SD WAN Cisco Technology

By stancutler,

SD WAN improves performance for cloud-based applications by making it easier to set up Internet break outs at remote offices, over peering link (the same link as between the network and the PBX), and over the Internet. The WAN 1.0 was developed to establish network control over a large domain in an area of 300K IP addresses. This same WAN can be deployed at a smaller or a larger application site by switching the provider and creating a new subnet on which to establish service. WAN 1.1 can provide the high performance (64 Mbps), the low latency (uplink and downlink) and the flexibility for a flexible network configuration. WAN is still under development but is progressing rapidly.

Most of the calls for WAN support, especially in the UK, involve large, metropolitan companies. The reason for this is that in UK, WAN is very much an “if you build it they will come” problem. Most large companies are dealing with customers over the web and over peering links, and many of these are short distance communications between their data center and the customer. If the application is a mobile application, the new WAN technology will not solve all the problem but will help to provide the short distance communications and to bring on board peering links, and that’s why is better to understand how the WAN works, and you can find information about this at https://www.fortinet.com/resources/cyberglossary/sd-wan-explained.

You might be interested in this article http://www.acm.org/remote-office/cisco-ninth-annual-remote-office-congress/technical-articles/internet-of-things/

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