[j-nsp] Communities on l2vpn instances

Luis Balbinot luis at luisbalbinot.com
Tue Sep 27 09:21:49 EDT 2016

Thanks Krasi, that's how we do it, but this relies on specific target
extended communities to sort out which LSPs are installed for each
l2vpn instance. We want to use another common community to group
instances and avoid having giant match clauses.


On Tue, Sep 27, 2016 at 9:16 AM, Krasimir Avramski <krasi at smartcom.bg> wrote:
> Hi,
> You can follow the vpls example (l2vpn/l3vpn/l2circuit traffic mapping is
> the same):
> http://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos15.1/topics/usage-guidelines/vpns-mapping-vpls-traffic-to-specific-lsps.html
> install-nexthop <strict> lsp lsp-name: Use the "strict" option to enable
> strict mode, which checks to see if any of the LSP next hops specified in
> the policy are up. If none of the specified LSP next hops are up, the policy
> installs the discard next hop.
> Best Regards,
> Krasi
> On 26 September 2016 at 16:43, Luis Balbinot <luis at luisbalbinot.com> wrote:
>> Hi.
>> It's possible to set communities at the "protocol l2vpn" level in a
>> l2vpn routing-instance at three different places:
>> set interface xxx community yyy
>> set site xxx community yyy
>> set site xxx interface yyy community zzz
>> But these don't seem to change anything. Documentation on these
>> commands is pretty much inexistent. Does anyone know how/if they work?
>> My idea is to set communities to aggregate l2vpn instances and control
>> which groups take different LSPs. All communities set from a VRF
>> export policy are only sent on the BGP sessions and are not installed
>> at the local l2vpn tables. Is there a way to set multiple communities
>> locally on a l2vpn routing-instance?
>> Luis
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