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MPLS access

Never really dealt with MPLS.  The potential client asking if they can connect to us using MPLS.  I don't have MPLS in place. What do I need to have in order to have them to connect via MPLS?
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marine7275Commented:
Should be able to setup a site to site VPN between your Service Provider router and their MPLS routers/firewalls. Easiest way is to install ASA's in your office and theirs for an extranet type of tunnel.
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Tiras25Author Commented:
Got it. And would that be classified as MPLS connectivity?  I should have a carrier in place probably that supports MPLS.
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marine7275Commented:
You don't have to be setup with MPLS. You just need a device on your end and on theirs, preferably Cisco ASAs and setup a tunnel between the 2 networks.
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Tiras25Author Commented:
The specific question client asks if he can connect to us using MPLS.
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marine7275Commented:
What services are they trying to connect to you for? That would be a better start.
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Tiras25Author Commented:
My web services hosted. I guess I need to learn what is MPLS in first place :-)
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marine7275Commented:
Then of course they can.
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Tiras25Author Commented:
Thanks.
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