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Title: Implementación de una red MPLS
Author: Ceballos Becerril, Pablo
Director: López Vicario, José
Tutor: Tuset Peiró, Pere  
Keywords: services
telematic networks
MPLS
Issue Date: 9-Jun-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The purpose of this project is to understand how a communications network works in its entirety. As telecommunications engineers, we assume we are entrusted with the design and implementation of an entire corporate network. Based on the available information supplied by technical specifications provided by the company that commissions the project, the network topology has been designed. Based on this, the hardware which makes up each of the solutions present in the project has been chosen. The followed criteria was the manufacturer excellence in its market, the avant-garde of the equipment selected and the technical characteristics that suits better with the scenario. In order to reflect the performance of the network in a global way, we have relied on the OSI model. In this way, we have been describing all characteristics, services and functionalities of the network, leaning on each of the layers of this model. Thanks to the description of all the elements present in each layer of the OSI model of the proposed solution, we have obtained as a result the workflows, where the complete functioning of the network is shown. Bearing in mind the world of telecommunications is divided into sectors such as security, communications, systems, etc., the main achievement we have reached is a network which works as a single set, being all the elements related to each other, therefore, the engineer must have a complete overview.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/95887
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