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A practical guide to understanding Cisco's multiservice switching architecture and designing and deploying MPLS and PNNI implementations * Learn theory framework and configuration of MSS and design guidelines. * Includes a case study with MPLS and PNNI in all the platforms. * The only book regarding Multiservice Switching architecture and configuration which provides hard-to-find information to readers. * Includes consolidated information/examples about MPLS and PNNI in MSS.Service providers and enterprise customers are faced with the objective of delivering different services over a common infrastructure so that they don't interfere among each other. This can be achieved through the use of Cisco Multiservice Switched Networks. The objective of Cisco Multiservice Switching Networks is to shed light on the general architecture of MSS and presents the cases of MPLS, PNNI and both protocols running independently in MSS Networks. This will aid design, deployment and troubleshooting of networks that use BPX/IGX/MGX families of MS Switches. Cisco Multiservice Switching Networks covers the architecture of Multiservice Switches in which one or more controllers are attached to the 'controlled switch' acting like 'Ships in the Night'. Specific details about MPLS and PNNI implementations are discussed, finishing with a complete MSS case study.Carlos Pignataro, CCIE #4619, is an Escalation Engineer with Cisco Systems.Ross Kazemi, CCIE #2742, is a support engineer in all categories, Design Implementation and troubleshooting for Cisco Systems.Bill Dry, CCIE #4191, is a Solutions Support Engineer with CiscoSystems, supporting the Cisco Access, WAN and WAN Switching product lines.
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