Multi-Protocol Label Switching promises a number of new efficiencies and control features for service providers. The benefits of MPLS have certainly been appreciable, as the technology is widely adopted within telecom  and ISP networks. APCL also adopts this technology  to give better service to customer.


  • Provide a diversified range of Secured and encrypted VPN services (MPLS Layer 3 VPNs) to meet the requirements of the entire spectrum of customers from small and medium to large business enterprises..
  • Make the service very scalable and flexible to facilitate large-scale deployment.
  • Provide a reliable and amenable service, offering SLA to customers.
  • Capable of meeting a wide range of customer requirements, including security, traffic engineering (TE), quality of Service (QOS), class of service (CoS) and any-to-any connectivity.
  • Capable of offering fully managed services to customers.
  • MPLS is a scalable tunneling architecture used for forwarding packets, based on label stacking.



Depending on the specific mix of applications, and network configuration, MPLS-based services can reduce costs by 10% to 25% over comparable data services such as frame relay and ATM.

Quality of Service Attributes

One of the core benefits of MPLS is the ability to support QoS features to traffic. Because MPLS works with a system of labels, customers can determine prioritization levels associated with those labels.


MPLS, that allows you to do automatic configuration of the network and setting up of tunnels or label-switched paths. It’s less resource-intensive physically, to configure the circuits

Traffic Routing

MPLS works by imposing labels on packets as they leave a customer’s network and enter the MPLS network. Rather than look up IP header information to direct packets, network elements simply read the MPLS label and whisk the packet along to the next hop in a pre-determined path.

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