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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With its SD WAN expansion, Colt's customers can now benefit from features such as application based traffic steering, real-time service changes via an interactive customer portal and virtual routing, as well as firewall services enabled via Network Function Virtualisation (NFV).
The typical unclassified "stack" is comprised of 20 equipment racks that manage and defend traffic flows; perform firewall functions, intrusion detection and prevention, enterprise management, and virtual routing and forwarding; and enable the ingest of large sets of data, and provide the platforms to process that data and the mechanisms to help cyber operators analyze the data.
Mavenir, focused on transforming mobile network economics for Communications Service Providers, has announced its virtualized Media Breakout Controller (vMBC), a single white box routing platform that enables carriers to host virtual Routing, Firewall, and User plane data offload, the company said.
The solution also uses Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF) technology along with quantum computer resistant and next-generation encryption algorithms to deliver the highest levels of security and data segregation to users.
VRF (virtual routing and forwarding) offers a data segmentation mechanism that enables a single device to securely host multiple customers or departments.
By leveraging the accelerated virtual switch in the Titanium Server CPE platform, the Brocade 5600 vRouter aims to deliver best-in-class virtual routing performance the key to maximizing the overall subscriber capacity of the vBCPE and advancing in the New IP.
Network control specialist Infoblox this week announced enhancements to its NetMRI product that enable it to discover, track, and manage virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) of network traffic.
* Virtual routing to remote agents and dispersed locations
Data center, enterprise and service provider security services include: stateful inspection of IPv4, IPv6, Streams Control Transmission Protocol, IPsec VPN, SSL decryption, IP and GTP hardware assisted Quality of Service, dynamic and virtual routing, AppSecure, Network Address Translation and application level gateways for IPv4 and v6, SCTP and GTP protocols.
In VBF, the flooding is performed in a constrained virtual routing pipe where the radius of the virtual routing pipe is predetermined (a certain threshold).
The company said that Carrier Grade Edition Linux (CGE) 5.1 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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