TWiRT 242 - Will Net Neutrality Kill MPLS?
Sunday, January 18, 2015 at 6:37PM

Net Neutrality proposes that all Internet packets are treated equally - no buying a so-called “fast lane” where delivery is virtually guaranteed.  Broadcasters and other real-time data users depend on the MPLS protocol and pay extra for packet reliability - but is that really over the “Public Internet”.  We’re talking about it with Bob Holowenko on TWiRT.

Show links:
Blog: The Trap of Net Neutrality
MPLS uses DSCP Class of Service Tags.  What’s that?
Learn about MPLS - Multiprotocol Label Switching
MPLS Tutorial
And a video introduction to MPLS

Bob Holowenko, Network Engineer @ve7wnk

Chris Tobin, IP-Solutionist
Kirk Harnack, The Telos Alliance, Delta Radio, & South Seas Broadcasting

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