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rity of his or her data guaranteed MPLS can provide an excellent solution, as described in RFC 2547 Both CR-LDP and RSVP are suitable MPLS signaling protocols for VPNs over MPLS Voice over IP (VoIP) and Voice over MPLS (VoMPLS) Voice over IP (VoIP) is an exciting development in Internet technology The concept of a single infrastructure for voice and data, providing faster, cheaper, and value-added services is very attractive MPLS is set to be a major component in VoIP networks, offering connection-oriented paths with resource reservation through the connectionless Internet Voice over MPLS (VoMPLS) could involve establishing LSP tunnels to act as trunks for multiple calls or setting up LSPs for the duration of individual calls Alternatively, VoMPLS could mean sending voice samples as labeled MPLS packets without including IP headers Whichever approach is used, both CR-LDP and RSVP are suitable MPLS signaling protocols
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Acceptance/Availability There is currently no clear winner between RSVP and CR-LDP in terms of market acceptance Although generic RSVP has been available for a number of years from a variety of equipment vendors, and in that sense is an established network protocol, the changes required to a generic RSVP stack to add support for Labels RSVP are nontrivial; hence, Labels RSVP is in many respects a new protocol CR-LDP is based on ideas that have been implemented in proprietary networks for as long as 10 years, but as an IETF protocol, it is very new and somewhat unproven Manufacturers are currently hedging their bets, favoring one of the two protocols, but planning to offer both in the long run It is often suggested that Nortel Networks Corp and Nokia Corp favor CRLDP, whereas Cisco Systems Inc and Juniper Networks Inc favor RSVP The ITU has a Study Group (SG 13) investigating general aspects of network architectures, interfaces, performance, and interworking As of yet, they have not devoted much energy to MPLS, although the current preference within the submissions that they have received is for CR-LDP Interoperability There are two interoperability issues to be addressed: do the two implementations support a compatible set of options, and do they interpret the specifications in the same way The option sets are functions of the flexibility of the protocol RSVP has more implementation options than CR-LDP, so it is perhaps at more risk However, the protocol
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MIB Management Traffic-engineered LSPs can be managed at their ingress and inspected at their egress through the MPLS traffic-engineering MIB This MIB is currently in an early stage that slightly favors CR-LDP, but new drafts will be produced that fully support RSVP and CR-LDP
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is specified to allow interworking between implementations that support different function sets An IETF MPLS draft (draft-loa-mpls-cap-set) provides a list of capability sets to enable implementations to identify the functions that they provide Interoperability testing is clearly the only way to prove that two implementations interwork correctly Interoperability forums are being set up in many places, including
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The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Labs (UNH IOL) George Mason University in Washington DC with the support of UUNET EANTC in Berlin NetWorld and Interop events
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All of these forums will include work on RSVP and CR-LDP Participation in interoperability events is a clear requirement for all MPLS software vendors Testing for hardware vendors will be a combination of involvement in interoperability events, in-house testing with competitors equipment, and collaborative work with other vendors Hardware vendors have a right to expect the support of their software suppliers during interoperability testing Interoperation with Other Label Distribution Methods LDP is another label distribution protocol specified by the IETF It is used to set up basic (unconstrained), end-to-end LSPs using hop-by-hop routing It is also used to request and distribute labels for multiple or single hops, a feature that is useful in conjunction with topology-driven LSP setup Because CR-LDP is built as an extension to LDP, it is easier for a CRLDP implementation to also support the features of LDP RSVP is entirely different, and, although RSVP also supports hop-by-hop LSP setup, a second protocol stack must be implemented to support the features of LDP
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