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Segment Routing Technical Training

Segment Routing is the latest technology that replaces MPLS and is based on source routing. Segment Routing provides complete control over the forwarding path from the source node by encoding the path in the header of the packet. Segment Routing is implemented using extensions to the native IGP routing protocols, it does not require any additional protocols and removes unnecessary protocols simplifying the network. Segment Routing runs natively on an MPLS or IPv6 data plane and can coexist with LDP, making for a painless migration. A special thank you to Clarence Filsfils and Kris Michielsen from Cisco Systems for providing the original content for the slides.
Segment Routing Technical Training Module 1 - Overview
5:2827 Plays
What is Segment Routing? This six-part video series provides an overview of the technology, the different types of Segment Routing, the advantages over MPLS and how it can be used to optimize bandwidth.
6 Videos
Total Time: 41:42
Segment Routing Technical Training Module 1 - Overview
5:2827 Plays
Segment Routing Technical Training Module 2 - Segment Types
7:4220 Plays
Segment Routing Technical Training Module 3 - SR and LDP Coexistence
5:053 Plays
Segment Routing Technical Training Module 4 - TI-LFA
5:456 Plays
Segment Routing Technical Training Module 5 - Traffic Engineering
12:142 Plays
Segment Routing Technical Training Module 6 - SRv6
5:285 Plays