VPLS is easy to manage, extending the simplicity of the Ethernet LAN across the WAN. Layer2’s VPLS network enables you to maintain full routing control of traffic, with no sharing of your routing table or IP addressing. The service allows for transmission of IP traffic, as well as non-IP traffic, with no encapsulation or conversion required.
Our VPLS service employs P-bit prioritization for Class of Service (CoS) at no additional cost, allowing you to segment traffic into four classes. This ensures that latency-sensitive applications are given the highest priority, providing an optimal end-user experience.
Layer2 provides flexible bandwidth options, including flat-rate billing as well as burstable ports to meet data spikes. Unlike many VPLS providers, we also offer an aggregate committed data rate (ACDR) plan that allows for sharing of bandwidth across ports, so you can avoid overpaying for idle capacity.
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Multipoint configuration – fully meshed sites
Supports IP and non-IP traffic delivery
Global coverage – availability in over 300 PoPs
Ethernet Virtual Circuits (EVCs)
Ability to combine multiple traffic types and protocols on a single connection
Frame/packet loss ratio: ≤0.1%
Frame jitter: ≤2ms
Latency by region
The security of your data is crucial. With MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching), you create a highly secure network. MPLS is a standards-based technology used to prioritize the delivery of network packets creating a Virtual Private Network (VPN).
MPLS VPNs partition one customer’s traffic from another’s to keep it private across the infrastructure. The partitioning is created using special MPLS tags rather than encryption.
Using MPLS VPN service, you can connect multiple locations and users on a single private IP network. It’s also different from other VPN solutions because it lets you prioritize different traffic types, giving you low latency (data delay) and a superior end-user experience.
Faster response times and better application performance
A high degree of control over your network
Highly secure data networking
Outstanding network performance,reliability,and consistency