Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Designing and Implementing IP/MPLS-Based Ethernet Layer 2 VPN Services

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Internet Protocol/Multi Protocol Label Switching (IP/MPLS) Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology has been widely adopted by service providers for use in their backbone networks. It has signifi cant advantages compared to legacy ATM, Frame-Relay, Ethernet, or IP networks. With IP/MPLS VPN technology, service providers can now build service-oriented networks with multiple services in a single converged network with high availability, reliability, and performance.

The IP/MPLS VPN network uses an evolutionary service-oriented network architecture, which brings the concepts of service entity and service router into the network. The service-oriented network de-couples the roles of Provider Edge (PE) routers and Provider (P) backbone routers. Service instances are created at the edge of the network in the customer-facing PE routers, and MPLS pseudowires are used to connect multiple service instances residing on different PE routers belonging to the same service. P routers connect to PE routers in the network to carry traffi c across the backbone network, providing high bandwidth throughput, traffi c engineering capability, and fast convergence.

Part I: IP/MPLS VPN Service Network Overview
Chapter 1: Building Converged Service Networks with IP/MPLS VPN Technology
Chapter 2: IP/MPLS VPN Multi-Service Network Overview
Part II: IP/MPLS VPN Protocol Fundamentals
Chapter 3: Using MPLS Label Switched Paths as Service Transport Tunnels
Chapter 4: Routing Protocol Traffic Engineering and CSPF
Chapter 5: RSVP-TE Protocol
Chapter 6: MPLS Resiliency — Secondary LSP
Chapter 7: MPLS Resiliency — RSVP-TE LSP Fast Reroute
Chapter 8: Label Distribution Protocol
Part III: Ethernet VPN Services
Chapter 9: IP/MPLS VPN Service Routing Architecture
Chapter 10: Virtual Leased Line Services
Chapter 11: Virtual Private LAN Service
Chapter 12: Hierarchical VPLS
Chapter 13: High Availability in an IP/MPLS VPN Network
Chapter 14: VLL Service Resiliency
Chapter 15: VPLS Service Resiliency
Part IV: Advanced Ethernet VPN Topics
Chapter 16: VPLS BGP Auto-Discovery
Chapter 17: PBB-VPLS
Chapter 18: OAM in a VPLS Service Network
Appendix A. Spanning Tree Protocol
Appendix B. RFC and IEEE Standards

Author Details
"Zhuo (Frank) Xu" is a seasoned telecom professional with 16 years experience working for Alcatel-Lucent and other telecommunication service providers. He is a recognized MPLS/VPLS service routing expert. Zhuo holds several industry IP certifi cations, including the distinction of being the world’s fi rst Alcatel-Lucent Service Routing Architect (SRA), and is accredited with a patent associated with the MPLS FRR protocol. Educated in Beijing at the Beijing Polytechnic University, P.R. China, Zhuo holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering.

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