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Layer 2 MPLS VPN versus Layer 3 MPLS VPN

However, the question is, are L2/L3 MPLS like two different services that we can purchase from our ISP? Yes, exactly. If so, based on what would we choose, whether to use a L2 MPLS or L3 MPLS? That ...
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Leased Lines vs MPLS

A leased line offers a service where the bitstream that comes out is exactly the bitstream that comes in. Fixed throughput, fixed latency. There is also extremely limited latency added by intermediate ...
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Leased Lines vs MPLS

Leased lines (also known as private wires) have been around since the days of the telegraph. The same transmission technology is used in the local loop (and sometimes in the backhaul from the local ...
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Leased Lines vs MPLS

The true point-to-point lease line died decades ago.[*] A T1 between sites hasn't been an end-to-end copper circuit for a long, long time. (In fact, T1's haven't been "T1's" for decades. It'...
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Leased Lines vs MPLS

Just a quick note on leased lines; in the past when there was no fiber infrastructure, there were thousands of copper cables running between nodes and cities. As a company, for your critical data, you ...
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Leased Lines vs MPLS

One major difference between the two is that leased lines are generally more expensive than MPLS and can also be more reliable and offer higher bandwidth, because they are not shared. MPLS on the ...
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