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  1. Hi Rene,

    Thanks for your reply.
    As you mentioned, information inside the RIB is use to build the LIB.
    So i would imagine to have a LABEL for all the available routes.

    e.g. I have 3 best routes to the same destination with rip, eigrp, ospf in the RIB.

    192.168.0.0/24  via 192.168.1.1  - rip
    192.168.0.0/24  via 192.168.2.1  - eigrp
    192.168.0.0/24  via 192.168.3.1  - ospf
    

    q1) Can i check for FIB, does it contain the same amount of available routes as in the RIB ?

    q2) if the above is yes, i would believe FLIB and FIB would have the same amount of labels ?

    q3) it is

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  2. Hi Stuart,

    Did you see this tutorial?

    https://networklessons.com/mpls/mpls-layer-3-vpn-explained/

    I think that one will be helpful to understand this better. Within the MPLS “core”, we only advertise the loopback interfaces of the PE routers in our IGP, OSPF in most of my examples. The P router will only have these networks in its routing table. The LIB is based on the information of the RIB (Routing Table), so you only find labels for those loopbacks there, these are the transport labels needed to get from one PE to another PE.

    Only the PE routers have to know

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