GLBP stands for Gateway Load Balancing Protocol. In this article, I will explain where GLBP is used , where it shouldn’t be used with the topologies.
Control plane packets are used to build a communication path between the networking devices. In some cases control plane is used to advertise and learn the endpoints. Imagine a network which consist of these networking devices, in order to crate a graph or tree among them for bridging or routing purpose, control plane protocols are …
CCIE vs. CCDE is probably one of the most frequently asked questions by networking experts.
MPLS over IP Encapsulations – Do you need an LSP for MPLS ? In this post, I will go through below topics. This is one of the points which network engineers struggle to understand as I have seen.
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 and finding best possible technical solutions for the business.
Quality of service (QoS) is the overall performance of a telephony or computer network, particularly the performance seen by the users of the network.
Fate sharing in networking – 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.
Couple days ago I discussed some IP Mobility solutions, including LISP (Locator Identity Separation Protocol) with the CCDE students.
QOS 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 any alternatives because it produces results that are superior to those achieved by other means or …
Load Balancing and Load Sharing – It is important to understand the difference between load balancing and load sharing.