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.
Best Practices 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 fate sharing ? Below is the Wikipedia definition of fate sharing.
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 inevitably a period of disruption to the delivery of traffic until the network reconverges on the new topology.
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 in this post.
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 any alternatives because it produces results that are superior to those achieved by other means or because it has become …
You need route redistribution for many reasons. In this post,the drivers for the route redistribution but more importantly the best practices for applying route redistribution will be explained in great detail.
Hiding the information from network core is important. But why hiding the information is important ? What type of information we are trying to hide ? Why from network core only ? How we can hide the information from network core ?
What is KISS Principle ? Okay it stands for Keep it Simple and Stupid but what does really it mean in networking ? Can we really make things simpler ?. Probably yes but should we ? Let’s remember What Einstein said about simplicity.