[c-nsp] MPLS down to the CPE

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Mon Jul 8 05:45:09 EDT 2013

On Monday, July 08, 2013 05:04:18 AM Gordon Smith wrote:

>  I'd be reluctant to expose my control plane out to a
> CPE....
>  To provide redundancy & L2VPN services, LACP + 802.1ad
> would suffice, and would allow you to keep the MPLS
> control plane in equipment you have absolute control
> over i.e. PE routers.

Preaching to the choir.

The problem is, in our case, customers didn't want to pay 
for the 2nd link. It wasn't a technical problem, although it 
sought a technical solution.

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