Tag: IP Routing

MPLS vs IP Routing

    MPLS has been in the IT market for quite some time now. Before its introduction, Service providers bore the burden of providing services to customers using
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Introduction to Network Routers

Network Router is a layer 3 and 4 networking device of [p2p type=”slug” value=”osi-reference-model”]OSI model [/p2p]which routes packets across different networks. Router supports reachability between source and destination
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SNAT vs DNAT

Hi viewers, in this post we will walk through how SNAT differs from DNAT and when/where are they required in the network. But before we continue, let’s understand
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NAT Cheatsheet

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RIP v1 vs RIP v2

With advent of technology, new features and updates started arriving in networking protocols. Same is what happened to [p2p type=”slug” value=”rip-cheatsheet”]RIP[/p2p] protocol (a distance vector routing protocol running Bellman-Ford
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MPLS vs Internet

[the_ad id=”6733″]For connectivity across multiple location of an Enterprise, MPLS and Internet are 2 of the mainstay options customers consider. While MPLS connectivity being reliable and pretty robust
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MPLS LDP vs RSVP (-TE)

2 commonly used terms in MPLS are LDP and RSVP-TE. While the former relates to easy provisioning in MPLS setup, the latter i.e. RSVP-TE is related to guarantee
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