[c-nsp] Network-to-network connection - MPLS / non-MPLS

Ge Moua moua0100 at umn.edu
Thu Feb 18 14:50:06 EST 2010

* EoMPLS over GRE
* L2TPv3

Ge Moua
Network Design Engineer

University of Minnesota | OIT - NTS

Mike wrote:
> What options are available for establishing network-to-network connections
> between an MPLS network and a native IP network that has no current MPLS
> capability?
> The scenario I have is a single POP ISP (non-MPLS) that is desirous of
> establishing a connection to a larger MPLS-based ISP.  The idea being the
> ability sell circuits off the larger network's footprint and back-haul the
> traffic to the smaller network, thereby extending the physical reach of the
> smaller ISP.
> I know this can be done using a IP aggregation type setup, but are there
> other options available, particularly something that would provide
> visibility at the lower layers for troubleshooting isolation purposes?
> Thanks,
> Mike
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