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Webcast event- Introduction to Segment Routing

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Webcast event: Introduction to Segment Routing


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This event had place on Tuesday 19th, March 2019 at 10hrs PDT 


This event provides an introduction to Segment Routing (SR) and its simplicity for MPLS data plane forwarding in Cisco IOS® XE and Cisco IOS XR. There are a variety of MPLS applications, which are built over multiple control plane protocols with complex interactions. Label Switch Paths (LSPs) have been traditionally provisioned with protocols such as LDP, TDP, RSVP-TE, and BGP-LU.
The session includes a live demonstration of configuration examples and other best practices.


  • Label distribution overview
  • SR overview
  • MPLS applications over SR
  • Live demonstration

Featured Speaker

Elvin Arias Soto.pngElvin Arias Soto is a Customer Support Engineer with the Cisco IOS XR team in Cisco’s Customer Experience organization. He has experience across different technologies such as OSPF, BGP, IS-IS, EIGRP, Cisco IOS XR, DMVPN, MPLS, and multicast among others. Elvin holds a bachelor’s degree in information technology from the Iberoamericana University of the Dominican Republic. He has several Cisco certifications, such as CCIE R&S #57406, CCNP R&S, CCNA Service Provider, CCNA Security, and CCNP SP. He is currently preparing for the CCIE Service Provider certification. In addition, the Cisco Learning Network community has selected him as a Cisco Designated VIP for five years in a row (since 2013).

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