FAQ-What networking features does an MPLS BGP VPN support

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S series switches' (except S1700 switches) support for MPLS BGP VPN is described as follows:

When a switch functions as a PE, you can configure the static routing, RIPv1, RIPv2, OSPF, EBGP, and IS-IS multi-instances between the PE and CE.
S series switches support such networking modes as intranet, extranet, Hub&Spoke, CE dual-homing, and hierarchical MPLS BGP VPN.

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Which networking features does an MPLS BGP VPN support
When the switch functions as a PE, you can configure the static routing, RIPv1, RIPv2, OSPF, EBGP, and IS-IS multi-instances between the PE and the CE. The switch supports such networking modes as intranet, extranet, Hub&Spoke, CE dual-homing, and hierarchical MPLS BGP VPN.

MPLS VPN supported by USG firewalls
The USG2000, USG5000, and USG6000 support MPLS VPN.

Does the device support static MPLS IP VPN
The device does not support static MPLS IP VPN when PEs advertise private routes. The device can use only MP-BGP to allocate labels to private routes; however, VPN labels cannot be manually specified and the remote PE cannot be specified as the neighbor.

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