Advanced MPLS Workshop will be organized at Taylor's College Subang Jaya on 17-19 Aug 2015.
* 09:00 – Begin of Advanced MPLS Workshop
10:30 – 1100 – Morning Break with refreshment (Provided by MyNOG)
13:00 – 1400 – Lunch (*Not provided by MyNOG)
15:30 – 1600 – Afternoon Break with refreshment (Provided by MyNOG)
17:30 – end
* Traditional IP packet forwarding analyzes the destination IP address contained in the network layer header of each packet as the packet travels from its source to its ﬁnal destination. A router analyzes the destination IP address independently at each hop in the network. Dynamic routing protocols or static conﬁguration builds the database needed to analyze the destination IP address (the routing table). The process of implementing traditional IP routing also is called hop-by-hop destination-based unicast routing.
* MPLS has evolved to address some of the concerns of the limitations of traditional IP routing and also address some of the key requirements from a services perspective. Previously Frame Relay and ATM based services were a choice for VPN services. However Frame Relay and ATM services were not able to offer differentiated services based on applications such as voice over IP, IP based Video Conferencing and other emerging applications. MPLS addresses some of these concerns. MPLS provides a number of services such as IPv4/IPv6 based L3 MPLS VPNs, L2 MPLS VPNs and Traffic Engineering. MPLS has provided some excellent solutions for Layer 3 and Layer 2 VPNs, which are widely used in today’s Service Provider networks.