[j-nsp] cross vr routing?
leigh.porter at ukbroadband.com
Thu Nov 2 10:29:56 EST 2006
Buy a Linux box to do NAT on, plug it into both the VRFs on the box and do it that way ;-)
Thats what I did for some Ciscos that didnt support it, even with a Tunnel PIC taped to them..
From: juniper-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net on behalf of Sven Juergensen
Sent: Thu 11/2/2006 1:45 PM
To: juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net
Subject: Re: [j-nsp] cross vr routing?
thanks for the heads up so far. looking at the
prices for those sm-modules, this scenario has
been set back for now.
on to the next topic which might be usable for
what i'm trying to build: mpls.
lots of documentation on the juniper website as
well as rfc 2547 tells me about PE and P routers,
whereas the PE ones connect to the CE, the PE
connects to another PE through 1+ P routers.
is something like this possible:
using just a single PE router, terminating dsl
lines through different atm pvcs to a single vrf
and thereby "routing" the subnets through this one
PE, without having any other P or PE endpoints or
still trying to put all the terminology and
concepts together; apologies for misunderstandings
on my part in advance.
Sven Juergensen wrote:
> hello everyone,
> i'm a bit lost here:
> is it possible to somehow route between
> virtual routers using junose 5-1-5?
> in the documentation  it says
> "E-series routers support a number of features that allow the service
> provider to control the exchange of routing information between virtual
> routers in the system, between routers in the network, and between
> protocols within a router:"
> this leads me to the assumption that it is -
> but how? what i'm trying to do is to nat 1918
> space to a public ip address, possibly located
> on another virtual router.
> can i do this or would i have to use another
> external device for this?
> thanks for any input.
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