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  1. Hello Rene,

    I dont have any question, but i couldn’t hold myself from not writing since this is so well writing that makes happy just by reading it. I look forward for the config part.

    Keep u the great work.

  2. Hi Rene,

    Can you please let us know the difference between L2VPN and L3VPN?



  3. Hi Rene, Andrew
    I am afraid I still don’t understand one thing- why do we need vpn label if we have both RD and RT’s ?
    It was said the router wouldn’t know what VRF the route belongs to… well:
    When PE1 advertises the route to PE2 , this route is unique for BGP because of RD and PE2 also knows in what VRF to install it thanks to Route Target value.
    So the MPLS VPN label seems to be redundant as the BGP can figure the VRF out based solely on the Route Targets …
    What am I missing in this puzzle :slight_smile: Thank you
    Edit- ok, I think I mix up the control and data plane again

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  4. Awesome simplified lessons here! I did not know forum has such in depth explanations too! Any plans for half duplex VRF explanation?

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