Been a while. Sorry, last week took a CVOICE class with New Horizons under the guidance of a one Ken Peterson, CCIE. Great instructor, and a fabulous course. I am not that all into voice right now, but the material and labs were very interesting. Cheers to the guys at .nil as well for their remote voice labs. Those area a hard thing to pull off, and they did it well.
So I have been drudging through the MPLS fundamentals book with Definitive MPLS design "on-deck." I have to say...the fundamentals book is kind of a hard read in my opinion. I am definitely going to have to keep it close for reference as it contains alot of good facts. I have now labbed full MPLS VPN scenarios twice, with both RIP and EIGRP running on the vrf's. I have got my head firmly wrapped around the topics of RD's and RT's, so I have moved on to TE. I will try to post some labbish' stuff shortly. With networkers coming quick though, I need to wrap this stuff up fundamentals wise because I test on it the end of networkers week.