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A guide to designing and implementing VPLS services over an IP/MPLS switched service provider backbone Today's communication providers are looking for convenience, simplicity, and flexible bandwidth across wide area networks-but with the quality of service and control that is critical for business networking applications like video, voice and data. Carrier Ethernet VPN services based on VPLS makes this a reality. Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) is a pseudowire (PW) based, multipoint-to-multipoint layer 2 Ethernet VPN service provided by services providers By deploying a VPLS service to…mehr

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A guide to designing and implementing VPLS services over an IP/MPLS switched service provider backbone Today's communication providers are looking for convenience, simplicity, and flexible bandwidth across wide area networks-but with the quality of service and control that is critical for business networking applications like video, voice and data. Carrier Ethernet VPN services based on VPLS makes this a reality. Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) is a pseudowire (PW) based, multipoint-to-multipoint layer 2 Ethernet VPN service provided by services providers By deploying a VPLS service to customers, the operator can focus on providing high throughput, highly available Ethernet bridging services and leave the layer 3 routing decision up to the customer. Virtual Private LAN Services (VPLS) is quickly becoming the number one choice for many enterprises and service providers to deploy data communication networks. Alcatel-Lucent VPLS solution enables service providers to offer enterprise customers the operational cost benefits of Ethernet with the predictable QoS characteristics of MPLS. Items Covered: Building Converged Service Networks with IP/MPLS VPN Technology IP/MPLS VPN Multi-Service Network Overview Using MPLS Label Switched Paths as Service Transport Tunnels Routing Protocol Traffi c Engineering and CSPF RSVP-TE Protocol MPLS Resiliency -- Secondary LSP MPLS Resiliency -- RSVP-TE LSP Fast Reroute Label Distribution Protocol IP/MPLS VPN Service Routing Architecture Virtual Leased Line Services Virtual Private LAN Service Hierarchical VPLS High Availability in an IP/MPLS VPN Network VLL Service Resiliency VPLS Service Resiliency VPLS BGP Auto-Discovery PBB-VPLS OAM in a VPLS Service Network
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons / Wiley, John, & Sons, Inc
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 14545656000
  • Seitenzahl: 986
  • Erscheinungstermin: 25. November 2009
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 235mm x 191mm x 52mm
  • Gewicht: 1798g
  • ISBN-13: 9780470456569
  • ISBN-10: 0470456566
  • Artikelnr.: 26572491
Autorenporträt
Zhuo (Frank) Xu is a recognized MPLS/VPLS service routing expert. A seasoned telecom professional, he holds several industry IP certifications including the distinction of being the world's first Alcatel-Lucent Service Routing Architect.
Inhaltsangabe
Foreword. Introduction. Part 1 IP/MPLS VPN Service Network Overview. Chapter 1 Building Converged Service Networks with IP/MPLS VPN Technology. 1.1 The Increasing Demands on Service Provider Networks. 1.2 MPLS Overview. 1.3 The MPLS Value Proposition. 1.4 MPLS Enables Converged Multi
Service Networks. 1.5 MPLS
Enabled Business VPN Services. Summary. Chapter 2 IP/MPLS VPN Multi
Service Network Overview. 2.1 IP/MPLS Layer 2 VPN Requirements. 2.2 IP/MPLS Layer 2 VPN Services. 2.3 Meeting the Service Network Requirements Using IP/MPLS VPN Architecture. 2.4 IP/MPLS VPN
Enabled Applications. Summary. Part II IP/MPLS VPN Protocol Fundamentals. Chapter 3 Using MPLS Label Switched Paths as Service Transport Tunnels. 3.1 Basic MPLS Concepts Review. 3.2 Label Switch Path Types. 3.3 LDP
LSP
LDP Label Distribution. 3.4 RSVP
TE LSPs. 3.5 Confi guring RSVP
TE LSP. Summary. Chapter 4 Routing Protocol Traffi c Engineering and CSPF. 4.1 Introducing Traffi c Engineering. 4.2 Introducing OSPF
TE. 4.3 Introducing IS
IS TE. 4.4 The CSPF Algorithm. 4.5 RSVP
