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By Ross Kazemi, Bil Dry Carlos Pignataro

A pragmatic advisor to knowing Cisco's multiservice switching structure and designing and deploying MPLS and PNNI implementations * examine concept framework and configuration of MSS and layout guidance. * encompasses a case research with MPLS and PNNI in all of the structures. * the one booklet relating to Multiservice Switching structure and configuration which gives hard-to-find info to readers. * contains consolidated information/examples approximately MPLS and PNNI in MSS.Service companies and company shoppers are confronted with the target of offering various companies over a typical infrastructure in order that they do not intervene between one another. this is often accomplished by using Cisco Multiservice Switched Networks. the target of Cisco Multiservice Switching Networks is to make clear the final structure of MSS and offers the instances of MPLS, PNNI and either protocols working independently in MSS Networks. it will reduction layout, deployment and troubleshooting of networks that use BPX/IGX/MGX households of MS Switches. Cisco Multiservice Switching Networks covers the structure of Multiservice Switches within which a number of controllers are hooked up to the 'controlled change' performing like 'Ships within the Night'. particular information about MPLS and PNNI implementations are mentioned, completing with a whole MSS case study.Carlos Pignataro, CCIE #4619, is an Escalation Engineer with Cisco Systems.Ross Kazemi, CCIE #2742, is a aid engineer in all different types, layout Implementation and troubleshooting for Cisco Systems.Bill Dry, CCIE #4191, is a recommendations help Engineer with CiscoSystems, assisting the Cisco entry, WAN and WAN Switching product strains.

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Chapter 3. Implementations and Platforms This chapter applies all the concepts from the previous two to actual implementations. We will analyze the details of the MPLS and PNNI implementations, as well as draft other Cisco Systems, Inc. proprietary implementations, such as AR and PAR. Also, we will explore Virtual Switch Interface (VSI) slave-specific implementations, such as logical interface number (LIN) encoding and resource management. This is a product-oriented chapter, and as such, it is subject to modifications and aging.

Before diving into the details of the specific MPLS and PNNI implementations, we'd like to repeat one of the most important concepts about multiservice switches: Networking software is decoupled from platform specifics by the VSI. Both MPLS and PNNI software is common in all these implementations. PNNI and MPLS software manage logical interfaces, whereas each platform manages the physical interface specifics. 59 60 MPLS Implementations This section describes in detail all the different MPLS implementations in multiservice switching devices.

To make this point completely clear, let's analyze two examples of bandwidth partitioning between three partitions in the same interface. See Figures 2-17 and 2-18. Figure 2-17. Soft Partitioning of Bandwidth Resources 42 43 Figure 2-18. Soft Partitioning, Part 2 For each partition in each interface, you define the Partition_Minimum_BW and Partition_Maximum_BW. The first requirement is to guarantee the minimum bandwidth for all the partitions in the interface. The bottom sections in Figures 2-17 and 2-18 specify the sum of the minimum bandwidth for all bandwidth partitions on the interface.

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