Routing

Thoughts on Open/R

Since Facebook has released their Open/R routing platform, there has been a lot of chatter around whether or not it will be a commercial success, whether or not every hyperscaler should use the protocol, whether

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A glance back at the looking glass: Will IP really take over the world?

In 2003, the world of network engineering was far different than it is today. For instance, EIGRP was still being implemented on the basis of its ability to support multi-protocol routing. SONET, and other optical

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On the ‘net: I2RS on Packet Pushers

While Greg was at the IETF in Berlin, Sue Hares and I—the two current co-chairs of the I2RS working group—had a general discussion around what the big idea is and where the working group is

By |August 24th, 2016|Categories: ON THE NET, ROUTING|Comments Off on On the ‘net: I2RS on Packet Pushers