Which Routing Protocol - OSPF & IS-IS Compared
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This session will go into details of which routing protocol should be chosen for a large and complex network. The two protocol OSPF & ISIS will be compared side by side based on its functionality, usage, scalability and convergence. These two protocols will be compared in the light of IPv6 deployment also.
Faraz Shamim Biography:
Faraz Shamim, CCIE #4131, is a Network Consulting Engineer with Cisco Systems. He has written several documents, white papers and technical tips for OSPF, RIP, EIGRP and BGP on Cisco Connection Online, CCO (www.cisco.com). He has also been engaged in developing and teaching the Cisco Advance Training Bootcamps on Advanced IP Routing & IPv6. He has taught the Cisco Bootcamp Courses to several Universities and customers world wide. Faraz actively speaks at the US and International Conferences like Networkers and APRICOT on the subject of Link State Protocols, IPv6 & MPLS. Faraz is also an author of a Cisco press CCIE series book, "Troubleshooting IP Routing Protocols". Faraz has been with Cisco Systems since 1997 and speaking at Networkers Cisco Live events since 2000.
Khalid Raza Biography:
Khalid is a Distinguished Engineer at Cisco Systems. As a recognized expert within Cisco and worldwide ISP community, Khalid has been designinglarge scale IP and MPLS networks for over fifteen years. His expertise includes IP routing protocols (OSPF, ISIS and BGP), MPLS and ISP networks.
He represents Cisco in industry panel discussion and technical conferences around the world and discusses technologies and protocols related to large scale ISP and NRN networks.
Khalid has influenced technology directions and decisions within Cisco and ISP and NRN community worldwide. He has produced technical white papers and co-authored a book called "Large Scale IP Network Solutions". His current area of interest is converge networks and IPv6 routing protocols.