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Need a Overlay topology for MPLS , i am using GNS.
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here is the MLPS VPN you were looking for

http://www.gns3-labs.com/2009/01/23/mpls-vpn-and-traffic-engineering/

This is a great site for all your GNS labs
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above link is not opening.
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I just clicked on it and it opened right up

 Try a copy and put it in your browser bar, you might have apop up blocker
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were you able to access the web sites?
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