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SP0030 - MPLS Multicast VPN (Part 3)

The video introduces you to Cisco MPLS multicast VPN. We will first go through some theories behind the technology to give you a big picture of configuration steps that will be involved and familiarize you with essential terminologies. The configuration begins at global multicast, of which we will use Source-Specific Multicast (SSM), and followed by Default-MDT and Data-MDT configuration. During configuration, we will provide tips and point out anything that you might need to pay attention to. We will be testing using both Dense and Sparse modes at the client sites. Wireshark packet capture will be performed throughout this lab to help you place the theories into practice, and understand the structure of the multicast packets.

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SP0030 - MPLS Multicast VPN (Part 2)

The video introduces you to Cisco MPLS multicast VPN. We will first go through some theories behind the technology to give you a big picture of configuration steps that will be involved and familiarize you with essential terminologies. The configuration begins at global multicast, of which we will use Source-Specific Multicast (SSM), and followed by Default-MDT and Data-MDT configuration. During configuration, we will provide tips and point out anything that you might need to pay attention to. We will be testing using both Dense and Sparse modes at the client sites. Wireshark packet capture will be performed throughout this lab to help you place the theories into practice, and understand the structure of the multicast packets.

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SP0030 - MPLS Multicast VPN (Part 1)

The video introduces you to Cisco MPLS multicast VPN. We will first go through some theories behind the technology to give you a big picture of configuration steps that will be involved and familiarize you with essential terminologies. The configuration begins at global multicast, of which we will use Source-Specific Multicast (SSM), and followed by Default-MDT and Data-MDT configuration. During configuration, we will provide tips and point out anything that you might need to pay attention to. We will be testing using both Dense and Sparse modes at the client sites. Wireshark packet capture will be performed throughout this lab to help you place the theories into practice, and understand the structure of the multicast packets.

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SP0029 - MPLS QoS (Part 3)

The video takes you through three different QoS implementation models in Cisco MPLS, namely Short Pipe, Pipe, and Uniform. We will start by examining the default QoS behavior at label imposition, and perform basic Experimental value change during label swap. We will then dive into each of the QoS models, and complete relevant configuration. Packet capture and debug will be performed throughout the lab to provide verification. Some features that you will also learn in this lab include table map and explicit null label.

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SP0029 - MPLS QoS (Part 2)

The video takes you through three different QoS implementation models in Cisco MPLS, namely Short Pipe, Pipe, and Uniform. We will start by examining the default QoS behavior at label imposition, and perform basic Experimental value change during label swap. We will then dive into each of the QoS models, and complete relevant configuration. Packet capture and debug will be performed throughout the lab to provide verification. Some features that you will also learn in this lab include table map and explicit null label.

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SP0029 - MPLS QoS (Part 1)

The video takes you through three different QoS implementation models in Cisco MPLS, namely Short Pipe, Pipe, and Uniform. We will start by examining the default QoS behavior at label imposition, and perform basic Experimental value change during label swap. We will then dive into each of the QoS models, and complete relevant configuration. Packet capture and debug will be performed throughout the lab to provide verification. Some features that you will also learn in this lab include table map and explicit null label.

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SP0028 - MPLS AToM TE and Pseudowire Redundancy

The video demonstrates another method of routing L2VPN traffic using Cisco MPLS Traffic Engineering (TE) tunnel. Instead of relying on targeted LDP, we will be leveraging MPLS TE for label exchange and traffic path control. We will also look at a way to provide redundancy using a backup pseudowire. We will perform Wireshark packet capture and review control and data packets. 

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SP0027 - MPLS AToM Interworking (Part 2)

The video walks you through configuration of Cisco Any Transport over MPLS (AToM) interworking. In our first two scenarios, we will be configuring EoMPLS to provide Layer2 connectivity between sites with disparate circuit type, specifically non-tag and 802.1q circuit, using Ethernet and VLAN mode. Our last scenario involves interworking of non-Ethernet circuit to an Ethernet circuit, which will call for an IP mode. Wireshark packet capture will be performed and we will notes the differences in packet structure with interworking.

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SP0027 - MPLS AToM Interworking (Part 1)

The video walks you through configuration of Cisco Any Transport over MPLS (AToM) interworking. In our first two scenarios, we will be configuring EoMPLS to provide Layer2 connectivity between sites with disparate circuit type, specifically non-tag and 802.1q circuit, using Ethernet and VLAN mode. Our last scenario involves interworking of non-Ethernet circuit to an Ethernet circuit, which will call for an IP mode. Wireshark packet capture will be performed and we will notes the differences in packet structure with interworking.

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SP0026 - MPLS AToM Ethernet (EoMPLS) (Part 2)

The video walks you through configuration of Cisco Any Transport over MPLS (AToM). Since Ethernet circuit has become much more common nowadays, we will only focus on providing Layer 2 VPN connectivity using point-to-point Ethernet (EoMPLS) which is considered a type of Virtual Private Wire Service (VPWS). We will compare various mode of operation including Port mode, VLAN mode, and VLAN translation. To get better insight of the underlying protocol and frame structure, we will perform Wireshark packet capture and review control and data packets. 

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