Internetworking Technologies Resources on content covers numerous internetworking technologies, from traditional ones like QoS or NetFlow to emerging technologies like Segment Routing.

Interested in network design challenges? Our content will help you size your network links, or set up traffic analysis solutions that you can use to better understand end-to-end traffic flows.

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Global Internet Technologies

Upcoming Internet Challenges: A short webinar describing major challenges Internet will face in the next few years, from exponential traffic growth to IPv4 address exhaustion, explosive routing table growth and lack of trustable global routing.

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Surviving in the Internet Default-Free Zone: In this webinar, we will take apart terms, such as AS, BGP, LOAs, IXPs, RADB, transit, peering, announcements, prefixes, filters... and explain the subtle differences in how interconnection happens.

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Internet Routing Security: While we had the necessary means and technologies to significantly enhance the routing and packet forwarding security in the Internet for years if not decades, we’re still facing BGP hijacks and amplification DDoS attacks on daily basis. This webinar will describe some of the reasons for this dismal state of affairs, the steps one can take to increase the Internet routing security, and the MANRS framework that can guide you on that journey.

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MPLS Technologies

MPLS Essentials: This webinar describes MPLS fundamentals, including MPLS TE, QoS with MPLS, and Segment Routing.

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Segment Routing Introduction: Segment Routing is probably the most significant addition to the MPLS control plane in the last decade. It significantly simplifies MPLS deployments (for example, BGP-free network core or L2VPN/L3VPN), reduces the number of protocols needed in an MPLS-enabled network, and enables stateless MPLS traffic engineering.

In this webinar Jeff Tantsura, chair of IETF Routing Area Working Group, explains the basics of Segment Routing and its operation with an SDN controller.

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Network Operating Systems

Network Operating System Models: In this webinar we'll examine the different network OS models in use today, both by traditional network vendors and in the brave new world of open networking.

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FRRouting Architecture and Features: In this webinar, we will dive deep into the FRRouting project, an IP routing protocol suite for Linux and Unix platforms which includes protocol daemons for BGP, IS-IS, LDP, OSPF, PIM, and RIP.

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Traffic Management Technologies

Sizing the Network: There aren't any simple algorithms to determine link bandwidth sizing. The result is that links are often grossly over-capacity, which wastes money. This webinar describes methods you can use to determine link utilization and size the links in your network.

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QoS Fundamentals: In this webinar Ethan Banks discusses what Quality of Service (QoS) is for, and when and where it should be used to solve specific business problems.

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Network Visibility with Flow Data: Network traffic analysis with flow data has become a popular tool to gain detailed visibility into our networks. Determining traffic patterns, taking informed business decisions and protecting against anomalies all become possible with the additional insight. However flow data collection and analysis is not a one-size-fits-all problem.

Different networks have different needs and objectives, and therefore flow data collection and analysis is often perceived as something complex. This webinar will provide you with all the details you need to design and build a next-generation network flow data collection pipeline.

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Network Observability: In this webinar we'll discuss what is observability, how it's different from monitoring, and why this matters. We'll then figure out how network architectures and technologies can help observability.

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