[c-nsp] MPLS network on 3750 switches - ISIS or OSPF which is scalable?

Rubens Kuhl Jr. rubensk at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 18:01:02 EDT 2007

I can't emphasize enough how far you should stay from 3750 Metro
running MPLS. If you add up the cost of "Advanced IP Services" license
fees, you probably can think on good things to do with such money
buying hardware that actually works with MPLS, Cisco or non-Cisco.


On 10/15/07, Vikas Sharma <vikassharmas at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have approx. fifty 3750 switches and I have to implement MPLS network on
> that. I am planning for OSPF in a single area as there will be only loopback
> IPs and connected routes in global IP routing table. But I am not sure abt
> he LSA flooding as my network is a full mesh. Though I can use
> database-filter command but to configure this command on every router is
> cumbersome.
> 2nd though is to implement ISIS with L2 level across the network. I want to
> understand which is more scalable with the kind of 3750 switches, ISIS with
> level 2 or OSPF with area zero?
> Any help is appreciated..
> regards
> Vikas Sharma
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