our head engineer is implimenting MPLS across our network..As I am totally unfamiliar with it..Is this much more difficult to support? Im trying to learn about it and basically..they are packets that are tagged..and it is easier to impliment QoS...is there an MPLS for
I imagine its L3. What he is doing is extending the enterprise's Layer 3 domain across the service provider cloud to give the appearance of a private routed network that provides Layer 3, any-to-any connectivity across your enterprise.
MPLS supports QoS WAN optimization solutions, traffic engineering, IP VPNs, and more.
Just look on Cisco's website for explanations. Or you can buy the Ciscopress CCNP ISCW (or is it ICSW)...then again, is it IWCS...? :-) Who knows, its one of them. Read the chapter on MPLS and IP VPNs.
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