Nikos Leontsinis nikos at oteglobe.net
Thu Nov 6 11:31:44 EST 2003

-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Osborne [mailto:eosborne at cisco.com] 
Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 5:05 PM
To: Nikos Leontsinis
Cc: cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
Subject: Re: [nsp] MPLS-VPN & LABELS

On Thu, Nov 06, 2003 at 11:55:35AM +0200, Nikos Leontsinis wrote:
> One of my mpls-vpn customers is connected to a cisco 12012 with two
> sites/interfaces, both sites belong to the same vrf (vpn). When I
> attempt to enable a bgp+labels session on the first site, and an ldp
> session is already activated for the second, we get the following
> message on the router:
> router(config-router-af)#neighbor send-label
> LDP label distribution is enabled in at least one interface in the VRF
> Disable LDP based label distribution first to enable EBGP based label
> distribution
> I know this is a problem associated with a bug on 12.0.24 S2.

Not that I've tried this, but could you create two VRFs with identical
import/export policies (plus cross-VRF pollination) and run BGP+Label
in one and LDP in the other?

I did tried it and it seems to work. I am not sure if I understand your
term (cross-VRF pollination) though is there any documentation about
this on the web or elsewhere?


> /120
> limit/120s/120s24/fscscl24.htm#1039486
> However I need to find a solution does anyone knows anything about
> /nikos
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