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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Tutorial: Introduction to MPLS
Meeting: NANOG28
Date / Time: 2003-06-01 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room: Harvest
Presenters: Speakers:

Joe Soricelli, Juniper

Joseph M. Soricelli is an Education Services Engineer at Juniper. He is a Juniper Networks Certified Internet Engineer, a Juniper Authorized Instructor, and a Cisco Certified Internet Expert. Joeseph is a contributing author to <I>Juniper Networks Routers: The Complete Reference</I> and <I>Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate Study Guide</I>. In addition to writing numerous training courses, he has worked with and trained carriers, telcos, and ISPs throughout his career in the networking industry.
Abstract: This tutorial introduces network engineers and service providers to basic and intermediate features and techniques available for building an MPLS network. We will discuss basic topics of how MPLS operates in a service provider network, including terminology, the setup of label-switched paths (LSPs), and LSP maintenance. Both dynamic MPLS signaling options in widespread use today, RSVP and LDP, will be discussed. Throughout the tutorial, Juniper Networks and Cisco Systems routers are used to illustrate important MPLS concepts. Additionally, configuration and troubleshooting examples are provided using CLI commands from both vendors.
Files: youtubeIntroduction to MPLS
pdfJoe Soricelli Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.

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