LACP Frames / Level3 Transport

Eric Kuhnke eric.kuhnke at gmail.com
Tue May 24 22:14:22 UTC 2016


Or a very reckless oversubscription ratio and misjudgment of the customer,
example, if a provider had 2 x 100GbE capacity between two locations and
sold a customer a 100GbE EoMPLS transport circuit from A to Z, based on the
mistaken idea of "Well these guys probably aren't going to peak more than
35Gbps of traffic at any time in the near future....". Frightening.



On Tue, May 24, 2016 at 2:38 PM, Mark Tinka <mark.tinka at seacom.mu> wrote:

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>
> On 24/May/16 06:29, Rob Laidlaw wrote:
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> > Yes.  Many vendors are using l2vpn/pseudo-wire services of one sort or
> > another to provide circuits and most do not transport LACP by default.
>
> To the OP's case, commercially, I'd find it interesting to transport a
> 100Gbps circuit as EoMPLS rather than EoDWDM, considering the amount of
> bandwidth one would need to throw at an IP/MPLS network to transport
> 100Gbps effectively...
>
> Mark.
>


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