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Introduction to

Segment Routing

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Upon completing this module, you will be
able to:
 Describe the Cisco implementation of AER
 Explain the segment routing concepts
 List the types of segments used in segment
routing
 Describe the SRGB

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This module contains the following lessons:
 Examining Cisco AER

 Exploring Segment Routing Concepts

 Examining Segment Types

 Examining the SRGB

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Examining Cisco AER

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Upon completion of this lesson, you should
be able to:
 Describe the importance of AER
 Describe the AER actions
 Describe the benefits of AER
 List the AER implementation objectives and
phases

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 Traditional interaction between applications and network infrastructure
has been limited.
 Greater interaction helps optimize network and offer new services.
 Uses existing SP investments in network infrastructure due to IP traffic growth.
 Generates new revenue services to replace declining or stalled legacy revenues
service.
 Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Traffic Engineering implemented
to address optimization.
 MPLS-TE presented limitations and challenges.

 The Cisco Application Engineered Routing solution enables this


interaction.
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The Cisco Application Engineered Routing solution is founded on
these architectural tenets:
 Simple: Requires fewer network protocols; automated sub-50-ms FRR
protection.
 Agile: Works across multiple network domains; can be implemented on
physical and virtual network elements.
 Scalable: Provides single, per-flow state in network; increases
scalability; provides granular, per-application service.
 Programmable: Programs network with application requirements.

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The Cisco Application Engineered Routing solution has been
devised with the following goals:
 Utilize customer’s past investments in network infrastructure.
 Make the network infrastructure more agile and simpler to operate.
 AER is implemented in three asynchronous phases
 Each phase adds incremental value.

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Phase 1: Enable segment routing on the MPLS network
infrastructure.
Phase 2: Insert SDN controller for data collection and network
programmability.
Phase 3: Augment solution to multiple network domains to allow
application and network infrastructure control end to end.

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In this lesson, you examined the following topics:
 Traditional interaction between applications and network infrastructure was limited.
The interaction and exchange between applications and and network infrastructure
is becoming increasingly important to service providers and enterprises.
 The Cisco Application Engineered Routing solution provides end-to-end control
over how the network infrastructure transports applications. The benefits of AER
are a reduction of capital expenditures, service innovation that promotes revenue
and decreased operating expenses.
 Given the continuous growth in IP traffic and network devices, service providers
need to transform their network infrastructure. The transformation includes making
it simple, agile, scalable, and programmable.
 The AER implementation objectives include incorporating segment routing and
incorporating an SDN controller.
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