June 25, 2014

Understanding and Optimizing BGP Peering Relationships with Advanced Route and Traffic Analytics


Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) connects autonomous systems (AS) to each other. Proper tools can optimize BGP connections and help network operators reduce transit costs -- and provide higher service quality by providing visibility into inter-AS traffic. This technical paper explains about how to optimize BGP operations and help NOCs manage service delivery proactively.

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