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CCNP ROUTE Portable Command Guide by Scott Empson, Hans Roth

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Chapter 5. Implementing Path Control

This chapter provides information concerning the following topics related to implementing path control:

Offset lists

Cisco IOS IP Service Level Agreements

Policy routing using route maps

Configuration example: route maps

Note

Path control is the mechanism that changes default packet forwarding across a network. It is not quality of service (QoS) or MPLS Traffic Engineering (MPLS-TE). Path control is a collection of tools or a set of commands that is able to manipulate the routing protocol forwarding table or to bypass default packet forwarding. The manipulation of routing information may be required to obtain better resiliency, performance, or availability in your network.

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