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Eric Gray,Gray
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MPLS: Implementing the Technology is a how-to handbook for network engineers and managers charged with implementing this exciting new switching technology to build high-speed, scalable network infrastructures

MPLS: Implementing the Technology is a how-to handbook for network engineers and managers charged with implementing this exciting new switching technology to build high-speed, scalable network infrastructures. In this detailed deployment guide, networking authority Eric W. Gray explains the history of the Multi-Protocol Label Switching standard and its relationship to existing switching protocols. This book details how MPLS provides solutions to traffic engineering routing problems and how it can also provide support solutions for virtual private networks (VPNs).

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In particular, MPLS dispenses with the cell-switching and signaling-protocol .

In particular, MPLS dispenses with the cell-switching and signaling-protocol baggage of AT. MPLS Traffic Engineering relies upon the use of TE extensions to Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) or Intermediate System To Intermediate System (IS-IS) and RSVP. While the underlying protocols and technologies are different, both MPLS and ATM provide a connection-oriented service for transporting data across computer networks.

Eric Gray carefully educates the reader in the basic principles of MPLS. Additionally, some good material is included on appropriate uses of various parts of the MPLS standards. This attention to applications of the subject really make this book vital to the library of any network engineer.

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MPLS is a protocol used primarily to prioritize Internet traffic and improve bandwidth utilization. However, most existing MPLS solutions are entirely software based. Furthermore it increases the performance of Internet applications and overall efficiency. MPLS performance can be enhanced by executing core tasks (. label stack modification) in hardware while allowing other tasks to be executed in software to guard against performance degradation. This paper proposes a hardware/software design of MPLS on an FPGA for increased performance and efficiency

(Pearson Education) A how-to handbook for network managers and engineers, showing how to implement MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching) technology into an existing system. The CD-ROM contains the entire text, with hyperlinks, diagrams, and animations that illustrate the concepts in the text. System requirements not listed. Softcover. DLC: MPLS standard.
  • An excellent textbook on the development and underlying theory of MPLS. Eric Gray carefully educates the reader in the basic principles of MPLS. Additionally, some good material is included on appropriate uses of various parts of the MPLS standards. This attention to applications of the subject really make this book vital to the library of any network engineer. This book is highly recommended.

  • I read many Eric publications especially on i-draft and RFC.
    This book is okay f you want to read the theory & "higher" level of MPLS and you have experiences with MPLS before. Although still it's not too detail on few chapters.
    Many chapters & paragraphs are a brief summary or copied prgh. from RFCs and I-drafts.

  • Shame I'll never read it. Must have been good though, since he risked his job to get it. He's gone now and the book is just a faded memory.

    I'll miss it.

  • The author does a great job of explaining the principles behind MPLS and the evolution of the protocols from the competing proprietary methods up through the current standards before delving into the function and usage of MPLS. He does a fine job of comparing and contrasting the competing schemes for label distribution and explains how each is likely to be useful. Label merging, label stacking, the differences between labels on different physical media, preemption, dynamic rerouting of a Label Switched Path and many more topics are all explained in a clear and consistent manner.
    This is an excellent book for anyone new to MPLS or anyone whose eyes glaze over at the thought of reading another RFC, but it also fills in the holes for those of us who have been working with MPLS for a long time but never got the chance to see the whole picture before.

  • An excellent textbook on the development and underlying theory of MPLS. Eric Gray carefully educates the reader in the basic principles of MPLS. Additionally, some good material is included on appropriate uses of various parts of the MPLS standards. This attention to applications of the subject really make this book vital to the library of any network engineer. This book is highly recommended.

  • This book provides excellent historical perspective, but assumes the reader is already fairly comfortable with MPLS concepts and terminology. There are a number of forward references that could be confusing to a beginner.
    Eric Gray brings a great deal of personal experience to bear in his very detailed description of the evolution of MPLS throught the IETF standards process. It is a remarkable feat, given the sometimes wildely diverse parties and agendas involved. He also uses up nearly a quarter of his book in presenting it.
    The detail decreases as the reader proceeds through the book, as if the auther was getting tired of his topic. An example of this appears in the sections on "Piggyback Label Distribution Using RSVP" and "Label Distribution Protocol" in Chapter 6. Several paragraphs from these sections are word-for-word copies of each other with only a couple of terminology substitutions.
    Nevertheless, Gray has done a good job of putting out a valuable piece on this still-emerging technology. He discusses applications more clearly than most other books on this topic and is not afraid to add caveats where they are needed.
    I would not recommend this as a "first" or "only" book on MPLS, but it is a must read for someone interested in adding depth to their understanding of the topic.

  • The book "MPLS: Implementing the Technology" by Eric Gray describes the basics of the MPLS protocol, its history, the architecture and implementation issues as well as service provisioning using MPLS.
    This book is very well written and covers all the major aspects of the MPLS protocol. The content of the book is well structured and techniques and implementation details are illustrated with good examples.
    The chapter on MPLS history is a bit too detailed (especially the 13 pages listing all the drafts and RFCs, but I guess even this part could save someone a lot of time browsing through all RFCs trying to figure out these documents.) And in contrast to the MPLS book by Davie and Rekhter the author does not spend a lot of time explaining the technologies that lead to MPLS, e.g. Ipsilons IP-Switching or CISCOs Tag-Switching, but rather concentrates on the current "standard" of the MPLS protocol.
    The chapter on architecture does a good job in explaining how the components of the forwarding information base work while the chapter on implementation alternatives covers important issues like tunneling, encapsulation and label distribution.
    Overall, this is a very good text on MPLS. It has a nice introduction, it is very well written and structured and easy to read. The content is complete, and the book has less than 200 pages. Bravo.