MPLS Traffic Engineering Training

MPLS Traffic Engineering Training

Introduction:

MPLS Traffic Engineering Training Course Project-Based

MPLS Traffic Engineering Training course covers all the aspects of the MPLS Traffic Engineering capabilities and principals. MPLS Traffic Engineering is the process of steering traffic across to the backbone to facilitate efficient use of available bandwidth between a pair of routers. MPLS TE Training also covers deploying MPLS Traffic Engineering designs. It focuses on the features of most of available routers as well as advanced technologies. It also covers network design, system configuration and troubleshooting.

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With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

MPLS Traffic Engineering TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 2-3 days

Objectives:

◾What MPLS Traffic Engineering is and why it is used
◾MPLS Traffic Engineering benefits and restrictions
◾How MPLS Traffic Engineering works
◾MPLS peer-to-peer architecture, label definition and allocation, routing update distribution, and packet forwarding model
◾How MPLS implements traffic engineering and constraint-based path and routes
◾How to Configure, monitor, and troubleshoot MPLS Carrier including MPLS Traffic Engineering architecture
◾How to configure, monitor, and troubleshoot Layer 2 services over MPLS
◾How to Implement SLA utilizing MPLS QoS services
◾Configuring RSVP-based Tunnels
◾Configuring IS-IS and OSPF for MPLS Traffic Enginering
◾Configuring an MPLS Traffic Engineering Tunnel
◾Configuring an MPLS Traffic Engineering Tunnel to be Used by an IGP
◾Example of an MPLS Traffic Engineering Tunnel Configuration
◾Configuring Enhanced SPF Routing over a Tunnel

Course Content:

Basics of MPLS
◾MPLS Architectures
◾LSR/LSP/LIB/LFIB
◾MPLS Labels
◾MPLS Tunnels
◾Label Distribution and Signaling
◾Traffic Engineering Basics
◾Traffic Engineering Motivations
◾Concepts behind LDP, RSVP and RSVP-TE and CD-LDP
◾MPLS IPv6 support

MPLS Traffic Engineering (TE)
◾What is MPLS TE
◾Why Use MPLS Traffic Engineering?
◾Without Traffic Engineering
◾Routing Solutions to Traffic Engineering
◾Without Traffic Engineering
◾Traffic Engineering with Layer 3

How MPLS Traffic Engineering Works
◾TE Key Mechanisms
◾Constrained-based Path Selection Algorithm
◾Extensions to OSPF/IS-IS for flooding of Resoucres
◾Policy Information
◾MPLS as the Forwarding Mechanisms
◾Explicit Routing
◾Traffic Tunnels and Trunks
◾Mapping Traffic into Tunnel
◾TE Requirements
◾Tunnel and Link Attributes
◾RSVP in Path Setup
◾Forwarding Table Modifications
◾Design Constraints
◾Trunk Attributes
◾Link Attributes and their Flooding
◾LSP Tunnel Setup
◾Constraint-Based Path Computations

Configuring MPLS Traffic Engineering
◾MPLS-TE ISIS and OSPF
◾Data Plane Traffic Tunnels
◾Monitoring and Troubleshooting Tunnels
◾Managing MPLS QoS
◾Integrated and Differentiated Models

Implementing MPLS Traffic Engineering
◾Pre-Tunnel Traffic Flow
◾Traffic Engineering Support
◾Configuring MPLS Traffic Engineering Traffic Tunnels
◾Implementing Link Protection for MPLS TE
◾Implementing MPLS QoS
◾Managing Inbound and Outbound PE QoS Policies
◾Implementing an PE QoS Policy
◾Implementing MPLS QoS and DS-TE
◾Implementing 6PE Support
◾Configuring a Device to Support Tunnels
◾Configuring an Interface to Support RSVP-based Tunnel Signaling and IGP Flooding
◾Configuring IS-IS for MPLS Traffic Engineering
◾Configuring OSPF for MPLS Traffic Engineering

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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