End-to-End Network Service QoS – Part 2

In Part 1 of this article, I talked about how to design access QoS with sap-ingress and sap-egress QoS constructs from Nokia's Service Router for a coast-to-coast ePipe MPLS network service to support triple-play traffic. I showed how to classify the triple-play traffic at the ePipe's sap-ingress and map the traffic onto different Forwarding Classes (FC) for the … Continue reading End-to-End Network Service QoS – Part 2


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