances worldwide offers us valuable data regarding overall Internet performance as well as...

When networks exchange traffic without having a customer-provider relationship, this is called peering. We've talked about peering in previous Noction blog posts, such as...

filter bgp announcements

When first starting out with BGP, the typical way to advertise a network's prefixes is using the network statement with a prefix filter and...

bgp flowspec

While networks are agnostic to the content of the serviced packets, end users have a very good understanding of what traffic they have and...

backup links

In most cases, when you have multiple connections to multiple ISPs, you want to use both links side-by-side, with each handling a certain fraction...

bgp and asymetric routing

Asymmetric routing is the situation where packets from A to B follow a different path than packets from B to A. Asymmetric routing is...

Migrating to BGP

Here on the Noction blog we've covered many aspects of using BGP to connect your network to the internet. However, often implementing BGP isn't...

MED

Last year, we discussed the MED attribute and how it can be useful along the local preference and the AS path as a tool...


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