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Pranay Kumar Pogde

from San Jose, CA
Age ~50

Pranay Pogde Phones & Addresses

  • 6714 Trinidad Dr, San Jose, CA 95120
  • 1632 Heron Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94087
  • Mountain View, CA
  • Santa Clara, CA
  • Red Bank, NJ

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Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

Publications

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Methods And Apparatus For A Scalable Network With Efficient Link Utilization

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US Patent:
20130083782, Apr 4, 2013
Filed:
Oct 4, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/252857
Inventors:
James MURPHY - Alameda CA, US
Nischal SHETH - Los Altos CA, US
Abhijit CHOUDHURY - Cupertino CA, US
Raghavendra MALLYA - Cupertino CA, US
Pranay POGDE - Sunnyvale CA, US
Phalguni NANDA - San Jose CA, US
Jayabharat BODDU - Los Altos CA, US
Pradeep SINDHU - Los Altos Hills CA, US
International Classification:
H04L 12/56
H04W 40/00
US Classification:
370338, 370400, 370392
Abstract:
In some embodiments, an apparatus comprises a core network node configured to be operatively coupled to a set of network nodes. The core network node is configured to receive a broadcast signal from a network node from the set of network nodes, which is originated from a host device operatively coupled to the network node. The broadcast signal is sent via a tunnel from the network node to the core network node, such that other network nodes that are not included in the tunnel do not receive the broadcast signal. The core network node is configured to retrieve control information associated with the broadcast signal without sending another broadcast signal, and then send the control information to the network node.

Methods And Apparatus For A Converged Wired/Wireless Enterprise Network Architecture

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US Patent:
20130083724, Apr 4, 2013
Filed:
Oct 4, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/252852
Inventors:
Pradeep SINDHU - Los Altos Hills CA, US
Abhijit CHOUDHURY - Cupertino CA, US
James MURPHY - Alameda CA, US
Raghavendra MALLYA - Cupertino CA, US
Pranay POGDE - Sunnyvale CA, US
Phalguni NANDA - San Jose CA, US
Jayabharat BODDU - Los Altos CA, US
Gunes AYBAY - Los Altos CA, US
Anjan VENKATRAMANI - Los Altos CA, US
International Classification:
H04L 12/56
H04W 88/16
US Classification:
370328
Abstract:
In some embodiments, an apparatus comprises a core network node and a control module within an enterprise network architecture. The core network node is configured to be operatively coupled to a set of wired network nodes and a set of wireless network nodes. The core network node is configured to receive a first tunneled packet associated with a first session from a wired network node from the set of wired network nodes. The core network node is configured to also receive a second tunneled packet associated with a second session from a wireless network node from the set of wireless network nodes through intervening wired network nodes from the set of wired network nodes. The control module is operatively coupled to the core network node. The control module is configured to manage the first session and the second session.

Methods And Apparatus For A Self-Organized Layer-2 Enterprise Network Architecture

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US Patent:
20130083691, Apr 4, 2013
Filed:
Oct 4, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/252854
Inventors:
James MURPHY - Alameda CA, US
Nischal SHETH - Los Altos CA, US
Abhijit CHOUDHURY - Cupertino CA, US
Raghavendra MALLYA - Cupertino CA, US
Pranay POGDE - Sunnyvale CA, US
Phalguni NANDA - San Jose CA, US
Jayabharat BODDU - Los Altos CA, US
Pradeep SINDHU - Los Altos Hills CA, US
International Classification:
H04L 12/28
US Classification:
370254
Abstract:
In some embodiments, an apparatus includes a network node operatively coupled within a network. The network node is configured to send a first authentication message upon boot up, and receive, in response to the first authentication message, a second authentication message configured to be used to authenticate the network node. The network node is configured to send a first discovery message, and receive, based on the first discovery message, a second discovery message configured to be used by the network node to identify an address of the network node and an address of a core network node within the network. The network node is configured to set up a control-plane tunnel to the core network node based on the address of the network node and the address for the core network node and receive configuration information from the core network node through the control-plane tunnel.

Methods And Apparatus For Enforcing A Common User Policy Within A Network

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US Patent:
20130083725, Apr 4, 2013
Filed:
Oct 4, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/252856
Inventors:
Raghavendra MALLYA - Cupertino CA, US
James MURPHY - Alameda CA, US
Abhijit CHOUDHURY - Cupertino CA, US
Pranay POGDE - Sunnyvale CA, US
Phalguni NANDA - San Jose CA, US
Jayabharat BODDU - Los Altos CA, US
Pradeep SINDHU - Los Altos Hills CA, US
International Classification:
H04L 12/56
H04W 88/06
US Classification:
370328
Abstract:
In some embodiments, an apparatus includes a core network node configured to be operatively coupled to a set of wired network nodes and a set of wireless network nodes. The core network node is configured to receive, at a first time, a first data packet to be sent to a wired device operatively coupled to a wired network node from the set of wired network nodes. The core network node is configured to also receive, at a second time, a second data packet to be sent to a wireless device operatively coupled to a wireless network node from the set of wireless network nodes. The core network node is configured to apply a common policy to the first data packet and the second data packet based on an identifier of a user associated with both the wireless device and the wired device.

