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FRM – 92095: Oracle JInitiator version too low. Please install version 1.1.8.2 or higher

FRM – 92095: Oracle JInitiator version too low. Please install version 1.1.8.2 or higher

Jika anda menggunakan MAC OS X, apakah anda pernah mendapatkan pesan error pada saat ingin mengakses sebuah web berbasis Java? Pesannya adalah sebagai berikut : "FRM - 92095: Oracl ...

smart city pariaman kota

smart city pariaman kota

smart city pariama  kota ...

Link backbone Mentawai

Link backbone Mentawai

untuk optimalisasi trafik ke mentawai telkom meningkatkan layanannya dengan mengupgrade bacbone dari vsat scpc ke RADIO CERAGON. Hop radio dari bukittinggi ke mentawai ME-D1-BKTA-- ...

Mini ring unand  using omni switch and L3 HP dengan metro satu metro dengan 2 port beda

Mini ring unand using omni switch and L3 HP dengan metro satu metro dengan 2 port beda

ini di karenakan link nya menjadi prioritas karena kampus ini makai bw nya cuku gede. yah alih2 ini untuk meminimalkan ggnnya. yah supaya pelanggan puas. bikin 2 homing transport : ...

Osi Layer and TCPIP

Osi Layer and TCPIP

      Switching concept   ...

BGP Network Migration scenario

Given below is a small scenario where ISP_B is acquired by ISP_A, and hence the BGP AS number will change for ISP_B to match with ISP_A. Care will be taken that there is least impact on the Customer connected to ISP_B in terms of outage and reachability. Initial configuration on ISP_A router interface Loopback 0  ip address 1.1.1.1 255.255.255.255 ! interface serial 0/0  ip address 10.1.1.1 255.255.255.252 ...

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BGP AS-Path Prepending and AS-Path Filters

AS-Path prepending is a way to manipulate the AS-Path attribute of a BGP route. It allows prepending multiple entries of AS to a BGP route. This can come as a workaround if a specific path is required to be followed, and other means like Multi-Exit Discriminator (MED) is not supported. AS-Path prepending can be applied to inbound and outbound direction using route-maps. Consider the following- Outbound AS-P ...

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BGP Optimal Route-Reflection

  Problem Statement Let me start by describing the problem statement using the network below. The links show OSPF cost. In figure 1, R1, R2 and R3 are route-reflector clients of route-reflector RR. In this case, the BGP path selection algorithm will select the route from R3 as the best-path due to lower IGP cost (201) compared to R2 (211) - considering all other BGP attributes are same. RR# show ip bgp ...

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BGP Conditional Route Injection

A common practice with route-aggregation is to group a large address space into a single address prefix. One result of aggregation is that routing accuracy of neighbors is lost. Deaggregation is a feature that reconstructs components from a received aggregated prefix. It is accomplished using BGP Conditional Route Injection feature. It is the creation of more-specific prefixes when an aggregate exists. Thes ...

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BGP Conditional Advertisement

BGP, by default, advertises all the best paths in its BGP table to external peers. Sometimes, it might be required that BGP advertises some pathsconditionally, meaning, advertise paths only if some other routes are available. Conditional advertisement has two forms- advertisement of some prefix(es) when some other prefix(es) do not exist and advertisement of some prefix(es) when some other prefix(es) exist. ...

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BGP Outbound Route Filtering

Generally, a BGP speaker filters out unwanted routes from its peers based on its local routing policy. Since some resources are consumed when a BGP sender generates and transmits routing updates, as well as when the receiver processes these updates, it can be useful if the generation of these routing updates be avoided in the first place. RFC 5291 discusses BGP Outbound Route Filtering (ORF). An ORF entry i ...

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BGP Route Dampening

BGP route dampening is a feature to limit the propagation of flapping routes. BGP route dampening feature has three goals- a mechanism to reduce load on router processor caused by flapping routes increase route stability prevent sustained route oscillations This feature can be configured as follows- BGP Route Dampening Configuration router bgp 100  bgp dampening half-life reuse-limit suppress-limit maximum- ...

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BGP Update Generation – Part 2

Traditional peer-groups  were introduced to improve CPU utilization, and make configuration less redundant and easy to read. However, the way peer-groups work, the common attributes must be replicated across peer-groups. Hence, redundant configuration is not completely avoided and the ability to have session-specific configuration is limited. The BGP dynamic peer-group feature identifies peers that have sam ...

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BGP Update Generation

The following are different methods of improving BGP update generation- Peer groups BGP dynamic update peer groups Update packing enhancement BGP read-only mode This section will cover BGP peer groups. Peer groups provide a mechanism for BGP peers that have the same outbound policy to be associated with each other. Peer groups provide two major benefits- configuration reduction and ability of replicate upda ...

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BGP AS_PATH Attribute

BGP AS_PATH is a well-known mandatory attribute. This attribute identifies the autonomous systems (ASes) through which the UPDATE message has passed. It lists in reverse order the ASes traversed by a prefix, with the last AS placed at the beginning of the list. The primary purpose of AS_PATH is to provide loop-prevention during inter-AS routing. Four types of AS segments are supported within the AS_PATH in ...

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