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Re: MPLS patches
On Thu, Jan 03, 2008 at 08:12:42PM +0200, Mihai Chelaru wrote:
> David Young wrote:
> >I will take a look at the code later today, but I already have a
> >question: how do I set up a MPLS network to test and see if MPLS in
> >NetBSD works? :-) Is there a manual anywhere?
> Not much to set up. Just compile a kernel with options MPLS, start ldpd
> and use a routing protocol to distribute routes (I use ospfd in quagga)
I can already run ospfd on NetBSD without using MPLS or ldpd.
What advantages does MPLS have over what I can do today?
I believe that MPLS may be useful for a pet project, but I do not know
if I could justify adding MPLS to the kernel. How do you think it
> or just setup them manually.
How do I do that? Can you give some examples?
David Young OJC Technologies
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