- Introduction to the Scalable and Modular Control Plane on the ASR 1000
- NSF/SSO, NSR, Graceful Restart to Ensure Robust Routing
- Packet Capture Using Encapsulated Remote SPAN
- Achieving Segmentation Using MPLS over GRE and MPLS VPNs over GRE Solutions
- Scalable v4/VPNv4 Route Reflector
- Scalable and Flexible Internet Edge
- Scalable Data Center Interconnect
- Chapter Review Questions
- Further Reading
Chapter Review Questions
Is NSF for IGPs enabled by default?
What is the difference between an NSF-aware and NSF-capable router?
What is ERSPAN, and which Cisco platforms support ERSPAN today?
How does IOS, being a 32-bit OS, address 16-GB DRAM in ASR1000-RP2 to achieve such a high route scale?
Does the ASR 1000 require a feature license to turn on and use MPLS, BGP, NAT, GRE, or NetFlow?
What is DCI, and how does the pseudowire failover work for remote node/link failure?