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RFC 3031 RFC 3032
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RFC 3034
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RFC 3035
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RFC 3036
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RFC 3037
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RFC 3038
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RFC 3033
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UPC-A Recognizer In Visual Studio .NET
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RFC 3107
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Routing Protocol Messages labels FIB Database labels MPLS routing - uses same IP routing mechanisms control protocol to distribute labels between neighboring LSRs labels placed in LIB - contains input I/F, input label and output I/F, output label Routing Protocol Messages Database FIB MPLS forwarding - user plane employs label swapping forwarding process at MPLS ingress and egress packet-based LSR may send packet to L3 (FIB) for processing LIB Labeled Packets Labeled Packets LIB Header defined in RFC3032 ATM-based MPLS may use VPI/VCI for labels GMPLS defines label values for other media I/F = Interface LIB = Label Information Base FIB = Forward Information Base
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Database
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0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ Label | Label | Exp |S| TTL | Stack +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ Entry Label: Label Value, 20 bits Exp Experimental Use, 3 bits S: Bottom of stack, 1 bit TTL: Time to Live, 8 bits
LSR operations are swap, pop, or push a label
Figure 1-12
MPLS mechanisms at a glance
Motivations, Developments, and Opportunities in VoP
120 120 B 100 LSR 310 310 LSR
Figure 1-13 MPLS logical topology
AM FL Y
A 100 310 120 310 310 MPLS 'tree' to node A MPLS 'tree' to node B
cation As noted, VoMPLS is voice traffic carried directly over MPLS without IP encapsulation of the voice packet VoMPLS represents the use of MPLS as an efficient transport of voice services within an IP/MPLS network The default MPLS connection establishment creates multiple trees, each rooted on a single egress node This is done in lieu of setting up n-squared point-to-point paths between ingress and egress routers (see Figure 1-13 for an example) The reachability information is automatically managed by Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) or Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS) as nodes boot up Nodes notify the nearest neighbors of label assignments via an LDP The paths merge as they approach the egress node, simplifying the routing table An optional capability supports constraintbased routing This type of routing can be used by service providers to engineer the path where the traffic should be transited (by planner s choice) The constraint-based routes are calculated either through constraint-based routing LDP (CR-LDP) or through an augmented OSPF or IS-IS In the latter case, Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) route establishment methods (RSVP-TE) establish the thread path between ingress and egress; this method is well accepted by the leading router vendors
310 LSR
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Two approaches for using MPLS have recently emerged ISPs and IPoriented people focus on TE using RSVP-based signaling Incumbent carriers view MPLS as being comparable to ATM, but it has variable cell lengths LDP and the extension CR-LDP are used in this context The industry has come a long way from the basic TE application of the late 1990s Yet, some people see MPLS as a way of converting the Internet to a circuit base23 LDP is defined for the distribution of labels inside one MPLS domain One of the most important services that may be offered using MPLS in general and LDP in particular is support for constraint-based routing of traffic across the routed network Constraint-based routing offers the opportunity to extend the information used to set up paths beyond what is available for the routing protocol24 For instance, an LSP can be set up based on explicit route constraints, QoS constraints, and other constraints Constraint-based routing (CR) is a mechanism used to meet traffic-engineering requirements These requirements can be met by extending LDP for support of constraint-based-routed LSPs (CR-LSPs) Other uses for CR-LSPs include MPLS-based VPNs Traffic engineering is concerned with the task of mapping traffic flows to the physical network topology Specifically, it provides the capability to move traffic flows away from the shortest path calculated by a routing protocol, such as the Routing Information Protocol (RIP), OSFP, or the Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP), and onto a less congested path (see Figure 1-14)
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