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Performance Routing (PfR), which was formerly known as Optimized Edge Routing (OER), is the general term used for features that take into account diverse WAN characteristics and make an informed-decision on the best path to reach a network or application, given multiple choices that may have varied performance characteristics. PfR by its nature takes into account the network performance, delay, loss, and link loading, where traditional routing protocols typically rely solely on cost (total bandwidth) once reachability, in that there is a neighbor relationship between routers, exists across a WAN link.
PfR DocWiki Navigation
- Performance Routing Technology Overview
- Performance Routing News
- Performance Routing Solution Guides
- Performance Routing Troubleshooting Guides
- Performance Routing FAQs
- Performance Routing MC/BR Versions
- Performance Routing Feature Names
- Performance Routing Scripts
- Performance Routing NMS
PfR Customer Survey
Please follow this link to access the customer survey on PfR:
PfR Heard On The Net (unverified)
- Cisco’s WAN / MPLS Redundancy Silver Bullet
- NetMasterClass, LLC -- Self Paced Products: Lesson CIERSV4: Cisco 360 Learning Program for CCIE R&S - Lesson V4.0 Upgrade
- 1.IPv6 multicasting
- 2.Zone Based Firewalls
- 3.Optimized Edge Routing (OER), Performance Based Routing (PfR)
- Block 3: Optimized Edge Routing(OER)/Performance Based Routing (PfR)
- • Optimized Edge Routing – Static Routes Part 1 • Optimized Edge Routing – Static Routes Part 2 • Optimized Edge Routing – Static Routes Part 3 • Optimized Edge Routing – Static Routes Part 4 • Optimized Edge Routing – Static Routes Part 5 • Optimized Edge Routing – BGP Part 1 • Optimized Edge Routing – BGP Part 2
- Live Online Group Mentoring
- Monday 06/27/11 12pm or 7pm Attaining Connectivity Beyond the Link-Layer – OSPF, EIGRP, RIP, Policy Routing and OER/PfR
- 2bccie.com (unverified)
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