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  1. Hi Georgi,
    These terms all start to run together don’t they?

    First, let’s talk about AToM vs EoMPLS. EoMPLS is AToM that is transporting a specific protocol (Ethernet). AToM is capable of transporting other layer 2 protocols as well, so it has a more broad meaning. The confusion is that most people use Ethernet at layer 2, so in that case EoMPLS and AToM appears to be the same thing. Think of it this way: EoMPLS is a specific kind of AToM just like a Poodle is a specific kind of Dog.

    Now let’s talk about L2TPv3 vs EoMPLS. These are both trying to accompli

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  2. Davis,
    With a network backbone that doesn’t support jumbo frames (meaning frames larger than 1500), you might have some trouble. Common practice is to set the entire core to support an MTU of 9216. You would have to support 14 bytes for Ethernet, 4 bytes for a VLAN tag (if you are using 802.1Q), 4 bytes for MPLS. So, far, that is 22 bytes of overhead, which would reduce your payload size to 1478. Whether you can force your MTU down so your core won’t exceed 1500 bytes, I just don’t know.

    I did find an article that might be of help, though:

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  3. Hi Rene,

    Need your awesome lesson regarding VPLS/HVPLS/MPLS-TE very soon .The topic need to learn badly & you know your write up is simply excellent as compared to any other , Challenge !!! .So ,eagerly waiting for your excellent lesson.Thx


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