This Week: Deploying BGP Multicast VPNs, 2nd Edition

Antonio Sanchez Monge

This Week: Deploying BGP Multicast VPNs, 2nd Edition

This Week: Deploying BGP Multicast VPNs, 2nd Edition

The networking industry has been looking for the best way to offer Multicast VPN services while leveraging the strength and scalability of the existing BGP/MPLS VPN technology. The result of several years of effort is Multiprotocol BGP Multicast VPN, often referred to as BGP MVPN. This next generation technology has received a warm welcome in the market and is already deployed in many production networks, from Tier-1 service providers to financial and trading companies.

This Week: Deploying BGP Multicast VPNs, 2nd Edition, assumes the reader has at least some experience with IP/MPLS architectures, including Multiprotocol BGP and IGPs. You are not expected to be an expert in multicast as the basic concepts are revisited in the book, but if you are already familiar with BGP/MPLS IP VPNs, you will find this book easier to read.

Whatever you bring to this seminar in a book will only be amplified by its clear explanations, explicit examples, and attention to detail. The author walks you step-by-step through an advanced technology, thoroughly exploring a design that can be stood up in a week. Roll up your sleeves and let’s get down to work.

“This excellent book is an ideal way to bring you up to speed on MBGP Multicast VPN technology. The book is a very practical guide, clearly describing the theory while showing the reader exactly how to configure the network using Junos. It’s highly recommended!”
Julian Lucek, Distinguished Systems Engineer, Juniper Networks

  • Build a BGP Multicast VPN working solution from scratch.
  • Configure and operate dynamic Point-to-Multipoint MPLS Label Switched Paths, with and without Traffic Engineering features.
  • Describe the integration of Customer PIM instances with VPNs, both in Any-Source Multicast (ASM) and Source-Specific Multicast (SSM) scenarios.
  • Design an optimal distribution of Inclusive and Selective tunnels. Find the right balance between control and forwarding plane efficiency.
  • Use Route Target policies to achieve partial mesh topologies of MVPN sites.
  • Understand the clean decoupling of control and forwarding planes in BGP MVPN.

About the Author
Antonio “Ato” Sanchez Monge (JNCIE-M #222 and CCIE #13098) holds a MS in Physics and a BA in Mathematics from the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (UAM). He joined HP back in 1999 to specialize in networking support, then moved to Juniper Networks in 2004, where he is currently working at the Profes- sional Services team. During the last decade, Ato has been involved with projects for different ISPs in Europe.
Price: $20.00
Pages: 94
Date Published: May 5, 2012
Author: Antonio Sanchez Monge
Product Number: 7100209
Part Number: V4081508322
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