Thanks! You saw it in use in the context in which I was speaking, correct?
Isn't PfR the latest iteration of OER?
It's not dead and I've actually seen it in use a couple of times. Look
I believe Dana Blair was/is the principle engineer.
Yeah that's the only place I've seen it used. You are probably right...Pfr moving forward?
Very cool, thanks again. Finding people with having experience with it has
been really hard!
From "Cisco Performance Routing FAQs":
Q. What is CiscoR Performance Routing (PfR)?
A. Cisco Performance Routing complements classic IP routing technologies by
adding intelligence to select the best paths to meet application performance
requirements. The first phase of Performance Routing technology
intelligently optimized application performance over enterprise WANs and to
and from the Internet and named Optimized Edge Routing (OER). This
technology has evolved to become PfR and enables application performance
optimization throughout the enterprise network through an end-to-end,
It would be cool if someone could break down the pieces and how they all fit
Yeah that's the only place I've seen it used. You are probably
right...Pfr moving forward?