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Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS)

Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS)

In a world where many types of data exist, Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) services offer a versatile technology that enables a single network to transmit various types of data. By simply adding a label to each packet of data that needs processed, MPLS identifies and carries these different kinds of data.

MPLS offers a highly efficient way of moving data using Class of Service (CoS) tagging. Network administrators can prioritize applications and traffic types based on their technical requirements. This also helps to determine how mission-critical they may be to the business and set up and network to address higher-ranking packets first.

Benefits of MPLS

Convenient. Receive invoices or view your bill and account history via online portal

Customizable. Monitor your bandwidth utilization in real time via online portal

Flexible. MPLS can be delivered via DS1, DS3, Ethernet, and Private Fiber along with the appropriate equipment that your solution requires

Cost-effective. Comprehensive service and feature details enables a more effective management of expenses

Monitored. All circuits are managed and monitored 24/7/365


MPLS Features

Telesystem’s fully meshed private IP backbone network adheres to the latest industry standards regarding Quality of Service (QoS), which ensures time sensitive applications are prioritized over lesser priority applications. Telesystem’s network is built on self-healing Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) rings to automatically route to another path to prevent delays or disruption to your day-to-day business in the event of an outage.

MPLS offers the built-in performance, security, and reliability of a private-line network with flexibility in network design and operation through the development of next generation IP network and hardware standards.


MPLS Virtual Private Network (VPN) Features and Options

  • MPLS is recognized by the industry as a next generation VPN offering
  • The standard MPLS VPN configuration includes: a managed router, one CoS port, and one Ethernet port (with either public or private IP addresses)
  • Supplemental CoS (up to four total)
  • A second Ethernet port
  • Local, Long Distance and Toll Free calling services (four digit dialing between geo-diverse locations)
  • SIP Trunking
  • Internet Access
  • HPBX services
  • Network Firewall

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