Yes, that’s right, we have another new BGP NLRI: BGP-LS. In this post we will be looking at BGP with Link State (LS) extension which is an integral part of the Carrier SDN strategy. We will look at why we need BGP-LS, its internals and its applications. What I won’t cover is things like do we need SDN?, […]
In this post we will be looking at Topology Independent LFA aka TI-LFA. We will also compare TI-LFA with LFA, rLFA and TE-FRR.
As we come close to ending this rather long running series on how the Internet really works (because I’m certain you’re about bored of this series, and ready for me to talk about something else!), I’d like to discuss three more topics I think are really important to the Internet’s operation on a day to […]
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In this post we will look at something which is relatively new but not as cool as my previous post on Segment Routing. We will take a look at a new BGP feature called “Accumulated IGP, metric of path to prefix” (RFC 7311 AIGP) which is an optional non-transitive attribute . A new AIGP TLV was created for this which contains […]