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Visibility into your IP service performance with TWAMP

  • May 7, 2020

François Marcotte

Senior Applications Engineer, EXFO

François Marcotte is a Senior Applications Engineer currently working at EXFO in Montreal, Canada. With more than 28 years in the telecommunication industry, he began his career at Bell Canada as an installer and repair man. He was involved in QAM HFC system design and integration in early 90’s.

Over the years, François has developed strong knowledge on Ethernet, MPEG, OTN and optical transport. He is continuously working with customers as a technical advisor for Ethernet, optical transport testing, performances test procedure and training. François is involved with product definition at EXFO for Ethernet and optical transport product. He is also a regular speaker in various seminars in North America.

François graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, as an Electrical Engineer.

   
   

With the introduction of 5G, NFV, SD-WAN, operators are looking for more precise and accurate tools to ensure carrier-grade performance. The working group of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) on IP Performance and Metrics has developed the RFC-5357 called Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol (TWAMP). The TWAMP protocol is a standards-based and highly effective performance monitoring process that expands upon the One-Way Active Measurement Protocol (OWAMP) specification with the addition of the performance measurement of round-trip and two-way metrics for IP-based networks.

Is TWAMP capable of bringing value for existing and future network deployment? Can it gather accurate performance statistics that truly reflect the end-to-end performance of any IP service?

This webinar will walk you through the TWAMP test and explore various use cases of real-time active monitoring using TWAMP. Important threshold metrics and requirements will also be discussed.

Key takeaways:

  • How TWAMP can be used to monitor end-to-end performance
  • How TWAMP testing brings value to your virtualization
  • How TWAMP testing can help find and fix intermittent problems

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