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Need a Peer-to-Peer topology for MPLS, i am using GNS
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Are you looking for a drawing or a exported config?
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here is a good peer to peer lab for GNS 3

http://www.gns3-labs.com/2008/09/22/multilayer-switching-in-a-campus-network/

they have a bunch of good labs you can also get your MLPS one

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were you able to access the web sites?
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