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Multiprotocol Label Switching, or MPLS, is a variable-length packet-switched network technology In an MPLS network, each packet has one or more labels affixed to it that contain information that helps MPLS routers to make packet-forwarding decisions, without having to examine the contents of the packet itself (for an IP address, for instance) MPLS can be used to carry many types of traffic, including Ethernet, ATM, SONET, and IP It is often used to trunk voice and data networks over WAN connections between business locations in an enterprise network One of the strengths of MPLS is its QoS properties, which facilitate the rapid transfer of packets using time-sensitive protocols such as VoIP and H323 MPLS employs two types of devices: Label Edge Routers (LERs) and Label Switch Routers (LSRs) Label Edge Routers are used at the boundaries of an MPLS network; LERs push a label onto incoming packets that enter the network LSRs make packet-forwarding decisions based upon the value of the label When a packet leaves the MPLS network, another LER pops the label off the packet and forwards it out of the MPLS network
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Synchronous Optical Networking, or SONET, is a class of telecommunications network transport technologies transmitted over fiber optic networks It is a multiplexed network technology that can be used to transport voice and data communications at very high speeds over long distances SONET networks are almost exclusively built and operated by telecommunications network providers, who sell voice and data connectivity services to businesses Often, the endpoint equipment for SONET networks provides connectivity using a native technology such as MPLS, Ethernet, or T-1 Telecommunications service providers often encapsulate older services, such as DS0, DS-1, T-1, and Frame Relay, over SONET networks The data rates available in SONET networks are shown in Table 5-2 Rates are expressed using the term Optical Carrier Level, abbreviated OC
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The term T-Carrier refers to a class of multiplexed telecommunications carrier network technologies developed to transport voice and data communications over long distances using copper cabling
Table 5-2 SONET OC Levels
SONET OC Level Data Rate
OC-1 OC-3 OC-12 OC-24 OC-48 OC-192 OC-3072
51,840 kbit/sec 155,520 kbit/sec 622,080 kbit/sec 1,244,160 kbit/sec 2,488,320 kbit/sec 9,9539280 kbit/sec 159,252,240 kbit/sec
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The basic service in T-Carrier technology is known as DS-0, which is used to transport a single voice circuit The data rate for a DS-0 is 64 kbit/sec Another basic T-Carrier service is the DS-1, also known as T-1 DS-1 contains 24 channels, each a DS-0 The total speed of a DS-1 is 1,544 kbit/sec There are additional services, all of which are shown in Table 5-3 These services are unique to North America In Europe, T-Carrier circuits are known instead as E-1 and E-3, which multiplex 32 and 512 64kbit/sec circuits, respectively The European T-Carrier standards are based on multiples of 32 circuits, whereas North American standards are based on multiples of 24 circuits T-Carrier protocols are synchronous, which means that packets transported on a T-Carrier network are transmitted according to the pulses of a centralized clock that is usually controlled by the telecommunications carrier This is contrasted with Ethernet, which is asynchronous, meaning a station on an Ethernet may transmit a frame at any time of its choosing (provided the network is not busy at that exact moment) Organizations that use T-Carrier services to carry data can utilize individual DS-0 channels (which are the same speed as a dial-up connection) or an entire T-1 circuit without multiplexing This enables use of the entire 1,544 kbit/sec as a single resource
Frame Relay
Frame Relay is a carrier-based packet-switched network technology It is most often used to connect remote data networks to a centralized network; for example, a retail store chain might use Frame Relay to connect each of its retail store LANs to the corporate LAN Frame Relay is often more economical than dedicated DS-0 or DS-1/T-1 circuits By their nature, Frame Relay backbone networks are shared, in the sense that they transport packets for many customers Connections between locations using Frame Relay are made via a Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC), which is not unlike a VPN (Virtual Private Network), except that the payload is not encrypted For purposes of security and privacy, PVCs are generally considered private, like a T-1 circuit Frame Relay has all but superseded the older X25 services However, MPLS is rapidly overtaking Frame Relay
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