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January 2017 | By Zied TURKI @ NetXP
BGP is SDN's best friend!

BGP is SDN's best friend!

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) began life where and when you would least expect it: Yakov Rekhter and Kurt Lougheed with help from Len Bosak designed and drew the BGP state diagram in January 1989 at IETF 12 over lunch. The first RFC was formalized in June of the same year.

For those of you who are not familiar with BGP, keep in mind that BGP is a network protocol which distributes network information over TCP using NLRI (Network Layer Reachability Information).




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