Understanding MPLS-TP

2 Day Course
Code PDN071

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Overview

This course provides a high-level overview of MPLS-TP. In order to position and compare MPLS-TP as a profile of MPLS, IP/MPLS is discussed, its functionality examined, and MPLS-based applications are identified and described. An overview of MPLS-TP leads into a more detailed high-level examination of the requirements of MPLS-TP, the architecture and utilisation of MPLS-TP, and the protocols used in the optional control plane and the management plane. Its OAM capabilities and network management requirements are examined. The concepts of pseudowire services over MPLS-TP are discussed.

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Introduction (3 topics)

  • Origins of MPLS
  • Where it fits
  • Benefits

Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) (18 topics)

  • Objectives of MPLS
  • Classification & Forward Equivalence Classes
  • Principles of label switching operation
  • Label Switched Paths (LSPs)
  • Label stacks and LSP tunnels
  • Label stack operations (push, pop, swap)
  • Label encoding
  • Label distribution mechanisms
  • Label Distribution Protocol (LDP)
  • LDP adjacencies
  • Routing in MPLS
  • LSP Control (ordered and independent)
  • Aggregation and label merging
  • Constraint based LDP and explicit routes
  • Pre-emption, holding, and priority of LSPs
  • MPLS Fast recovery
  • Use of RSVP for establishing LSPs
  • Principles of MPLS Traffic Engineering

MPLS-based Applications (5 topics)

  • Core Network
  • Access & Metro Network
  • L2 and L3VPNs
  • Mobile Backhaul
  • Carrier Ethernet

MPLS-TP Overview (3 topics)

  • Concepts
  • Where it fits
  • Benefits

MPLS-TP Requirements (5 topics)

  • Layered concept
  • Data Plane
  • Control Plane
  • Protection & Recovery
  • QoS

MPLS-TP Protocols (3 topics)

  • For the optional Control Plane (GMPLS, RSVP-TE)
  • Data Plane
  • Management Plane

MPLS-TP OAM (4 topics)

  • OAM Concepts
  • How OAM is supported in MPLS-TP
  • Protocols
  • OAM Capabilities

MPLS-TP Network Management (1 topic)

  • How network management functions are supported in MPLS-TP (Fault, Configuration, Performance, Security)

Pseudowire Services (5 topics)

  • What are Pseudowires?
  • Pseudowire Emulation (PWE) Architecture
  • Applications for PWE
  • Performance monitoring & fault management
  • QoS needs

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PDN071

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