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Ch 1 Fundamental Concepts of MPLS Technology (NEW) Ch 2 MPLS to GMPLS (reprint Ch 3 of Farrel/Bryskin, GMPLS) Ch 3 MPLS Traffic Engineering and QoS (reprint Ch 3 of Ash, TE and QoS) Ch 4 GMPLS Traffic Engineering (reprint Ch 8 of Farrel/Bryskin Ch 5 MPLS Traffic Engg and Recovery (reprint Ch 8 of Vasseur, Netwk Recovery) Ch 6 GMPLS and Service Recovery (reprint Ch 7 fromFarrel/Bryskin)- 65pp Ch 7 MPLS Traffic Engineering Mngmt (reprint Ch 8 from Nadeau, MPLS Mngmt) Ch 8 MPLS Fast Reroute (NEW)
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a data plane and control technology that is used in packet (that is Internet Protocol) networks. Now over ten years old, it has taken root firmly as a fundamental tool in many service provider networks. The last ten years have seen a considerable consolidation of MPLS techniques and protocols. This has resulted in the abandoning of some of the original features of MPLS, and the development of other new features. MPLS has moved from a prospective solution, to a grown-up technology. Now that MPLS has reached this level of maturity, these new tools and features allow more sophisticated services to the users of the network. These tools and features are discussed within various contexts throughout several networking-related books published by MK and this presents us with a unique publishing opportunity.
The proposed book is a best-of-the-best collection of existing content from several books MK has published in recent years on MPLS technology (multi-label protocol switching). Individual chapters on MPLS technology are derived from a handful of MK books and are combined in one new volume in a way that makes sense as a reference work for those interested in new and developing aspects of this technology, i.e., network operators and designers who need to determine which aspects of their networks would benefit from MPLS technology and applications. It also serves as a definitive reference for engineers implementing MPLS-based products.
This book represents a quick and efficient way to bring valuable content together from leading experts in the field while creating a one-stop-shopping opportunity for customers to receive the information they would otherwise need to round up from separate sources. Suitable and current content will be collected from the following titles: Evans, Deploying IP and MPLS QoS (2006); Farrel, GMPLS (2005); Ash, Traffic Engineering (2006); Vasseur, Network Recovery (2005); Farrel, The Internet and Its Protocols (2004); Nadeau, MPLS Management (2003); and Davie, MPLS Technology and Applications (2000). These chapters will be updated where necessary and two new chapters will be added at the beginning and the end of the book to bring the content into focus and discuss next generation developments.
- Coverage of major applications of MPLS such as traffic engineering, VPNs, IP integration, GMPLS, and QoS written by leading experts in the field contributes to your practical knowledge of this key technology
- Shows you how to implement various MPLS applications that will result in saving your organization time and money
- Shows you how you can evaluate MPLS applications and techniques in relation to one another so you can develop an optimum network design
This book enables network operators and designers to determine which aspects of their networks would benefit from MPLS (mulit-label protocol switching)technology and applications. It is also a definitive reference for engineers implementing MPLS-based products.
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- © Morgan Kaufmann 2008
- 17th April 2008
- Morgan Kaufmann
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Bruce Davie is VP and CTO for VMware, APJ. He joined VMware as part of the Nicira acquisition, and was Networking CTO until 2017. He has over 30 years of industry experience, and was a Cisco Fellow prior to joining Nicira. He has contributed to many networking standards and authored several networking textbooks. Bruce received his Ph. D. in computer science from the University of Edinburgh in 1988 and is an ACM Fellow.
Adrian Farrel has nearly two decades of experience designing and developing portable communications software. As MPLS Architect and Development Manager at Data Connection Ltd., he led a team that produced a carrier-class MPLS implementation for customers in the router space. As Director of Protocol Development for Movaz Networks, Inc., he helped build a cutting-edge system that integrated many IP-based protocols to control and manage optical switches. Adrian is active within the IETF, where he is co-chair of the CCAMP working group responsible for GMPLS. He has co-authored and contributed to numerous Internet Drafts and RFCs on MPLS, GMPLS, and related technologies. He was a founding board member of the MPLS Forum, frequently speaks at conferences, and is the author of several white papers on GMPLS.
Founder of Old Dog Consulting, North Wales, UK
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