Network route monitoring

Supplied by SolarWinds Software on Friday, 28 June, 2013


Advanced routing protocols designed to automatically identify and update the optimal traffic route make it increasingly difficult for the network professional to keep up with the state and topology of network routes. Network failures are characterised by a variety of different symptoms (loss of connectivity, inability to reach a destination or a slow network) resulting from a variety of root causes (configuration errors, missing routes in a routing table or route flapping). This white paper looks further into this issue and some possible troubleshooting solutions. 


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