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BGP: Tony Li

Mirjam Kühne

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 Protocol.

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BABEL: Juliusz Chroboczek

Mirjam Kühne

BABEL is a lightweight protocol designed to support ad-hoc networks.

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Distributed Denial of Service Attacks: Roland Dobbins

Mirjam Kühne

DDoS attacks have not always been as common as they are today, nor have the defensive systems used to protect networks against them. In this recording, Roland Dobbins, who helped to develop and deploy many of the anti-DDoS systems in use today, discusses the history of DDoS attacks.

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Cisco CLI: Terry Slattery and Rob Widmer

Mirjam Kühne

Many different methods of configuration were available in the early days of configuring routers; Bay networks, for instance, provided on-screen navigation of SNMP MIBs. The CLI was a great improvement.

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The Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert: Terry Slattery and Bruce Pinsky

Mirjam Kühne

Certifications in networking really started with the CCIE.

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BIER: Tony Przygienda

Mirjam Kühne

Supporting service meshes and multicast has always been a challenge on IP networks; BIER provides an answer to these problems.

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MPLS: Ross Callon

Mirjam Kühne

Multiprotocol Label Switching, or MPLS, underlies much of the magic that makes large-scale transit networks run, and is a precursor to concepts like controller-based SDN.

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MPLS/TE: George Swallow

Mirjam Kühne

Traffic engineering is an interesting case study in using packet based mechanisms to solve problems traditionally solved with circuit switched network technologies. George Swallow is one of the original designers of MPLS/TE.

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Pseudowires: Luca Martini

Mirjam Kühne

In the first few decades of networking, circuit switched solutions reigned supreme. When packet switched networks were fully adopted, network engineers discovered there were some problems that were still best solved with circuit switched technologies--hence the invention of emulated point-to-point …

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LISP: Dino Farinacci

Mirjam Kühne

Location and identity are often bundled into a single "thing" in IP networking. One attempt to separate these two is the Locater Identifier Separation Protocol, or LISP. Dino Farinacci is the inventor of LISP.

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