We had the usual gloomy December weather during the end-of-year holidays, and together with the partial lockdown (with confusing ever-changing rules only someone in Balkans could dream up) it managed to put me in OCD mood… and so I decided to remove broken links from the old blog posts.
While doing that I figured out how fragile our industry is – I encountered a graveyard of ideas and products that would make Google proud. Some of those blog posts were removed, I left others intact because they still have some technical merits, and I made sure to write sarcastic update notices on product-focused ones. Consider those comments Easter eggs… now go and find them ;))
Anyway, I also salvaged some of the old content I was stupid enough to publish somewhere else from archive.org. Here it is:
- Disable Flapping BGP Neighbors
- VRF Routing Process Limitations
- SPF Events in OSPF and IS-IS
- PE-to-PE Troubleshooting in MPLS VPN Networks
- Unequal-Bandwidth EBGP Load Balancing
- Load Balancing with Parallel EBGP Sessions
- Using EIGRP in MPLS VPN Networks
- Conditional BGP Route Origination
- Using IP Prefixes, AS Numbers and Domain Names in Examples
- Multihomed IP Hosts
- RIBs and FIBs (aka IP Routing Table and CEF Table)
- IS-IS Is Not Running over CLNP
- Multi-Level IS-IS in a Single Area? Think Again!