MPLS (Multiprotocol label switching) is a protocol for accelerating and shaping
network traffic, which essentially means MPLS sorting and prioritizing your data
packets based on their class of service (such as IP phone, video, or Skype data).
When using MPLS protocols, the available usable bandwidth is increased and
critical applications such as voice and video are guaranteed 100% uptime. The
following article is devoted to the analysis of routing flow models in MPLS networks
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