We will be converting from a Frame relay to MPLS network. We will be implementing Voice on this new MPLS network. Currently we have FRTS set up between remotes and head-end to insure proper Fragmentaion sizes (among other things). How does this work in an MPLS implementation? IF my head-end is a DS3 sending 1500 byte frames out and my remotes vary from 128K to 512K how do I fragment properly to these small size remotes. The remotes will continue to us frame-relay for the last mile.
I guess you answered my basic question. Voice requires fragmentaion on low speed links to reduce jitter. This can be accomplished in Frame-Relay. If MPLS will not allow fragmentation it may reduce quality in a voice deployment.
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