[c-nsp] MPLS routing question

Bruce Pinsky bep at whack.org
Wed Feb 22 12:17:48 EST 2006

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Scott Ingram wrote:
> I'm going through an MPLS migration  have a remote and data hub site
> that is UP/UP in the MPLS cloud and BGP EIGRP routes are active on all
> applicable subnets.  I can route all internal WAN traffic without any
> issues However, when I try to connect to an Internet web site the
> traffic stops at the sites next hop in the MPLS cloud.  I think this is
> an issue with the service provider because I can clearly see all my
> routing internal sites and I have established the wildcard default route
> to the next hop.  Any Ideas

You say "MPLS migration", but do you really mean that you are converting
from an L2 circuit-based WAN to a service provider L3VPN service that is
enabled via MPLS in the provider network?

If so, then you need to ask your provider whether or not Internet access is
part of the capability of their L3VPN offering.  For many, it's not.

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