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Traffic Engineering, RSVP-TE Path Manuplation and Constraints

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Traffic Engineering, RSVP-TE Path Manuplation and Constraints Traffic Engineering is one of the most important routing lessons. With traffic engineering, as a network engineer you are directing your network traffic according to some constraints. By directing the traffic, you provide efficient usage of resources and become proactive for any congestion and packet drops in your […]

Cisco VPLS Configuration Example

Cisco VPLS Configuration Example In this article we will focus on the VPLS (Virtual Private LAN Service) configuration on Cisco device . We will use the below VPLS (Virtual Private LAN Service) topology for our configuration example. Cisco VPLS Configuration Example Topology In this VPLS topology, the devices that we will use are, Cisco Catalyst […]

Basic VPLS Architecture, Full Mesh

Comparison of VPLS and h-VPLS VPLS (Virtual Private LAN Service) and h-VPLS (Hierarhical VPLS) has some common and different properties. So they have different aadvantages and disadvantages.In this article, we will focus on the comparison of these two concepts. The most important different between VPLS and h-VPLS is in the interface between the CE (Customer […]

Traffic Flow without ECMP, alcatel-lucent service routers, SR 7750

ECMP (Equal Cost Multi Path) If the total IGP cost to a destination are same for two path, these paths are called Equal Cost Multi Path. Normally if there are two path that have same IGP cost, in Alcatel-Lucent Service Routers, lower interface wins and the traffic goes through it. Traffic Flow Without ECMP Think […]

LDP configuration example topology, alcatel-lucent service routers, SR 7750

LDP Configuration on Alcatel-Lucent Service Routers To do an LDP configuration example, we will use the below basic topology. Here, we will configure these two routers to become an LDP peer and establish an LSP session. LDP Configuration Example Topology Configuration on Router A A:RouterA>config>router # interface “to_RouterB” address 10.0.0.1/24 port 1/1/1 exit interface “system” […]


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