Thanks for the responses, I guess my main question is, since a non-mpls cef router routes a packet using the fib/adj, once you enable mpls, that same fib shows a label (label stack) so the router knows to perform L2 mpls functions on it?
Otherwise, isnt it inefficient to have a router with mpls support, check packets for mpls even if they arent destined for mpls network?
Ahh hritter, i guess you answered this question. Thanks guys.
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