[j-nsp] Mapping Martini Tunnel traffic to an LSP

Alex Arseniev alex.arseniev at gmail.com
Wed Jul 9 16:19:12 EDT 2008

Hi there,
Have a look at "psn-tunnel-endpoint" knob
This knob is useful if you configure 2 RSVP LSP terminating at
different IP at on the egress LSR. Or use two additional "no-install-to"
and "install
<prefix/mask>" knobs to make sure your ingress LSR inet.3 table contains two
different/distinct prefixes belonging to egress LSR.

2008/7/7 Junaid <junaid.x86 at gmail.com>:

> Hi,
> Is there a way to map Martini tunnel traffic onto a specific LSP. I
> have a few Martini tunnels created between two M-series routers that
> are connected via redundant WAN links. In order to load balance/share
> Martini traffic onto these links, I was thinking of somehow manually
> mapping the tunnels onto RSPV configured LSPs between the two routers.
> Each LSP follows a different WAN link. I have created the LSP and
> verfied that it follows the desired path. Now how can I bind the
> traffic of one Martini tunnel with one LSP or any similar solution to
> achieve load-balancing/sharing of Martini tunnel traffic over multiple
> links.
> Regards,
> Junaid
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