[alcatel-nsp] MACSEC transparency on null encap epipe service on 7750 or 7210 SAS-M
Rabadan, Jorge (Jorge)
jorge.rabadan at alcatel-lucent.com
Wed Jul 2 06:50:37 EDT 2014
MACsec uses 802.1x for authentication, key exchange, etc.
Since 12.0R1 we can tunnel 802.1x in the 7750.
From the 12.0R3 release notes:
In Release 12.0.R1, tunneling of untagged 802.1x frames received on a port is now supported for both Epipe and VPLS services using either null or default SAPs when the port dot1x port- control is set to force-auth. This feature requires FP2- or higher-based line cards or a 7750 SR- c4/c12.
From: Pawel Sikora <Pawel_Sikora at netia.pl<mailto:Pawel_Sikora at netia.pl>>
Date: Wednesday, July 2, 2014 at 3:11 AM
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Subject: [alcatel-nsp] MACSEC transparency on null encap epipe service on 7750 or 7210 SAS-M
Quick question - could the EPL made of epipe service transparently pass MacSec encrypted traffic (802.1AE) and EAPOL frames ?
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