MSTP


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MSTP

(MultiService Transport Platform) A high-end Cisco router that is geared for optical connections to metropolitan area networks (MANs). MSTPs include the functionality of MultiService Provisioning Platform (MSSP) routers. See MSSP and MSPP.
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According to Cisco, the ONS 15454 MSTP features reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexing (ROADM) technology combines flexibility, capacity and future-proofing for Sloane Park, which owns a fibre-optic network installed along oil pipelines and railway routes.
The network implements features of Cisco's ONS 15454 MSTP such as reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexers, Optical Transfer Network standard ITU-T G.709 and automatic networkwide optical power management and monitoring.
On the other side, the Cyber Redundancy functions include MSR (Multiple Super Ring), ITU-T G.8032 ERPS, RSTP, MSTP, Super Chain, etc.
Advanced protocols to optimize the performance and intelligence of the network: LLDP, GVRP, Voice LANs, MSTP, GMRP, IPv4 IGMP Snooping and IPv6 MLD Snooping