Significantly increased service scalability with Hierarchical VPLS (H-VPLS) architecture -- Higher service availability with end-to-end sub-50ms MPLS Fast Reroute (FRR) -- Increased service security with end-to-end pseudo-wire and VPLS L2VPNs -- Optimized bandwidth management with end-to-end MPLS Traffic Engineering -- Increased converged network infrastructure unified by one standard technology
What does FRR stand for?
FRR stands for Fast Reroute (MPLS protection scheme)
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- Fundacja Rozwoju Pomorza Zachodniego (Polish: Development Foundation of West Pomerania)
- Fédération de Rugby du Québec (French)
- Fixed-Rate Quantization
- Flanders Recorder Quartet (est. 1987; Flanders, Belgium)
- Fonds de Recherche du Québec (French: Research Fund of Quebec; Quebec, Canada)
- Free Response Question
- Frequency (statistical button, scientific calculators)
- Facility Repair and Renewal (US Army program)
- Facility Risk Rating
- False Rejection Rate (biometrics)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The switch also offers MPLS fast reroute in case of traffic interruptions.
Point-to-multipoint LSP interoperability using complex topologies with fast reroute recovery was also tested successfully.
In the hot staging event in preparation for the showcase at MPLS and Ethernet World Congress in Paris, MRV's OptiSwitch OS9024M-210 aggregation switch demonstrated interoperability with other leading vendors for service protection in a first-mile with MPLS Fast Reroute and end-to-end transport connectivity.
The Second Edition contains more than 150 illustrations, new chapters, and more coverage, guiding the reader from the basics of the technology, including signaling protocols, traffic engineering and fast reroute, though all its major applications.
Fast reroute features of MPLS were also validated within the context of point-to-point and point-to-multipoint LSPs.
We were also impressed by the routers' traffic engineering capability, strict QoS adherence even under extremely heavy load, and Juniper's high availability features, such as fast reroute and in-service upgrading.
Bi-directional Forwarding Detection (BFD), and Fast Reroute techniques were evaluated to support fast recovery from network failures.