[j-nsp] Juniper Encapsulation question on MX960
davidtball at gmail.com
Thu May 8 10:13:06 EDT 2008
We use 'encapsulation ethernet-ccc' on all of our T-series and some
M10s for transparent PtP L2VPNs and it works very well. Using
extended-vlan-ccc would require you to start 'caring' about VLANs, so
ethernet-ccc sounds like what you're looking for.
2008/5/8 Thor <thor.work at mx-one.com>:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thorsten Muller
> Sent: 08 May 2008 09:32
> To: juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net
> Cc: Thorsten Muller
> Subject: RE: Juniper Encapsulation question on MX960
> I have a question about the Ethernet encapsulation in L2 VPN's on a MX960
> I want to connect a customer on a 10G interface in a p2p L2 VPN.
> The customer wants to send his own vlans over the port (so the port needs to
> be transparent to vlans)
> Which encapsulation do I need ?
> the documentation states: (Junos 8.5)
> Use Ethernet CCC encapsulation on Ethernet interfaces that must accept
> packets carrying standard Tag Protocol ID (TPID) values.
> Use extended VLAN encapsulation on CCC circuits with Gigabit
> Ethernet and 4-port Fast Ethernet interfaces that must accept packets
> carrying 802.1Q values.
> What do you people suggest?
> Anything else to take into consideration ?
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