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How to troubleshoot issues with the network discovery in IP Fabric

The IP Fabric platform is a very unique and innovative system. It ultimately combines traditional approaches and new ideas, which may generate further misconceptions or simply misunderstandings. After…
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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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Proactive Health Check?

The prefix “pro” quite literally means “before.” If an individual is proactive, it means that they make things happen instead of waiting for things to happen to them. Thus, being…
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Network Time Traveller

As a network manager in today’s world, we are expected to be time travellers and mind readers………………… let that digest for a second 🤔 We need to know exactly…
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Troubleshooting Multicast Traffic Flows

Just what is multicast? How do you set up your network to handle multicast? And how do you troubleshoot it if it fails? Let's start from the beginning.…
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Discover WLAN Access points and connected users with IP Fabric

Wireless LAN (Local Area Network) or WLAN access points are inevitably a stable part of enterprise networks. The number of connected devices has been growing exponentially during the…
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5 Ways To Sell Your Network Automation Project

Let's face it, as network engineers, we get excited about connectivity. We care about the cool technologies we get to play with to connect users to apps, "things"…
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OSPF Path Cost Consistency

What does OSPF do for me? Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a standards-based routing protocol for IPv4. It is used to advertise paths to a network prefix…
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Verify end-to-end QoS

Verifying Quality of Service is a complex task when delivering applications across a large network. It involves a detailed understanding of the behaviour of many different devices, often…
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Multicast routing in IP Fabric 3.5

Multicast routing and related implementations can be a real pain. If you want to make a network engineer nervous (and it doesn’t matter whether managing enterprise or service…
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