I'm focusing currently on the "Unknown Unicast Flooding", and the proposed solutions from Cisco.
I really need deep information about:
Cisco Blocking Unknown Unicast Flooding (UUFB)
Unknown Unicast Flood Rate-limiting (UUFRL)
Unknown Unicast Forwarding (from Juniper)
I have already the concept they are used to block/limit unicast flooding attacks, however I'm intrested on how they work, the algorithms behind the process, any specific RFC, mechanisms and approaches !
I search about those concept, but what I found is just how configure them without go deep in their algorithms.
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