[MPLS-OPS]: Re: [e2e] Re: [ippm] [Fwd: State of MPLS deployments today]

Antoine Bagula bagula at cs.sun.ac.za
Fri Oct 4 02:39:07 PDT 2002

I have the impression that Robert's type of answer is typical on this list
when pros and cons MPLS is concerned. Thanks to Randy and Bob for their
interventions which i hope will help us avoid agressive answers on the
list in the future. I also think that as far as MPLS efficiency, utility
or whatever people should call as synonym of efficiency, several questions stand
1) Can people express their opinion on the list concerning limitations of MPLS ?
2) Can those who have solutions to these limitations also propose
these solutions ?
3) Did someone on the list gave an answer to the concern of professor Kave
:  what is the effect of traffic engineering on network performance?

BA. Bagula.

On Thu, 3 Oct 2002, Robert Raszuk wrote:

> Hi Randy,
> As far as the clue part I would recommed to wait for VPRN presentation
> to go public at next nanog so everybody can judge who is clufull or
> clueless reg MPLS applications especially 2547bin :-).
> R.
> > Randy Bush wrote:
> >
> > >> I was saying that today we don't have yet (or at least I have not heard of)
> > >> a full MPLS large network. I was not meaning that nobody is using MPLS in
> > >> portion of his network.
> > > It is quite known that university professors are pretty much out of
> > > touch with real networks and reality.
> >
> > as opposed to out of touch with manners or clue?
> >
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