Multi-Homing Without BGP
For years, ISPs and large enterprises have executed multi-homing by using Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) to connect multiple Internet backbones. Unfortunately, the cost and complexity of this routing method is not viable for small to medium businesses.
Luckily, there are less expensive, simpler alternatives available. BGP is not the only way to accomplish WAN link aggregation and automatic failover, and for some, it’s not even the best way.
Download the Multi-Homing without BGP report to learn:
- What is BGP?
- Do I need BGP?
- Why is BGP used by businesses that aren't ISPs?
- What are the major barriers encountered with BGP multi-homing?
- What are my alternatives?
- How do I know what's right for my organization?
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