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MPLS (Multi Protocol Label Switching) quiz !

Learn while assessing your knowledge.

This quiz is part of the MPLS Review Questions of my new version of CCDE Workbook. There are more than two hundred questions in it and you can have it from the website directly (PDF version) or from Amazon (Hardcopy)

This quiz helps for many certification exams as well as real-life Network Engineering Interviews.

For more quizzes and many other network design resources (Videos, mind maps and the my books) I would recommend you to have lifetime access to Self Paced CCDE Course

HR professionals and Hiring Managers also can benefit from this quiz, they can use these questions during their Interview process.

Last but not least, BGP design will be a part of my upcoming July Online Service Provider Design Workshop. You can register it now !

Take note during the quiz and if you have any question or comment share in the comment box below!

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MPLS Design - 1 (10 Questions)

In this quiz there are 10 questions. This quiz should be finished within 30 minutes. If you are reading the answer and trying to understand each one of them, it might take longer.

Also please take a look at after this quiz, MPLS Design – 2 (30 Questions) quiz as well. There are different design questions in that quiz and together these two quizzes help you to asses your MPLS knowledge as well as learn new MPLS design concepts.

Good Luck and Enjoy !

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— 8 Comments —

    • Actually no. You need an indirection which can take the PLR to the point that does not send the traffic back. That indirection or encapsulation can be GRE, L2tp , LISP whatever. What currently Cisco supports doesn’t mean how technology would work.

      Cheers
      Orhan

  1. Thanks Orhan for the quiz. It’s really good – especially multiple-choice questions without specifying the number of correct answers. They don’t rely on guessing and clearly show the knowledge gaps.
    My query is about the “migration plan” type of questions (here q9) – what’s is the correct approach here:
    1) Do the migration as simple as possible and then
    2) Take care of monitoring and security immediately after that.
    Or
    1) Don’t put anything into production without taking care of security and monitoring (although security features can complicate the troubleshooting during the migration and it will be easier to start without it and implement it just after the core functionality is working)

    • Hi Plamen,
      I wrote network merger and migration post as I remember. Please search it on the website, if you cannot get the answer in that post, please let’s discuss again

  2. Thanks Orhan for the quiz. It’s really good – especially multiple-choice questions without specifying the number of correct answers. They don’t rely on guessing and clearly show the knowledge gaps.
    My query is about the “migration plan” type of questions (here q9) – what’s is the correct approach here:
    1) Do the migration as simple as possible and then
    2) Take care of monitoring and security immediately after that.
    Or
    1) Don’t put anything into production without taking care of security and monitoring (although security features can complicate the troubleshooting during the migration and it will be easier to start without it and implement it just after the core functionality is working)

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