Chapter Review Questions

You can find answers to the following questions in Appendix A, "Answers to the Chapter Review Questions."

1. What is a route distinguisher?

2. How is a packet that is coming from the CE router identified as to which VRF it belongs?

3. What is the purpose of RTs?

5. What is the BGP neighbor command with as-override used for?

6. When would you use different route distinguishers for routes of the same VPN?

7. What command should you configure on a Multi-VRF CE router that is running OSPF?

8. What three characteristics does an OSPF sham link have?

9. Why do MPLS VPN packets have two MPLS labels?

10. Which BGP extended community can prevent routing loops from occurring in MPLS VPN networks?

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What You Will Learn

By the end of this chapter, you should know and be able to explain the following:

■ What the advantages of MPLS TE are

■ How OSPF and IS-IS have been extended for MPLS TE

■ How TE LSPs and their costs are calculated

■ How traffic is mapped to MPLS TE tunnels

■ How Fast ReRoute for link and node protection works

■ How RSVP was extended for MPLS TE

After you have digested these topics, you'll have a thorough understanding of MPLS

traffic engineering.

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