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L3 fabric DC -The underlay Network -Part1

In the previous posts we have discussed the classic DC designs and the M-LAG solution. In this post we will cover the basic L3 fabric DC, you might never heard of it or you think that’s a solution for massive scale DC, yes the massive DC in the world would be running L3 fabric but nowadays more …

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Classic DC and M-LAG

In the pervious post we talked  about BGP in Data Center and how it is a topic of discussion in between the DC and the SP arenas. In this post I will start explaining some classic DC design and laying its shortage which will engage the SP gurus with us, as …

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BGP in the Data Center

If you think that BGP is a Server Provider (SP) only protocol and is not your business in the data center, then better think again because BGP is coming to your territory. Traditionally for Enterprises and DCs; BGP commonly took part at the Internet edge in multi-homing scenarios (the internet from …

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What is 6PE?

6PE is one of the efficient solutions for interconnecting IPv6 islands over an IPv4-only MPLS cloud without needing to drastically change the core network design by having all your Core routers dual-stacked 6PE does not use manual standard tunnels, it provides an alternative where all tunnels are established dynamically eliminating …

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BGP Weight Attribute

BGP weight attribute is a Cisco proprietary path attribute that is local to the router and is used to influence local path selection on a certain router. BGP weight is the first in the list: BGP weight is the first tie breaker for best path selection on a Cisco router, …

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