[c-nsp] ENNI Termination

Phil Bedard philxor at gmail.com
Fri Oct 18 23:52:20 EDT 2013

So you need to pop the s-VLANs and locally terminate the c-VLAN traffic or am I misunderstanding?  Why wouldn't the provider just hand the traffic off with a single VLAN?   The newer ASR901 probably supports what you need and is fairly cheap.  Otherwise with the ME and other switches you might need loop back cables or another device to do that.  

If you aren't tied to a vendor you can do what you want with a MX80 or the lower variants like the MX5/10.  


> On Oct 18, 2013, at 10:03 PM, Kenny Kant <akennykant at gmail.com> wrote:
> We have 7 new metro Ethernet circuits from our service provider to remote locations with qinq trunks.  All of these connections are point to point connections terminating at central site using a 7 different s-vlans on a single ENNI port.
> We need the ability to have a number of c-vlans accessible from all of the 7 remote locations via these connections.  We are struggling to find a Cisco device and a configuration to allow for this to happen.  It seems like any Cisco gear supporting MEF 26 ENNI standard is crazy expensive.   Does any lower end Cisco device support something like this?  I had hoped a ME3400 would do the job  but it looks like I need to shell out some serious cash for an asr?   
> Any suggestions on gear and configuration?
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