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Title: Migración de Core de red a SDN Cisco ACI
Author: Peña Núñez, Gregorio de
Jofre Bravo, Jaume
Abstract: As a result of the continuous digitization of services, communications networks are experiencing a significant increase both in the level of traffic they support and in the number of network elements that compose them. Normally the management of conventional network elements is done in a decentralized manner and given this continuous increase that is being experienced, it is difficult to manage them for the provision of services, maintenance or to carry out a simple Troubleshooting in the event of a network incident. This TFG documents how a Core network of a bank that is affected by these problems is migrated, which are largely derived from the digitization of its services and the continuous increase in communications with other external companies. The bank's Core network is based on Cisco C6500 equipment to which more and more equipment is being added, which makes its management very complex since each equipment requires its own CLI connection to manage it. On the other hand, to this is added that they are old equipment and both the throughput and the speeds of their interfaces are outdated for the type of service and speeds that are demanded today. For all these reasons, it is necessary to implement a solution that allows the centralized management of the entire Core network and that in turn gives more quality, stability and scalability to the network. To accomplish the bank's objectives, it is proposed to migrate the conventional network to an SDN solution that provides a substantial improvement in the bank's communications and at the same time allows unified management of the entire Core environment. This document details the tasks necessary to carry out this migration, without going into detail about how the communication protocols are implemented within the SDN network and other more technical issues that would require another focus of this TFG. Finally, it is important to highlight that, due to the criticality of the environment in which the solution is deployed, the project must be carried out from start to finish without affecting the bank's service at any time, so all the tasks of the different phases into which the project has been divided are carried out safeguarding the operation of the bank's business and the quality of the service it provides to its customers.
Keywords: migration
telecommunication services
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: 15-Jan-2023
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