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July 2, 2012  7:58 AM

how to use Administrative distance? – part 3



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
AD, CCIE, Cisco, EIGRP, iBGP, mpls vpn, route, router

This is the last entry for the series "how to use administrative distance". The interesting part was, why when static routes were distributed into EIGRP, they were shown as Internal?

May 29, 2012  9:16 AM

how to use Administrative distance? – part 2



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
administrative, CCIE, Cisco, distance, distribution, EIGRP, mpls vpn, route, router, static

In my earlier Blog, i have shown a detailed diagram of the problem/ requirement of the network change. After 5 mins of studying the proposal i came with an easy solution to change the routing behavior. I have made few assumptions and based on it i built my design. These assumptions are correct,...


February 10, 2011  4:44 AM

MPLS VPN tutorial



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
Cisco, configuration, Dynamips, example, GNS3, MPLS, mpls vpn, tutorial, vpn

I would like to post a simple example of how to set up MPLS-VPN for two users. This example was used from the Cisco Press book CCIE Routing and Switching . Although the book...


February 9, 2011  8:16 AM

what is MPLS VPN?



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
Cisco, how mpls vpn works, MPLS, mpls vpn, network, router, routing, service provider, virtual, virtual routing, vpn

When a service provider connects to sites that belong to one customer that uses private address then SP will advertise those routes within his autonomous systems. This could be handled when he is serving one ogranization. What if the SP is connecting 10 customers each with three sites and all of...


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