Methods And Apparatus For Centralized Management Of Access And Aggregation Network Infrastructure

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US Patent:
20130083700, Apr 4, 2013
Filed:
Oct 4, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/252860
Inventors:
Pradeep SINDHU - Los Altos Hills CA, US
Abhijit CHOUDHURY - Cupertino CA, US
James MURPHY - Alameda CA, US
Raghavendra MALLYA - Cupertino CA, US
Pranay POGDE - Sunnyvale CA, US
Phalguni NANDA - San Jose CA, US
Jayabharat BODDU - Los Altos CA, US
International Classification:
H04W 40/00
H04L 12/28
US Classification:
370255
Abstract:
In some embodiments, an apparatus comprises a core network node configured to be operatively coupled to a set of network nodes. The core network node is configured to define configuration information for a network node from the set of network nodes based on a template, where the configuration information excludes virtual local area network (VLAN) information or IP subnet information. The core network node is further configured to send the configuration information to the network node.

Methods And Apparatus For A Self-Organized Layer-2 Enterprise Network Architecture

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US Patent:
20170279675, Sep 28, 2017
Filed:
May 5, 2017
Appl. No.:
15/587860
Inventors:
- Sunnyvale CA, US
Nischal SHETH - Los Altos CA, US
Abhijit CHOUDHURY - Cupertino CA, US
Raghavendra MALLYA - Cupertino CA, US
Pranay POGDE - Sunnyvale CA, US
Phalguni NANDA - San Jose CA, US
Jayabharat BODDU - Los Altos CA, US
Pradeep SINDHU - Los Altos Hills CA, US
Assignee:
Juniper Networks, Inc. - Sunnyvale CA
International Classification:
H04L 12/24
H04W 12/06
H04L 29/06
H04W 84/18
Abstract:
In some embodiments, an apparatus includes a network node operatively coupled within a network. The network node is configured to send a first authentication message upon boot up, and receive, in response to the first authentication message, a second authentication message configured to be used to authenticate the network node. The network node is configured to send a first discovery message, and receive, based on the first discovery message, a second discovery message configured to be used by the network node to identify an address of the network node and an address of a core network node within the network. The network node is configured to set up a control-plane tunnel to the core network node based on the address of the network node and the address for the core network node and receive configuration information from the core network node through the control-plane tunnel.

Methods And Apparatus For A Common Control Protocol For Wired And Wireless Nodes

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US Patent:
20170272307, Sep 21, 2017
Filed:
Jun 5, 2017
Appl. No.:
15/614567
Inventors:
- Sunnyvale CA, US
Sandip Shah - Milpitas CA, US
Abhijit Choudhury - Cupertino CA, US
Pranay Pogde - Sunnyvale CA, US
Yung-Ching Tseng - Los Gatos CA, US
Assignee:
Juniper Networks, Inc. - Sunnyvale CA
International Classification:
H04L 12/24
H04L 29/06
H04W 24/04
H04W 72/04
H04W 12/06
H04W 84/12
H04W 88/12
H04W 88/14
Abstract:
In some embodiments, an apparatus comprises of a control module implemented in at least one of a memory or a processing device that is configured to receive, via a network and from a wireless access point or an access network node, a control packet defined based on a control protocol. The control packet is associated with at least one control function of the wireless access point or access network node. The control module is configured to determine a status of an access network node based on the control packet from the access network node. The control module is configured to send via the network, a response to the access network node based on the status of the access network node.

Methods And Apparatus For Controlling Wireless Access Points

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US Patent:
20170201979, Jul 13, 2017
Filed:
Mar 27, 2017
Appl. No.:
15/470510
Inventors:
- Sunnyvale CA, US
Sandip SHAH - Milpitas CA, US
Abhijit CHOUDHURY - Cupertino CA, US
Pranay POGDE - Sunnyvale CA, US
Yung-Ching TSENG - Los Gatos CA, US
Assignee:
Juniper Networks, Inc. - Sunnyvale CA
International Classification:
H04W 72/04
H04W 12/08
H04L 29/06
H04L 5/00
H04W 48/16
Abstract:
In some embodiments, an apparatus comprises of a first Control And Provisioning of Wireless Access Points (CAPWAP) module implemented in at least one of a memory or a processing device that is configured to be designated as a backup control module for a wireless access point during a first time period. The first CAPWAP control module is configured to receive state information associated with the wireless access point during the first time period from a second CAPWAP control module. The second CAPWAP control module is designated as a primary control module for the wireless access point during the first time period. The first CAPWAP control module is configured to be automatically designated as the primary control module during a second time period after the first time period and in response to the second CAPWAP control module not operating according to at least one predefined criterion.
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