Day: March 23, 2019

Fast ReRouting in MPLS https://tutorzine.com
Networking

Fast ReRouting in MPLS

An extra advantage of running MPLS traffic engineering is the possibility of Fast ReRouting (FRR). FRR allows you to reroute labeled traffic around a link or router that has become unavailable. The rerouting of traffic happens in less than 50 ms, which is fast even for standards of today. TE is usually enabled in the core network, […]

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RSVP TE https://tutorzine.com
Networking

MPLS RSVP-TE

RSVP is a signaling protocol for TE tunnels to ensure that link admissions happen at the interfaces of the Label Switched Routers (LSRs) that the TE tunnel crosses and for propagation of a label hop by hop that the traffic flowing on the TE tunnel can use. RSVP uses PATH and RESV messages to signal a path. […]

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