[j-nsp] L2VPN vs VPLS
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Sun Mar 26 11:00:17 EST 2006
On 3/25/06, Rafał Szarecki <rszarecki at gmail.com> wrote:
> Manu Chao napisał(a):
> > I cannot deploy VPLS in my MPLS network with following requirement:
> > CE1--(Ethernet unttaged)--PE1----P----PE2--(Ethernet untagged)---CE2
> > |
> > ------PE3--(Ethernet
> > untagged)---CE3
> > With VPLS, i can emulate a LAN connecting CE1, CE2 and CE3
> Why you cannot?
cause in need (JUNOS 7.5) a Tunnel PIC to run VPLS
> Can L2VPN do the same (in this case where we cannot use 802.1q between PE
> > and CE)?
> L2VPN is by definition set or P2P links between CEs. So, In your setup
> you need .1Q support.
> > >From standard L2VPN configuration, i have to create point to point LSPs
> > Ethernet-CCC
> > but
> > i cannot have different LSP originated from CE1 untagged interface on
> > Can point to multipint LSP help here?
> > Or may be impossible with L2VPN/
> Interesting concept. I do not know if this will work at all, but:
> - This will be emulation of HUB not Switch/Bridge. No MAC address
> lerning. Extreemly unefficient.
right, it was just a "workaround" waiting next release ;)
- This is out of standard.
> Rafal Szarecki JNCIE
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