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November 2017 | By Mina G. Nasry @ NOOR Data Network
Load-balancing, what you should really know
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Load-balancing, what you should really know
 

Today, I'll try - through this long post - to scratch beneath the surface for two of the most well known transport models [IP/MPLS], and how load-balancing should work considering different scenarios for Cisco and Juniper implementations as an example of a multi-vendor environment.

 

 

Mina G. Nasry

Network Engineer, Core Team

at NOOR Data Network

 

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October 2016 | By Mina G. Nasry @ NOOR Data Network
Segment-Routing (SPRING) - At a glance
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Segment-Routing (SPRING) - At a glance
 

For the past few years, Segment-Routing (SPRING) proved its higher potential to the vast majority of data communication & network researchers, for what it provides from new methods and possibilities to make available network resources highly programmable. SPRING stands for "Source Packet Routing InNetworkinG" and it's being standardized in the IETF, and it enjoys strong industry support.

 

 

Mina G. Nasry

Network Engineer, Core Team

at NOOR Data Network

 

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