TE LSP Policy Control: Administrative Groups and SRLG Groups. Summary. Chapter 5 RSVP
TE Protocol. 5.1 RSVP and RSVP
TE. 5.2 RSVP
TE Signaling Procedure. 5.3 RSVP
TE Messages and Objects. 5.4 Make
Before
Break (MBB). 5.5 The RSVP
TE Hello Protocol. 5.6 Reducing RSVP Refresh Overhead. 5.7 RSVP MD5 Authentication. Summary. Chapter 6 MPLS Resiliency
Secondary LSP. 6.1 Ensuring Reliability with MPLS Resiliency. 6.2 An Overview of Primary and Secondary LSPs. 6.3 What Affects Convergence Performance? 6.4 Rules for Selecting Secondary LSPs. 6.5 Case Study: Using Administrative Groups in Secondary LSPs. Summary. Chapter 7 MPLS Resiliency
RSVP
TE LSP Fast Reroute. 7.1 RSVP
TE LSP Resiliency. 7.2 Fast Reroute Overview. 7.3 Fast Reroute Architecture. 7.4 One
to
One Backup. 7.5 Facility Backup. 7.6 Manual Bypass Tunnel. Summary. Chapter 8 Label Distribution Protocol. 8.1 LDP Overview. 8.2 LDP Session Establishment and Management. 8.3 Using T
LDP to Signal Pseudowires for Layer 2 VPN Services. 8.4 LDP Messages and TLVs. 8.5 LDP over RSVP
TE Tunneling. Summary. Part III Ethernet VPN Services. Chapter 9 IP/MPLS VPN Service Routing Architecture. 9.1 IP/MPLS VPN Service Network Infrastructure. 9.2 Alcatel
Lucent Service Routing Architecture. 9.3 Service Access Point and SAP Components. 9.4 Service Distribution Paths and Transport Tunnels. 9.5 Multiple Forwarding Paths in the Same SDP. 9.6 Maximum Transmission Unit in a Service Network. 9.7 IP/MPLS VPN Service Implementation Overview. Summary. Chapter 10 Virtual Leased Line Services. 10.1 VLL Services Overview. 10.2 VLL Services Architecture. 10.3 Pseudowire Switching for VLL Services. 10.4 VLL Example: Epipe
Ethernet P2P VPN. 10.5 VLL Connection Admission Control. Summary. Chapter 11 Virtual Private LAN Service. 11.1 VPLS Service Overview. 11.2 VPLS Architecture. 11.3 VPLS Mesh
Pseudowires. 11.4 VPLS Service Access Points. 11.5 VPLS Forwarding Database Management. Summary. Chapter 12 Hierarchical VPLS. 12.1 Hierarchical
VPLS Overview. 12.2 Spoke
Pseudowire Details. 12.3 H
VPLS Topologies. 12.4 H
VPLS Design Case Study
Where to Break the Mesh? Summary. Chapter 13 High Availability in an IP/MPLS VPN Network. 13.1 Building a Network with High Availability. 13.2 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection. 13.3 Link Aggregation Group Overview. 13.4 Multi Chassis Link Aggregation Group. 13.5 Traffi c Load Balancing in Link Aggregation Groups. Summary. Chapter 14 VLL Service Resiliency. 14.1 VLL Service Resiliency Overview. 14.2 VLL Service Resiliency Using Pseudowire Redundancy. 14.3 VLL Network Design Using MC
LAG with Pseudowire Redundancy. Summary. Chapter 15 VPLS Service Resiliency. 15.1 Introduction to VPLS Service Resiliency. 15.2 Access Resiliency. 15.3 H
VPLS Backbone Resiliency. 15.4 Using MAC
Flush to Avoid Blackholes. Summary. Part IV Advanced Ethernet VPN Topics. Chapter 16 VPLS BGP Auto
Discovery. 16.1 VPLS BGP
AD Overview. 16.2 BGP Auto
Discovery for LDP
VPLS. 16.3 SDPs, Transport Tunnels, and Pseudowires Created Using BGP
AD. 16.4 Using Pre
Provisioned SDPs. 16.5 Using BGP
AD Import and Export Policies to Control the Forwarding Topology of VPLS. Summary. Chapter 17 PBB
VPLS. 17.1 Provider Backbone Bridge Overview. 17.2 PBB
VPLS Architecture. 17.3 PBB
VPLS Learning and Forwarding. 17.4 Controlling Flooding in PBB
VPLS. 17.5 FDB Management in I
VPLS and B
VPLS. 17.6 OAM in a PBB
VPLS Network. 17.7 Service Resiliency in PBB
VPLS Networks. 17.8 MAC
Flush in PBB
VPLS. 17.9 PBB Epipe. Summary. Chapter 18 OAM in a VPLS Service Network. 18.1 OAM Functional Overview. 18.2 Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) OAM (802.3ah). 18.3 Ethernet Connectivity Fault Management. 18.4 OAM in an IP/MPLS VPN Service Network. 18.5 OAM in VPLS Services. Summary. Appendix A Spanning Tree Protocol. A.1 Spanning Tree Protocol. A.2 Spanning Tree Protocol Variations. A.3 VPLS Service Loop Prevention with STP. A.4 Altered STP Behavior in the VPLS Core. A.5 Using VPLS STP to Eliminate Customer Forwarding Loops. A.6 Using VPLS STP to Block Redundant Spoke
Pseudowires in H
VPLS. A.7 LDP MAC
Flush in STP Convergence. A.8 Management VPLS. Appendix B RFC and IEEE Standards. Glossary. Index.