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intent-verification │ network-troubleshooting

BGP resiliency and received prefixes

BGP is famously known for being the routing protocol of the internet, but not only. A lot of companies are using BGP in their internal network. One of…
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Ensuring your environment is as secure as you intended (1/3)

In a world where network security is getting more and more complex, how do you know what you’re doing is accomplishing what you want? Is that firewall rule…
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Enriching your network tooling

In our last post, we discussed the complexity of the operational tooling ecosystem that we use to maintain and support networks. In particular we looked into the following…
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Mind the gaps in your network tooling!

The network is a distributed system whose raison d'etre is to deliver applications to your users in a reliable and timely way. In order to keep your network…
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Integration with the Operational Ecosystem

In every product conversation and demonstration, we are always at pains to point out that we discover and curate an incredible wealth of network data in our platform.…
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10 ways to make your network run more smoothly

If I were to say that you could: - Identify BGP peering instability; - Spot Single Points of Failure; - Verify end-to-end QoS - Track down OSPF area…
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Curing Wireless Woes

As more organisations adapt their working practices to cope with an unpredictable office situation, so wireless networking becomes ever more important to allow access to networked services. Pervasive…
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Declaration of Intent!

After presenting IP Fabric at Networking Field Day 23, a number of Twitter threads started probing at the idea of Intent-Based Networking (IBN) - is it simply a…
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Can You Handle the Truth?

A lively debate sparked up after Networking Field Day 23, where we presented IP Fabric to a panel of delegates and hundreds of eager online viewers. Could we…
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Verifying 802.1X configuration

Why 802.1X? There was a time when networks were secure islands, used to connect PCs to services they consumed and each other. The network was protected from the…
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