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In previous blogs, we explained how a network operator can use Segment Routing (SR) to implement traffic engineering policy. In this blog, we will introduce Topology Independent – Loop Free Alternates (TI-LFA).
In previous blogs, we introduced Segment Routing (SR) paths, segments, and label stacks. Now that we are familiar with SR fundamentals, we can discuss the most common SR application, Traffic Engineering (TE).
In last week’s blog, we introduced Segment Routing (SR) as an innovative traffic steering mechanism. We also introduced SR domains, policies, paths and segments. This week, we will explore them further. A
The Internet was initially designed to provide best-effort connectivity over a least-cost path. Relatively few sites were connected to the Internet, and within those sites, only applications that satisfied an