I have a scenerio where i wish to configure a TE tunnel to run across a link which is only utilised as a backup link by the current MPLS network.
Am i right in assuming the RSVP bandwidth reservation carried out by the TE tunnel would not be seen by the normal MPLS traffic. IE, in the event of a failure the normal MPLS traffic would not see that perhaps 50% of the link is reserved by the TE tunnel and possibly starve the tunnel of the required bandwidth?
With XR 4.2.0 the ASR9000 is releasing a new line of hardware models. This amongst others is the RSP440, the next generation RSP with faster switch fabric along with Typhoon based Linecards, the next generation network processor.
The Cisco EPN system incorporates a network architecture designed to consolidate multiples services on a single Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) transport network. This network is designed primarily based on...
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