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OpenConfig is an effort amongst many cooperative network operators to define vender-neutral data models for configuring and managing networks programatically.
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The concept of disaggregation could not be taken seriously before the rise of merchant silicon. Yuval Bachar designed the Backback, one of the first "white ...
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eVPN uses BGP to carry information to form layer 2 and layer 3 overlays. eVPN has expanded, over time, to solve most overlay problems.
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Traffic engineering is an interesting case study in using packet based mechanisms to solve problems traditionally solved with circuit switched network ...
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Location and identity are often bundled into a single "thing" in IP networking. One attempt to separate these two is the Locater Identifier Separation ...
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Multiprotocol Label Switching, or MPLS, underlies much of the magic that makes large-scale transit networks run, and is a precursor to concepts like ...
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Many different methods of configuration were available in the early days of configuring routers; Bay networks, for instance, provided on-screen navigation of ...
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Before BGP, the Internet core (or default free zone) went through several protocols. In this recording, Tony Li discusses the origin of the Border Gateway ...
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Dr. Chon is a professor in South Korea who first encountered IP networking while working in the United States. He carried these technologies back to South ...
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The growth of the Internet in Latin America is different than in North America, not least because of the many geographic and political realities in the region. ...
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