When it comes to transport network, these days very hot discussion in the networking community is the comparison between Segment Routing, LDP and RSVP.
Recently I published a new book on Segment Routing. Segment Routing have been deployed by many networks (Both Enterprises and Service Providers ) for many different use cases such as Traffic Engineering, Fast Reroute , Monitoring and so on and I believe Segment Routing will be even more popular in near future. Thus, I believe …
I would like to share with you every week some networking resources , can be video , article , book , diagram , another website etc. Whatever I believe can be useful for the computer network engineers, mobile network providers, satellite engineers ,transmission experts, datacenter engineers, basically whatever I am interested in and I like, …
Inter AS Option C is the most complex, insecure, uncommon, but extremely scalable inter provider MPLS VPN solution.
In this post I will explain MPLS Layer 3 VPN deployment by providing a case study. This deployment mainly will be for green field environment where you deploy network nodes and protocols from scratch. This post doesn’t cover migration from Legacy transport mechanisms such as ATM and Frame Relay migration as it is covered in …
In networking we use many times different terms to define the same thing. MPLS tunnel label or transport label are just two of those.
VRF-Lite + GRE – I am going to create a new category on the blog which we will discuss together the different technologies,protocols, designs and architecture.
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.
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.
MPLS-TP – Multi-Protocol Label Switching Transport Profile (MPLS-TP) is a new technology developed jointly by the ITU-T and the IETF. The key motivation is to add OAM functionality to MPLS in order to monitor each packet and thus enable MPLS-TP to operate as a transport network protocol.