Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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NETWORK PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS USING UNIQUE AND SAMEAS NUMBERS WITH BGP PROVIDER EDGE-CUSTOMER EDGE PEERING IN MPLS BASED VPN ENVIRONMENT
T.L.Kayathri, Dr. N.Kumaresan, Dr.R.Vijayabhasker
Abstract
Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) is one of the most important technologies that have tremendous growth among various technologies in the Internet Protocol Suite. It offers remote connectivity for Internet Service Providers and other large enterprise networks. Customers mainly prefer to use MPLS over Virtual Private Network (VPN) due to its quality of services, efficiency, accuracy in transmission, bandwidth, scalability, etc. All these unique features have been performed under a single entity by getting help from various sources. The main objective of this paper is to implement Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) in a hub-spoke-based MPLS VPN environment in two ways i) by using Unique Autonomous System numbers and ii) by using the Same Autonomous System numbers. The performance analysis of these two has been carried out with the help of a simulator namely Graphical Network Simulator version 3 (GNS3) and the comparison analysis between unique and same AS numbers has been represented with the help of a comparative chart.
Keywords
BGP, VRF, MPLS, GNS3, VPN
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