This topic is a chance to discuss more about about the most widely deployed Routing Protocols in today’s Enterprise Networks, such as EIGRP, OSPF and BGP. The use of dynamic Routing Protocols is necessary in order to keep the network operational, provide scalability and reduce complexity.Routing Protocols are easy to sep up, however, inner workings and predicting the network reconverge might me a challenge specially in failover scenarios.
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Hector Gustavo Serrano is a Customer Support Engineer in the Global Cisco Technical Assistance Center. He is part of the Routing Protocols team, specialized in troubleshooting Routing issues, additionally he educates about best practices of Routing Protocols deployed on customer’s networks. For the last 6 six years he has worked with Cisco platforms for Enterprise Networks, specially focused on US customers. Hector Gustavo also holds a CCIE in Routing & Switching (49102) and a Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunication engineering.
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