label edge router


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label edge router

(networking)
(LER) A device that sits at the edge of an MPLS domain, that uses routing information to assign labels to datagrams and then forwards them into the MPLS domain.
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Two Dynamic LSPs with explicit routes were created between the SR and DR Label Edge Routers through two different links of different hop counts.