[j-nsp] MX VPLS Trunk with VLAN rewriting
juniper-nsp at ml.karotte.org
Tue Jan 10 10:57:46 EST 2012
* Humair Ali <humair.s.ali at gmail.com> [2011-12-23 16:41]:
> you should be able to achieve what you want by using Virtual Switch Routing
> instance instead of VPLS routing instance.
> you can confirgure a Virtual Switch instance with protocol VPLS in it , and
> create a bridge-domains to allow all vlans , that should allow you to be
> able to create a trunk in VPLS, and allowing all vlans
I asked the people I know at Juniper the same question and they also
told me to use virtual-switch. But this only works with interface-type
trunk, and I need single units because 1 physical interface has
multiple VLANs which must be added to different VPLS instances or
other services on a per-unit basis.
## Warning: Only interface with 'interface-mode' is allowed in a virtual-switch
The other option was to use one VPLS instance per VLAN which seems to
be the only option available to us.
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