Routing and control architecture -- Cisco CCIP MPLS certification: Lesson 2

MPLS routing and control architecture are covered as preparation for the CCIP exam 642-611 - Implementing Cisco MPLS. This article is second in a series tailored towards certification skills required for the MPLS portion of the Cisco CCIP certification. There are multiple concepts you must understand regarding the overall MPLS architecture. The MPLS architecture is defined as how an IP backbone builds label forwarding tables and actually provides the service of forwarding labeled traffic. Key concepts include Forward Equivalence Class, MPLS Control Plane, MPLS Forwarding Plane and Label Distribution Protocol.

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