[e2e] Concerning MPLS paths

Saqib Ilyas msaqib at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 04:57:59 PDT 2009

Hello everyone
I have a question in the context of a single service provider running MPLS.
If a certain number of bandwidth-constrained LSPs are passing through an
LSR, such that the sum of the bandwidth constrains for each LSP is X Mb/s,
then what does it mean? Is X the upper bound on the aggregate bandwidth of
the traffic for all LSPs through that node, or perhaps the traffic sometimes
exceeds X Mb/s, too? Once again, this is in the context of a single service
provider's network.
Information about related literature would be very useful.
Thanks and best regards
Saqib Ilyas
PhD Candidate
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