MPLS Options & Features

By: Emercom  09-12-2011
Keywords: internet access


  • Normal: applications such as E-mail, FTP, and WWW.
  • Important: critical applications such as e-business, Point of Sale, ERP etc.
  • Priority – applications such as Voice over IP.
(available with select bandwidth options)
  • Centralized Internet Access: Consolidate all of your sites on one main Internet access.
  • Multiple VRFs: several virtual paths originating from the same circuit.
  • Extranets: establish virtual paths with customers/partners/suppliers etc.
  • Diversity & Load Sharing: survivability and failover for mission critical sites & bandwidth optimization.
  • Dial-back up: low cost backup to ensure business continuity.
  • 4hr MTTR: Quicker service repair
 


Keywords: internet access

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