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BGP

BGP – the protocol that runs the Internet

bgp and asymetric routing

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

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...

BGP and parallel links

One given in the network world is that bandwidth will increase. So that Gigabit Ethernet link that provided bandwidth to spare a year ago...

bgp attributes

The past few weeks we've discussed the main BGP path attributes: the next hop, the AS path, the MED. We also covered the community...

In many online games, very good network performance is a prerequisite for satisfactory gameplay. However, there are many kinds of games, and their networking...

The Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) system is a way to couple an IP address range to an autonomous system number through cryptographic signatures,...

BGP security

In our last post, we looked at protecting the TCP session that carries BGP information between two routers, mainly against spoofed TCP resets. However,...

MD5 password

Back in the late 1980s and the early 1990s when BGP was developed, security was still an afterthought for protocols used on the internet....

route optimizers

Yesterday, an incident occurred where an Autonomous System (AS) advertised more than 7,000 prefixes that belong to other networks. These are “more specific” prefixes—subsets...

Peering policy

As discussed in earlier posts, as networks grow larger it starts making sense to exchange traffic with other networks directly (peering) rather than pay...


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