Layer 2 over IP/MPLS

  title={Layer 2 over IP/MPLS},
  author={Christopher Metz},
  journal={IEEE Internet Computing},
O ver the past several years, traditional carriers and Internet service providers (ISPs) have invested billions of dollars deploying high-speed, high-capacity IP networks. This expansion is intended to lay the foundation for a network that could accommodate exponential traffic growth and deliver new revenue-generating services. Traffic from advanced services incorporating elements such as on-demand video, packet voice, wireless communications, and peer-to-peer networking is expected to consume… CONTINUE READING

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