Leased Line vs MPLS
In the present fast-paced world, success of your organisation depends strongly on your organisation’s communication infrastructure. Internet is one of the most effective and essential communication tools for any organisation. That is why Telecoms Supermarket India offers Internet Leased Line which provides your organisation a permanent high-speed connectivity.
What is MPLS?
The acronym MPLS stands for Multi-Protocol Label Switching and is offered as a totally bespoke, secure and private network made for large businesses. This is a private circuit that combines voice, video and data, whilst also connecting multiple sites and remote workers. It is a high speed, reliable network with dedicated QoS (Quality of Service) which allows your business to flexibly prioritise the traffic coming in and our of your business connection.
Leased Lines and MPLS both are available over copper & Fiber medium, both also support high bandwidths.
||Multi or Point to Point
||Point to Point
|CAPEX and OPEX
||usually lower cost than P2P leased line links
||Higher than MPLS links
|Quality of service
||Service provider QoS for prioritization of delay sensitive and mission critical traffic
||Partially or no QoS
||MPLS is an efficient technology that is easily scaled
||Leased line ar the most difficult to scale, both because of the time needed for deployment and expense
||Improved performance especially when spoke to spoke communiction
|| Low performance in spoke to spoke communicatioms since HUB incurs additional hop which is not the case in MPLS
|Segration of customer traffic
|| Logical sepration of customer trafic
|| Physical sepration of customer traffic
||Service provider is involved in layer 3 routing of the customer traffic
||Service provider doces not involve in routing decision of custpmer traffic
||High level by logical sepration of traffic
||Most secured due to physical sepration of traffic
||Shared across multiple customers
||Dedicated to customer
Leased Line recommended for
1. large enterprise with a requirement for secure and private network
2. have multiple websites spread across a large area
3. fast growing organizations with inorganic growth of website
1. require guaranted bandwith
2. need to transfer large data reliably and fast between websites