[c-nsp] Vlans on an ASR9000

Manu Chao linux.yahoo at gmail.com
Fri Dec 23 07:56:57 EST 2011

You will need L2VPN Service (Ethernet LAN Service, VPLS)

On Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 9:43 PM, Brian Christopher Raaen <
mailing-lists at brianraaen.com> wrote:

> I am currently working on replacing two 7200's and a 3750 switch with
> an ASR9000 Router for a 10G upgrade.  Currently the 3750 is only
> preforming layer2 functions and the two routers connect to it via
> 802.1q trunks.  The switch then hands off a 802.1q trunk to other
> downstream switches.  I am unsure of how to configure the ports on the
> ASR to allow me to put more than one port in a vlan.  I have tried
> going through the different configuration guides and think that either
> the would do something like the l2vpn set or the IRB setup listed in
> the "Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Router Interface and
> Hardware Component Configuration Guide".  If I were using a 6500 or
> 7600 I know how I would set up the ports, however I am unsure how I
> would do it in the ASR.  I am wondering about the best way to set this
> up, or if I really shouldn't be using the 40 Port linecard for
> switching/layer2 functions.  Thanks for any input and I'd really
> appreciate any configuration snippets.
> ---
> Brian Raaen
> Zcorum
> Network Architect
> braaen at zcorum.com
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