I have tried to find the answer online and I was trying to make sure my understanding is correct. So if someone can point me to the correct path please do.
My understanding of vlan extension are vlans that are created on switches (l2 or l3) then configure a trunk and allow the vlans to travel on it. (Please correct it if I am failing to understand it)
Will customers have a better experience on a network with VPLS connection? I believe it is also good for the router as it reduces workload?
Is it worth it to break down a network thats already using vlan extensions to put up vpls ?
I would like others to explain these few points to me.
Normally my topology is like this, the bgp is ok I am going to connect the 3 l3 switches and configure them with iBGP between them. Then I will run MPLS on the L3 switches. since the organization is extending vlan 110 all the way to the gpon I was thinking that If I can configure VPLS it will improve the way the services are used on the network, as as far as I see its layer 2 configuration being done from the L3switches all the way to the gpon equipment.