mpls and leased line

Posted on 2011-10-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
What is the difference between MPLS and Leased Line
Question by:Shrishy
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    by:Amit Khilnaney
    Leased line is point to point

    I.e. if a site has to connect to 4 different sites than there is separate connection to each site.



    each site is connected to single MPLS network

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    LL : Can be MPLS VPN,P2P or ethernet link.

    MPLS: Is basically VPN techinque called as multi protocol label switching.
               We have take MPLS service from ISP.


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    detailed answer with examples would be of help

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