Advanced Inbound Traffic Engineering in Practice

Learn how ATMC gained optimal control over the inbound traffic by using IRP’s automated inbound commit control feature, minimized latency and packet loss, enhancing overall network performance.

Obtained Results:

Optimal control over the inbound traffic, keeping ATMC’s bandwidth levels below the preset thresholds for all the providers at all times.
Replacement of manual bandwidth checks and the error prone direct AS prepends tactics with IRP’s automated inbound commit control feature, which uses providers known prepend communities, integrated in IRP routing policies to intelligently route traffic.
Significant reduction of Packet Loss by an average of 79% for the analyzed prefixes. Reduction of the average network latency to destinations by nearly 22.4%, from 219 milliseconds to 170 milliseconds.
IRP’s comprehensive analytics provided detailed information on the overall state of the network and the improvements performed.

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