Segment Routing

I showed how to use MPLS transport tunnel signaling protocols such as LDP and RSVP-TE for establishing LSPs for MPLS network services on Nokia, Cisco and Juniper routers in my earlier blogs. RSVP-TE offers Traffic Engineering (TE) capability where path of each LSP can be manually defined hop-by-hop instead of just following the IGP's shortest path … Continue reading Segment Routing

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MPLS Network Services – Traffic Engineering, Resilience and MTU

In the previous blogs, I showed how to interop among Nokia, Cisco and Juniper routers for different MPLS layers 2 and 3 network services such as ePipe, VPLS and VPRN using GNS3 and EVE-NG network emulators on a PC. The blogs demonstrate the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of network service design and interop¬†using a PC. In … Continue reading MPLS Network Services – Traffic Engineering, Resilience and MTU

MPLS VPLS Interop – Nokia 7750 and Juniper MX on EVE-NG

In the previous blogs, I showed how to interop MPLS ePipe and VPRN network services between Nokia 7750 and Cisco 7200 routers on GNS3 (http://www.gns3.com) on a Windows PC. In this blog, I will show how to config and verify Nokia 7750 and Juniper MX routers for MPLS VPLS (Virtual Private LAN Service) network service interop … Continue reading MPLS VPLS Interop – Nokia 7750 and Juniper MX on EVE-NG