[c-nsp] Matching all MPLS traffic for a class map

Rodney Dunn rodunn at cisco.com
Tue Aug 3 09:08:47 EDT 2004

The precedence bits of the original IP packets
if you are going ip->mpls are copied over.

The only way to match the packets is via the
EXP bits as far as I know.


On Tue, Aug 03, 2004 at 08:53:33AM -0400, Temkin, David wrote:
> I'm trying to match all MPLS traffic using a class map, without setting
> experimental bits.  I'm not finding anything like "match protocol mpls"
> or any easy way to do this.  My one thought was to use Ethertype, but
> this is for traffic that's leaving out a DS-3, so that didn't seem like
> it would work.  Any ideas would be appreciated...
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