As I wrote in a previous discussion, I'm planning to deploy a MPLS network with VPN capabilities.
My question is, is it really necessary to have a router on every client?? Does it has to be a specific router? What features does a customer edge needs to work with MPLS VPNs?
If I use a 3750 Metro can I avoid the need for a router on the customer edge? I'm thinking about enabling EoMPLS on the customer ports, connecting the customers to that ports and then establish the MPLS link using the enhanced services ports.
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