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I-D ACTION:draft-shah-mpls-l2vpn-ext-00.txt

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	Title		: Extensions to MPLS-based Layer 2 VPNs
	Author(s)	: H. Shah, X. Briard, J. Tsillas
	Filename	: draft-shah-mpls-l2vpn-ext-00.txt
	Pages		: 14
	Date		: 22-Mar-01
The Provisioning of VPN based on Layer 2 circuits across MPLS-base 
network has been described in draft-kompella-mpls-l2vpn-02.txt. The 
draft describes how provider's edge routers distribute configured 
VPN information amongst themselves. This information is then 
processed to map layer 2 circuits of customer's edge devices to 
remote customer devices of the same VPN through MPLS cloud via 
adjoining provider's edge devices. The proposal requires a priori 
guestimating of customer's growth needs for the VPN and accordingly 
over provisioning of a contiguous set of (preferably per platform) 
MPLS labels.

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