Friday, 3 March 2017

General Network Challenges [ Asymmetric routing ] CCNP.

Asymmetric routing

Asymmetric routing is when a packet takes one path to the destination and takes another path when returning to the source. For example, review the following diagram. Packets from client to server take one route and packets from server to client take another route.

ROUTERA----->WAN LINK 1----->ROUTERB  Going  path.
ROUTERB----->WAN LINK 2 ----->ROUTERA  Return path.

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