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Category Archives: Routing
In the following diagram we have a very Basic MPLS network to demonstrate how MPLS Layer 3 VPNs work. In the Service Provider cloud we are running OSPF between R3,R1,R5, and R6. R3 and R6 are running BGP within the … Continue reading
MPLS Study Notes Terminology Penultimate Hop Popping RFC 3031 Multiprotcol Transport diff payloads -Ethernet, FRLY, ATM,IPv4, IPv6 Layer 3 MPLS VPN (RFC2547) will be the focus of the 4.0 R&S Exam. Label Switching Labels used to route(switch)traffic instead of normal … Continue reading
Building your own CCIE Lab Rack can be a daunting task if you’re not sure how to get started. Hopefully this will provide you a blueprint of what you will need and how to set up correctly so you can … Continue reading
TCL shell is available on Cisco IOS release 12.3(2)T and later. So, you can run this on your routers but NOT on your switches. This is a great tool, especially during Lab/simulation. You will want to verify connectivity on your … Continue reading