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Border Gateway Protocol knits together the Internet by exchanging routing information between networks. It is these routes that determine how traffic flows to your apps and services. But understanding when and why routes change can be tough. Join us for a crash course on BGP, how networks and routes are defined, and how they change over time.

In this webinar, we'll share how:

  • The Internet is organized into Autonomous Systems
  • BGP communicates AS Paths between networks
  • Routing decisions are made within each network
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Border Gateway Protocol knits together the Internet by exchanging routing information between networks. It is these routes that determine how traffic flows to your apps and services. But understanding when and why routes change can be tough. Join us for a crash course on BGP, how networks and routes are defined, and how they change over time.

In this webinar, we'll share how:

  • The Internet is organized into Autonomous Systems
  • BGP communicates AS Paths between networks
  • Routing decisions are made within each network

Border Gateway Protocol knits together the Internet by exchanging routing information between networks. It is these routes that determine how traffic flows to your apps and services. But understanding when and why routes change can be tough. Join us for a crash course on BGP, how networks and routes are defined, and how they change over time.

In this webinar, we'll share how:

  • The Internet is organized into Autonomous Systems
  • BGP communicates AS Paths between networks
  • Routing decisions are made within each network

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