NoCopper 12/5/2012 | 3:41:31 PM
re: ADVA Tackles Ethernet Pain Point Besides of the nice ADVA marketing story of this article, what does this demarcation device actually do in the network? Currently the most common hand-of interface between technologies and/or service providers is a QinQ configured ethernet port. It would be desirable to have e.g. PBB-TE NNI on an MPLS box to allow seamless interop between access and core, but this is not what is meant in the article, right?
FE 12/5/2012 | 3:41:25 PM
re: ADVA Tackles Ethernet Pain Point The product comes at the NNI demarcation problem from an OAM perspective, with most of the functionality focused on SLA monitoring (eg 802.1ag, Y.1731, ESA etc), test (RFC-2544), protection switching (LACP, 8031) - not PBB-TE.

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