[alcatel-nsp] Two redundant local loop to One PE (7450 ESS)
GARCIA DEL RIO Diego
Diego.Garcia_Del_Rio at alcatel-lucent.be
Sat Aug 8 11:45:35 EDT 2009
Besides LAG as mentioned, M-VPLS or just xSTP inside the VPLS in
question will work to block one port of the access ring. Of course, it
will depend on whether your devices support xSTP or if they pass it
through transparently or not.
Diego Garcia del Rio
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Subject: [alcatel-nsp] Two redundant local loop to One PE (7450 ESS)
Does anybody have a suggestion for the vpls scenario which have two
redundant local loop to One PE (7450 ESS).
I know that we can do M-VPLS for dual-homed PE, but how about if the
local loop terminate to one PE ?
Thank you before.
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