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MPLS Network Management by Thomas D. Nadeau

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5

The MPLS Forward Equivalency Class to Next-Hop Label Forward Entry MIB (MPLS-FTN MIB)

“Sour, sweet, bitter, pungent, all must be tasted.”

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Introduction

In this chapter, we examine one of the many standard tools used to manage MPLS networks. The MPLS Forward Equivalency Class (FEC) to Next-Hop Label Forwarding Entry (NHLFE) MIB (MPLS-FTN MIB) was defined with the specific function of exposing the destination prefix to next-hop label mapping for all ingress points of LSPs on an MPLS LER. In short, the MPLS-FTN MIB provides the user with a snapshot of how any particular LSR has been programmed to accept traffic and assign this traffic to an LSP, and then which MPLS next-hop to forward it to. This MIB is meant to be used in ...

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