Mission Control Inter-Domain BGP Router

The BGP router ensures stable and provider-independent operation of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) in an organization, which reduces the operational overhead associated with changing an Internet Service Provider (ISP).

The Border Gateway Protocol allows an organization to use redundant Internet Service Provider links with a unique addressing scheme for the services being offered to the public. At the same time, it increases the availability of the services from the public internet, as well as the organization's outward connectivity.

A typical setup involving two different ISPs that can be used in parallel to serve requests for public services located within a demilitarized zone (DMZ).
A typical setup involving two different ISPs that can be used in parallel to serve requests for public services located within a demilitarized zone (DMZ).

BGP Router statistics are generated in real time. A click on a summarizing graph expands a detailed view.
BGP Router statistics are generated in real time. A click on a summarizing graph expands a detailed view.
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