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SP0016 - MPLS VPN Multi-VRF CE

It is possible for a single CE device to serve multiple MPLS clients. This requires traffic segregation to be extended to the CE device. The video looks at a scenario of multi-VRF CE device in Cisco MPLS VPN. We will configure two PE-CE routing protocols; BGP and OSPF, in VRF-lite setup and enable support for MPLS label exchange all the way to the CE router. Special configuration will be presented now that our CE router contains multiple VRF and participates in MPLS forwarding.

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SP0015 - MPLS VPN with BGP Route Reflector (Part 2)

Route reflector can be used in MPLS VPN to increase network scalability and routing manageability similarly to IPv4 BGP. This video demonstrates configuration of a route reflector in Cisco MPLS VPN. We will closely look at how a route reflector should be incorporated in a design and its placement choices. The lab also contains a special scenario of load balancing traffic to a site with dual connections, and advance exercises on route filter and Route Target rewrite.

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SP0015 - MPLS VPN with BGP Route Reflector (Part 1)

Route reflector can be used in MPLS VPN to increase network scalability and routing manageability similarly to IPv4 BGP. This video demonstrates configuration of a route reflector in Cisco MPLS VPN. We will closely look at how a route reflector should be incorporated in a design and its placement choices. The lab also contains a special scenario of load balancing traffic to a site with dual connections, and advance exercises on route filter and Route Target rewrite.

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SP0014 - MPLS VPN Shared Service and Internet (With VRF) (Part 2)

This video looks at another alternative of implementing share service and internet service for Cisco MPLS VPN. We will repeat the same lab scenarios as the previous video but this time using a VRF. You will see differences in implementation effort comparing to the non-VRF method. Pros and cons between the two methods will be discussed so you can make an informed decision on the deployment option.

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SP0014 - MPLS VPN Shared Service and Internet (With VRF) (Part 1)

This video looks at another alternative of implementing share service and internet service for Cisco MPLS VPN. We will repeat the same lab scenarios as the previous video but this time using a VRF. You will see differences in implementation effort comparing to the non-VRF method. Pros and cons between the two methods will be discussed so you can make an informed decision on the deployment option.

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SP0013 - MPLS VPN Shared Service and Internet (No VRF) (Part 2)

Many MPLS providers provide common services such as SIP trunk gateway to their clients. Internet access is also a type of common services. This video demonstrates how these shared services can be implemented in Cisco MPLS VPN. We will first look at an implementation without VRF and methods to get traffic from client VRF to global routing table and back into the VRF. The next video will look at an alternative of implementing this with VRF. 

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SP0013 - MPLS VPN Shared Service and Internet (No VRF) (Part 1)

Many MPLS providers provide common services such as SIP trunk gateway to their clients. Internet access is also a type of common services. This video demonstrates how these shared services can be implemented in Cisco MPLS VPN. We will first look at an implementation without VRF and methods to get traffic from client VRF to global routing table and back into the VRF. The next video will look at an alternative of implementing this with VRF. 

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SP0012 - MPLS VPN Managed CE

The video extends the use of Route Target to implementing provider-managed CE devices in Cisco MPLS VPN. A provider usually only need a single IP on a managed CE device to be reachable and this is achieved by selectively exporting an IP, usually on a loopback interfaces, to the provider management VRF. This simple trick allows the provider to manage devices in multiple clients network without compromising network separation.

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SP0011 - MPLS VPN Advanced Topology (Part 3)

The video demonstrates different ways of using Route Target (RT) to build advance Cisco MPLS VPN topologies. We will spend time to gain a better understanding of the role of Route Target, and re-enforce the concept of Route Target import, and export, which is needed for our subsequent labs. These will be delivered through two example topologies of hub-and-spoke and extranet MPLS VPN. This method of exchanging routes between VRFs is also known as route leaking. 

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SP0011 - MPLS VPN Advanced Topology (Part 2)

The video demonstrates different ways of using Route Target (RT) to build advance Cisco MPLS VPN topologies. We will spend time to gain a better understanding of the role of Route Target, and re-enforce the concept of Route Target import, and export, which is needed for our subsequent labs. These will be delivered through two example topologies of hub-and-spoke and extranet MPLS VPN. This method of exchanging routes between VRFs is also known as route leaking. 

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