Was reading through the OpenBSD 4.8 release notes.
Seems they have a good bit of work/support for MPLS going on.
I've seen light mention of it on FreeBSD lists now and then
yet am unaware of any committed work.
Is MPLS of age such that FreeBSD should have designs on doing it?
Would it fit better as a FreeBSD Foundation or GSoC project?
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