virtual routing

virtual routing

A method for supporting different types of networks or multiple logical networks within the same network. Every router in the network is capable of supporting several protocol stacks or several routing tables rather than requiring a router for each one. It enables virtual subnets within the network, each independent of the other. Virtual subnets combine the logical subdivision provided by layer 2 virtual LANs (VLANs) with the filtering and firewall benefits of layer 3 routing. In addition, virtual routing often allows the entire network to be viewed from a single management console.
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ADARA SDN is a complete end-to-end solution including cloud switching and routing software, cloud management platforms, SDN applications and software and network functions virtualization (NFV), including virtual routing, WAN optimization and WAN routing.
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To overcome traffic bottlenecks, Nuage Networks' Virtual Routing and Switching (VRS) module will substantially increase the efficiency of each network port to enable the support of more virtual machines per server.
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1 also offers virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) capabilities for secure wireless networks and is compliant with Carrier Grade Linux, IPv6 and Linux Standard Base certifications.
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shdsl Line Card and T1/E1 IMA (Inverse Multiplexing over ATM) WAN module, subscriber interface rate limiting, and enhancements to its existing IP virtual routing capabilities that make it configuration-free and allow for per-flow QoS.
If the primary unit fails, the backup unit automatically activates via virtual routing redundancy protocol.
Virtual routing, in concept, changes everything we have come to understand and expect about networking, from the business models to the technologies behind them.
The company will merge the SteelApp product line with its growing portfolio of software networking products such as virtual routing, firewall, VPN, SDN controller, and network visibility and analytics.
Multi-Chassis Trunking (MCT), and Virtual Routing and Forwarding
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