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  • BGP (Border Gateway Protocol)

    BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) is a protocol for exchanging routing information between gateway hosts (each with its own router) in a network of autonomous systems.

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  • Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) troubleshooting: Advanced approach

    This tip on troubleshooting Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) takes an advanced approach and details how to work with Internet service provider (ISP) networks.

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  • Introduction to Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)

    Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the routing protocol that makes the Internet work. This tip explains how BGP works.

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  • The year’s 5 hottest telecom topics and editor’s picks

    The past year in telecom was a lot more than ominous recession forecasts and survival tips. From BGP and MPLS to flexible service provisioning, optics and wireless broadband, telecom pros were intensely focused on next-generation networking this year from the network core to service delivery. Check...

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  • BGP Autonomous Systems transition: The 10 biggest concerns

    As the supply of BGP Autonomous Systems (AS) 2-byte numbers continues to decline, the Internet community is preparing for the transition to 4-byte numbers. Find out what you need to do now, what to do later, and how your vendors need to support you.

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  • Improving BGP services and security

    Design your MPLS/BGP network to protect yourself from malicious attacks and customer and peer errors, while you make it more resilient and easier to maintain.

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  • Virtual aggregation: Lifeline for exploding Internet routing tables

    Virtual Aggregation offers carriers steps to reduce the impact of the Internet routing table explosion on their networks and extend the life span of routers for up to 10 years, especially with the IPv4 address shortage, IPv6 deployment and fast BGP and routing table growth affecting core Internet...

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  • Designing large-scale BGP networks

    If you're running a large-scale IP network, you're going to need Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), but not for a fast-converging protocol to implement modern IP-based services. You need to know where and how to deploy BGP, and when to bring in help.

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