Multi Protocol
Label
Switching

MPLS

MPLS allows most data packets to be forwarded at Layer 2 -- the switching level -- rather than having to be passed up to Layer 3 -- the routing level. For this reason, it is often informally described as operating at Layer 2.5

MPLS was created in the late 1990s as a more efficient alternative to traditional IP routing, which requires each router to independently determine a packet's next hop by inspecting the packet's destination IP address before consulting its own routing table. This process consumes time and hardware resources, potentially resulting in degraded performance for real-time applications such as voice and video.

Key Benefits

Cloud & SaaS
Cloud & SaaS
Callaboration
Callaboration
Connectivity
Connectivity
IoT
IoT
Marketing Solutions
Marketing Solutions
Security
Security

TTBS MPLS Network Uniqueness

  • Dual-Plane/Dual-Core Architecture
  • Auto switchover network.
  • Backbone - 10G
  • Central NOC, proactive 24X7X365.
  • ISIS as IGP
  • RSVP TE among Core devices
Challanges

Challanges

Voice calls Blank
Applications performance issue
Unsecured network
Video Buffering
Cost Savings
Administration
Scalability
Challanges

Solution

Voice calls Blank
Applications performance issue
Unsecured network
Video Buffering
Cost Savings
Administration
Scalability