network can support hundreds of thousands of VPNs.
The current status and future potential of all major MPLS
applications, including L2VPN, L3VPN, pseudowires and VPLS.
The components being demonstrated form part of Data Connection's IP Routing and MPLS
product families, which include DCOSPF, DC-ISIS, DC-RIP, DC-BGP, DC-MPLS
and DC-VPN Manager.
Sprint Global MPLS
VPN service allows businesses to converge data, voice, and video on a single network platform.
Interoperability testing features such as MPLS
-based Layer 2 and 3 VPNs will be demonstrated on October 30 in the third MPLS
Public Interoperability following the MPLS
2002 International Conference.
Ixia has a long and successful history of providing leadership and fostering the development of MPLS
Today's announcement demonstrates how the deployment of MPLS
VPNs can enable service providers to offer new managed IP services as well as increase network efficiencies and contain costs in order to take advantage of growth opportunities.
Previous events have shown that MPLS
provides a mature, interoperable family of standards - yet MPLS
still advances into new areas," said Carsten Rossenhoevel, Managing Director of EANTC.
(Multi Protocol Label Switching) is quickly becoming the networking method of choice for multi-location businesses looking to simplify network management, reduce total cost of ownership and converge multiple applications including voice and video.
Hosted by Isocore, MPLS
2006 is supported by leading service providers and organizations including Verizon, France Telecom, AT&T, NTT, KDDI, Deutsche Telekom, PCCW, Global, Sprint, Acreo, MFA Forum, Cisco Systems, Juniper Networks, Nortel, Agilent Technologies, Redback Networks, Alcatel, Keihanna Consortium, Wandl, Tellabs, Foundry Networks, IXIA, Opnet, Fujitsu, Masergy and IP Infusion.
The fall LEC testing also featured verification of the functionality of carrying T1 services across MPLS
core network using structure-Agnostic Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) over Packet (SAToP) using pseudowire emulation as defined by IETF.
The Fault Management for Multi-Service Interworking over MPLS