Frame Relay Encapsulation over Pseudo-Wires
draft-martini-frame-encap-mpls-01

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Author Luca Martini 
Last updated 2002-06-17
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Abstract

This document defines frame relay pseudo-wire emulation edge-to-edge. A frame relay pseudo-wire is a mechanism that exists between a provider's edge network nodes and support as faithfully as possible frame relay services over IP and MPLS packet switched network (PSN). Two mapping modes are defined: One-to-one mapping mode characterized by a one to one relationship between a frame relay VC and a pair of MPLS LSPs is defined for MPLS PSN. The other mode is known as port mode or many-to-one mapping mode and is defined for MPLS PSN and IP PSN with L2TPv3.

Authors

Luca Martini (luca@level3.net)

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