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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...

Delivering on SLA promises with Intelligent Routing

Service Provider's customers want to know the time frames they can expect a response and resolution from the provider when they submit a request...

95th percentile

There is a lot of confusion around the 95th percentile bandwidth metering. Therefore this blog posting is intended to provide you with detailed information...

Deploying BGP for redundant IP connectivity

All organizations that depend on Internet for sales revenue or business continuity require internet redundancy. Downtime lowers productivity, yields losses and painfully affects the...

bgp

BGP is a protocol which performs routing information exchange among routers to determine the optimal paths for the traffic flow. A BGP router forms...

congestion

It’s a commonly known fact that congestion on the road significantly increases the time the auto vehicles must spend to get to the destination....

cost of downtime

An operational network is a strategic business resource. It carries everyday messages and mission-critical data, and facilitates communication between people and business processes. It...

Understanding the impact of network latency

Speed is highly prioritized in networking. Applications with high bandwidth consumption and mission-critical systems demand ever more throughput and capacity. While the main demand...

economical implications

  Most multi-homed networks need to engineer and control the traffic flow for both performance and economical reasons. This is commonly done by manually tweaking...


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