[j-nsp] EoMPLS and routing
The Dark One
thedarkone at list.ru
Wed Mar 25 05:48:31 EDT 2009
if R1 and R3 are connected via EoMPLS they are virtually connected by a cable, so they are in the same subnet.
This means that BGP is not multihop. My question is different though:
can R3 locally route from the EoMPLS endpoint, or the endpoint must be connected to an physical interface.
From: Arda Balkanay <ardabalkanay at gmail.com>
To: The Dark One <thedarkone at list.ru>, Juniper Puck <juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net>
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2009 17:50:12 +0200
Subject: Re: [j-nsp] EoMPLS and routing
> R1 and R3 can form a multihop bgp session if you only require bgp between R1
> and R3.
> Do you need to share the same network at R1 and R3 ? I mean that do you need
> to form a backtoback ip connectivity ?
> On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 5:22 PM, The Dark One <thedarkone at list.ru> wrote:
> > R2 and R3 are the endpoints of an EoMPLS circuit
> > R1 is physically connected to the EoMPLS endpoint on R2
> > R1 -- R2 ==EoMPLS== R3
> > Is it possible for R1 to talk IP with R3, for instance establish a BGP
> > session?
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