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This topic is a chance to clarify your questions about the configuration, verification, troubleshooting and general best current practices of dynamic routing protocols. All questions regarding to general design, flooding, in-depth mechanics, and features of RIP, OSPF, IS-IS EIGRP, and BGP are welcome.
Dynamic routing protocols are a fundamental piece for internetworking, their main function is to provide the mechanisms to generate, process, and distribute topological and network layer reachability information (NLRI). Having an in-depth knowledge of routing protocols is key to understand modern overlay solutions such as Cisco DNA and a plethora of SDN designs, since these use some form of underlying routing form to perform connections under the hood.
Ask questions from Monday 09th to Friday 20th of December, 2019
is a devoted IP routing learner with a wide knowledge and experience in different technologies such as MPLS, x-EVPN, Segment Routing, IS-IS, MP-BGP, Network Programmability and Automation. He works as a Network Development Engineer in the Internet Edge Engineering team at Amazon in the EMEAR region, he focuses on Automation and R&S/SP technologies. Before that, he worked as a senior TAC engineer in the Service Provider team for the Americas theatre at Cisco. Elvin is an active member of the networking community where he often collaborates developing and publishing technical content or participating on live events or forum sessions for R&S and SP technologies for the Cisco Community, as well he engages in technical discussions in the Cisco Learning Networking community, where he has been honored with the Cisco Designated VIP distinction in multiple years 2013-2017. Elvin holds two CCIE certifications, one in R&s and one in SP (#57406)..
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