so ive been digging around VPLS for a while and i have come across a term H-VPLS.
My knowledge is: VPLS can be signalled using LDP (manual or autodiscovery) or BGP (autodiscovery).
H-VPLS: Hierarchical connectivity architecture reduces signaling and replication overhead, allowing H-VPLS be deployed in high scale service provider scenarios.
I have successfully tested manual LDP-based VPLS and adding H-VPLS architecture to the existing network.
But my question is:
Is H-VPLS applicable for every type of VPLS network? (any other than LDP-based VPLS as in RFC 4762)
By other i mean LDP-based VPLS with BGP A-D and BGP-based VPLS
I dont see any reason why it shouldnt be, but i havent found any resource to confirm this.
After some more digging i have stumbled upon a video which showed this objective:
I take it as a positive answer to my question.