[j-nsp] Separate internet transit network versus converged

Robert Hass robhass at gmail.com
Thu Mar 31 05:06:17 EDT 2016

On Mon, Mar 28, 2016 at 1:36 PM, Tarko Tikan <tarko at lanparty.ee> wrote:

> In our case, we run BGP-free MPLS aggregation and BGP-free core. All IP
> services, be L3VPN or inet, are terminated in separate edge boxes. Edge
> boxes are only connected to core and are not in traffic path for other
> traffic (typical aggregation-edge-core is not the case for us). Traffic
> from aggregation to edge are transported in PW.
> We are major provider for Estonia and Estonian government, banks etc.
> Almost all of the GOV services, banking etc. depends on our network and
> lives in L3VPN. So it's not really a capex/opex issue but more of a PR one.

Tarko, can you say something more about traffic ratio/levels - internet
traffic VS vpn-traffic. I assume Internet traffic can consume 5-10 times
more than your VPN customers. Can you agree with that or your numbers are
completely different ?


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