Migrating Legacy Services to MPLS
Posted October 2003

Course Overview:
MPLS enables carriers to construct scalable, reliable, and SLA sensitive networks. The Migration to MPLS half-day tutorial will provide attendees with insight into the business and technical strategies that are being discussed that allow carriers to migrate existing services to an MPLS infrastructure while preserving today's valuable revenue sources ATM, Frame Relay, Voice and TDM. Key existing and emerging industry standards/agreements are referenced.

Course Outline:

bullet Section 1: Strategy Overview
bullet Section 2: MPLS Overview
bullet Section 3: Migrating Frame Relay and ATM to MPLS
bullet Section 4: Migrating TDM and Voice to MPLS

Intended Audience:
This course is intended for those who already have a familiarity with MPLS technology and want to learn more about to migrate legacy services (e.g. ATM, Frame Relay) to an MPLS infrastructure. It is assumed that the attendee has a basic understanding of MPLS protocols and how MPLS packet forwarding operates. The intended audience for this tutorial are those who work in marketing, product management, network design, applications engineering, systems engineering, and network operations staff.

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