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Giuseppe Larosa Tue, 04/28/2009 - 10:08
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Hello Hsin,

if you don't use mpls autoroute announce you can decide what traffic you put in a mesh of MPLS TE tunnels.

This can be done by using static routes or combining them with BGP (using per service next-hop loopbacks).


Then, another matter is the volume of traffic you put over an MPLS TE tunnel: there is no real time effective CAC but CAC is performed on RSVP TE reversations.


In other words if a tunnel declares a bandwidth of 2 Mbps you can still put 20 Mbps of traffic over it!

It is not like it has been on ATM.


Hope to help

Giuseppe


Hsin An Chen Tue, 04/28/2009 - 16:46
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Thanks ^ ^


if i used per service next-hop loopbacks.


Does it use with FRR ?


and can you give me the document ?

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