[cisco-bba] Dynamic routing over L2TP LNS

Jose Bejarano Jose.Bejarano at gmx.net
Sun Jul 13 04:57:07 EDT 2008

Hi Arie,

thanks, yeap, using a routing protocol between the LNS and CPE, users  
are then entering the L3 MPLS/VPN (using vrf Radius attributes). The  
idea is to improve convergence and backup functions
adding a routing protocol. Unfortunately there is no much info about.  
QoS LNS<--->CPE is of course another big issue and we are thinking to  
use per-session QoS using Radius...
Any experience would be appreciated !


Am 11.07.2008 um 19:56 schrieb Arie Vayner:

> Jose,
> Are you asking about using a routing protocol between the LNS and  
> the remote user's CPE, or are you talking about redistributing the  
> addresses assigned to the PPP session (either the /32 or a static  
> route) into the VPN?
> Arie
> On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 5:57 PM, Jose Bejarano  
> <Jose.Bejarano at gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi,
> we are terminating via L2TP our PPPoE users on a 7206vxr with npe-g1.
> Customers are then terminating these sessions in a VRF using Radius  
> attributes.
> Now we are planning to introduce dynamic routing functionality:  
> Any info/experiences/ideas/tips with using routing protocols over  
> L2TP ?
> Thanks in advance,
> Jose
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