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QoS Policy and its propagation via BGP (QPPB)

Quality of Service (QoS) refers to a collection of technologies that networking devices use to apply different treatment to packets as they pass through...

The report offers specific insights into the performance of major Internet Carriers for the month of August, 2018.

Tier 1 Report | July 2018

The report offers specific insights into the performance of major Internet Carriers for the month of July, 2018.

BGP Conditional Route Injection

We have recently posted the BGP Route Aggregation eBook that discusses the benefits of route aggregation and explains the various optional parameters associated with...

BGP route dampening

The unstable route whose availability alters repeatedly is called a flap. When flaps occur, fexcessive number of BGP UPDATE messages are sent to BGP...

BGP attribute filter

The BGP Attribute Filter feature enables BGP speakers to take a certain action based on the presence of a specified path attribute inside the...

BGP Optimal Route Reflection

Full iBGP Mesh and Route Reflection To avoid loops in a Full iBGP Mesh, BGP routers are only allowed to learn prefixes over iBGP from...

The report offers specific insights into the performance of major Internet Carriers for the month of June, 2018.

BGP and NAT

Network Address Translation (NAT) was originally described in RFC 1631. Although initially presented as a short term solution for preventing the IPv4 addresses depletion,...

Tier 1 May Report

The report offers specific insights into the performance of major Internet Carriers for the month of May, 2018.


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