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Re: BOF on MPLS peering?
If you are talking about EBGP vpnv4 peerings called internally "Interprovider VPNs" cisco ships the code starting 12.1(5)T which does this already. Plain EBGP IPv4 + label code is still under works and may show up around 12.2(1/2)T. R. > firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > > The spec on this really isn't done yet. > > draft-ietf-mpls-bgp4-mpls-04.txt has the current thinking on how to do > this using BGP to carry the labels between ASes, but the > implementations don't seem to be there yet. One of our guys, Diarmuid > Flynn, added code to the route servers that would allow them to work > with this, but so far we haven't been able to find router vendors who > can provide us an image against which to test this. > > I think a BOF on how this would work operational would be valuable, > so that we get interprovider agreement that BGP is/is not the > best way to carry this stuff around. If you are proposing it > for the Feb Nanog, there might even be early code to go through. > > regards, > Ted Hardie > Equinix > > > > > > > Is anyone currently talking about MPLS peering ? > > _________________________________________________________________________ > > Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at http://www.hotmail.com. > > > > Share information about yourself, create your own public profile at > > http://profiles.msn.com. > > > >