Monthly Archives: January 2015

MPLS & VPN – CONFIGURING THE CUSTOMER SIDE OF AN MPLS VPN WAN, PART 2

*+-This article looks at the other two scenarios. We’ll also talk briefly about IP multicast in these settings. DUAL-CARRIER L3 MPLS VPN WAN With dual carriers, life is actually a good bit simpler — unless you go out of your

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MPLS & VPN – CONFIGURING THE CUSTOMER SIDE OF AN MPLS VPN WAN, PART 1

*+-CONFIGURING THE CUSTOMER SIDE OF AN MPLS VPN WAN, PART 1 I’ve recently been doing a lot of consulting work involving variations on a common theme. The general theme is how do I configure my routers to work with the MPLS

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MPLS & VPN

*+-In this lab I’m going to go over the config for an MPLS VPN. The network has been configured with OSPF 100 for the client, and OSPF 200 for the ISP backbone and basic reachability has been confirmed within each

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MPLS & VPN – Creating an MPLS VPN

*+-Today we’re going to look at the configuration required to create a basic MPLS VPN servicing two customers, each with a presence at two physical sites. Our lab topology looks like this: As a review, recall that P (provider) routers

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