When I studied for my CCDE, I had the good fortune of receiving mentoring from Russ White. Something he taught me, that I really took to heart, is that in every design and choice you make, there is a tradeoff.
In a recent Packet Pushers Heavy Networking episode, Ethan and Greg discussed how difficult SD-WAN is, and why you shouldn’t outsource your SD-WAN to a MSP. So, how difficult is really SD-WAN? Now, this is of course going to depend
A couple of days ago, I wrote on LinkedIn asking you what a SD-WAN solution should consist of. https://www.linkedin.com/posts/danieldib_sdn-sdwan-wan-activity-6583614108971655168-BH8x The post was meant to create a discussion and there were a lot of great answers. Some of the features are
If you follow me on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/danieldibswe), you know I have been doing a lot of SD-WAN lately and I recently built my own lab. In this lab, I wanted to try a feature known as service chaining. What
I had an interesting discussion with Jon Cooper in the Network Collective Slack. The discussion was around SD-WAN. We were discussing if SD-WAN is just a “glorified DMVPN” or if it’s something more than that. Note that this was a
For the last year I have been working a lot with IWAN which is Cisco’s SD-WAN implementation (before Viptela acquisition). One of the important aspects of SD-WAN is to be able to load balance the traffic. Load balancing traffic is
Happy new year to all the readers of the blog! I’ve been lacking the time to update the blog lately which I’m sorry for. Work is keeping me busy with some interesting projects. I hope to get a bit more