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  • MPLS Transport Profile
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Design considerations for network mergers and acquisitions

Network mergers and acquisitions are the processes which can be seen in any type of businesses. As a network designers, our job to identify the business requirements of both existing networks and the merged network …

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Do You Really Need Quality of Service?

Quality of service (QoS) is the overall performance of a telephony or computer network, particularly the performance seen by the users of the network.

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Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 Service Providers

What is tier in the first place ? If you are dealing with Service Provider networks, you hear this term a lot. But how we define Tier 1,Tier 2 and Tier 3 Service Providers ?

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What is reliability in networking?

What is reliability in networking ? Why reliability is an important design tool ? I will provide the answers of these questions with the examples in this post.

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Is Fate Sharing bad thing in network design?

Is fate sharing bad thing in network design? Someone asked this question recently on my youtube channel and I want to share a post for the website followers as well. First of all, what is …

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Packet loss with Fast Reroute!

Do we still lose packet with fast reroute? One of my students asked me this question. And I would like to share the answer with everyone.

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I discussed some IP Mobility solutions including LISP!

Couple days ago I discussed some IP Mobility solutions, including LISP (Locator Identity Separation Protocol) with the CCDE students.

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CCDE Before and After!

Don’t expect technical topic in this post. Instead I wanted to show how was my situation before and after the CCDE – Cisco Certified Design Expert !. Enjoy 🙂

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Fast Convergence and the Fast Reroute – Definitions/Design Considerations in IP and MPLS

Fast Convergence and the Fast Reroute Network reliability is an important design aspect for deployability of time and loss sensitive applications. When a link, node or SRLG failure occurs in a routed network, there is …

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BGP Next-Hop Behaviour in IP and MPLS Networks

One of my CCDE bootcamp students asked a question about next hop in MPLS VPN network. So, I would be very pleased to explain the BGP next hop behaviour both in IP and MPLS network …

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IS-IS Routing Protocol Interview Questions

IS-IS is a link state routing protocol. Commonly used in Service Provider networks.

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Quality of Service Best Practices

What is best practice ? Below is a Wikipedia definition of best practice. This apply to education as well. A best practice is a method or technique that has been generally accepted as superior to …

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