The SDN OpenFlow tests highlighted Layer 2 & 3 forwarding, OpenFlow topology discovery, failure recovery in OpenFlow, and policy based routing.
What does PBR stand for?
PBR stands for Policy Based Routing
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NEC's Programmable Flow Series took part in the following tests; Topology Discovery via Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP), Layer 2 and layer 3 forwarding, Failure recovery, Policy based routing.
Like its predecessor, the E370LX supports advanced traffic management with L7 packet inspection/routing, Match Rules, tagged VLANs, and Policy Based Routing.
Full support is provided for Network Box advanced services - such as load balancing, quality of service, and advanced policy based routing - and the units are fully managed and monitored from the Network Box Global Management System.
Our nectar/ESM platform has the ability to interconnect disparate, hybrid PBX and IP PBX deployments while initiating policy based routing and capacity on demand.
7 contains numerous new standard features and product enhancements including: innovative Internet load sharing over multiple gateways, both physical and virtual; enhanced gateway failover; and advanced, highly configurable policy based routing capabilities.
Improvements include policy based routing, new pre-configured and custom reporting, static NAT capability, synchronized multi-site disaster recovery, port/link redundancy, URL rewrite and flexible application firewall rules.
Some of the enhancements include: -- Link Load Balancing: A major enhancement to link load balancing is the ability to perform policy based routing, which gives administrators significant flexibility in selecting route choices, since these can be based not only on the destination IP address, but also on entire flow parameters, such as source IP address, source port, destination IP address and destination port.