An FRF.16.1 P router trunk that supports MPLS label imposition
Does anyone know if an FRF.16.1 P router (Label Switch Router) trunk can be configured to carry MPLS labels used in the forwarding plane? I've searched high and low on the web for information, including the MPLS/Frame Relay Forum, and have found nothing. I'm not even sure if this has been formalised into any standard yet.
Re: An FRF.16.1 P router trunk that supports MPLS label impositi
MPLS is supported on FRF.16 trunk.The MPLS LSC supports highly scalable integration of MPLS (IP+ATM) services by using a direct peer relationship between the Cisco IGX 8400 switch and MPLS routers.Refer URL
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