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VPLS Practice Guide

VPLS Practice Guide

VPLS Practice Guide

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Contents

Chapter 1 Martini VPLS Experiment Guide

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1.1 Networking and Service Description

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1.2 Configuration flow

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1.3 Configuration procedure

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1.4 Configuring commands

and Result Verification

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1.4.1

Configuring IGP, make the 3 routers in the backbone can communicate with each

other

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1.4.2

Configuring basic MPLS basic capability and LDP of the 3 routers on the backbone.6

1.4.3

Configuring remote LDP session on PEs and enabling MPLS L2VPN

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1.4.4

Configuring a VSI on each PE and configuring LDP signaling

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1.4.5

Binding the VSI with the interface connecting to CE on PE

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1.4.6

Configuration of CE

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1.4.7

Result Verification

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1.1 Networking and Service Description

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Loopback 0
Loopback 0
Loopback 0
Loopback 0
Loopback 0
Loopback 0
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G2/0/1
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R2-NE40E-A
R2-NE40E-A
R3-NE40E-B
R3-NE40E-B
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RR
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RR
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RR
G2/0/4
G2/0/4
G2/0/0
G2/0/0
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E8/0/0.1
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E8/0/0.1
E8/0/0.1
R6-NE20-C
R6-NE20-C
30.1.1.1 30.1.1.1
30.1.1.2
30.1.1.2
CE 1
CE 1
CE 2
CE 2
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Use 2 routers R2-NE40E-A and R3-NE40E-B as PE, they enable VPLS. CE1 connects to R2-NE40E-A and CE2 connects to R3-NE40E-B. CE1 and CE2 belong to the same VPLS. Use LDP as the VPLS signaling to setup PWrealize the connection between CE1 and CE2.

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1.2 Configuration flow

Configuring

IGP

of

Backbone

Configuring basic MPLS capability

and LDP of Backbone

Network

Setup remote LDP session between 2 PEs

Enabling MPLS L2VPN

Creating VSI and Specifying the PW signaling protocol as LDP

Binding the VSI with the interface

1.3 Configuration procedure

Configuring IGP, make the 3 routers in the backbone can communicate with each other. Configuring basic MPLS basic capability and LDP of the 3 routers on the backbone. Configuring remote session of LDP on the PEs Enabling MPLS L2VPN on PEs Configuring a VSI on each PE, configuring LDP signaling Binding the VSI with the interface connecting to CE on PE

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1.4 Configuring commands and Result Verification

1.4.1 Configuring IGP, make the 3 routers in the backbone can

communicate with each other

Please refer to 1.4.1

1.4.2 Configuring basic MPLS basic capability and LDP of the 3 routers on

the backbone.

Please refer to 1.4.2

1.4.3 Configuring remote LDP session on PEs and enabling MPLS L2VPN

1. Configuration of R2-NE40E-A

[R2-NE40E-A]mpls ldp remote-peer R3-NE40E-B

[R2-NE40E-A-mpls-ldp-remote-r3-ne40e-b]remote-ip 3.3.3.3

[R2-NE40E-A-mpls-ldp-remote-r3-ne40e-b]quit

[R2-NE40E-A]mpls l2vpn

2. Configuration of R3-NE40E-B

[R3-NE40E-B]mpls ldp remote-peer R2-NE40E-A

[R3-NE40E-B-mpls-ldp-remote-r2-ne40e-a]remote-ip 2.2.2.2

[R3-NE40E-B-mpls-ldp-remote-r2-ne40e-a]quit

[R3-NE40E-B]mpls l2vpn

1.4.4 Configuring a VSI on each PE and configuring LDP signaling

1. Configuration of R2-NE40E-A

[R2-NE40E-A]vsi bb static

[R2-NE40E-A-vsi-bb]pwsignal ldp

[R2-NE40E-A-vsi-bb-ldp]vsi-id 2

[R2-NE40E-A-vsi-bb-ldp]peer 3.3.3.3

[R2-NE40E-A-vsi-bb-ldp]quit

[R2-NE40E-A-vsi-bb]quit

2. Configuration of R3-NE40E-B

[R3-NE40E-B]vsi bb static

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[R3-NE40E-B-vsi-bb]pwsignal ldp

[R3-NE40E-B-vsi-bb-ldp]vsi-id 2

[R3-NE40E-B-vsi-bb-ldp]peer 2.2.2.2

[R3-NE40E-B-vsi-bb-ldp]quit

1.4.5 Binding the VSI with the interface connecting to CE on PE

1. Configuration of R2-NE40E-A

[R2-NE40E-A]interface Ethernet 8/0/0.1

[R2-NE40E-A-Ethernet8/0/0.1]vlan-type dot1q 10

[R2-NE40E-A-Ethernet8/0/0.1]l2 binding vsi bb

[R2-NE40E-A-Ethernet8/0/0.1]quit

2. Configuration of R3-NE40E-B

[R3-NE40E-B]interface Ethernet 8/0/0.1

[R3-NE40E-B-Ethernet8/0/0.1]vlan-type dot1q 10

[R3-NE40E-B-Ethernet8/0/0.1]l2 binding vsi bb

[R3-NE40E-B-Ethernet8/0/0.1]quit

1.4.6 Configuration of CE

Please refer to 1.4.6

1.4.7 Result Verification

1. After the above configuration, execute the display vsi bb verbose command on

R2-NE40E-A, and you can see that VSI named as bb establishes a PW to

R3-NE40E-B and the VSI state is up

[R2-NE40E-A]display vsi bb verbose

***VSI Name

: bb

VSI Index

PW Signaling

Member Discovery Style : static

: 0

: ldp

PW MAC Learn Style

: unqualify

Encapsulation Type

: vlan

MTU

: 1500

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VSI State

: up

VSI ID

: 2

*Peer Router ID : 3.3.3.3

VC Label

: 119808

Session

: up

Tunnel ID

: 0x81004bb9,

Interface Name

: Ethernet8/0/0.1

State

: up

*Peer Ip Address

: 3.3.3.3

PW State

: up

Local VC Label

: 119808

Remote VC Label

: 119808

PW Type

: label

Tunnel ID

: 0x81004bb9,

2. Check the VPLS connection information

[R2-NE40E-A]display vpls connection

1 total connections,

connections: 1 up, 0 down, 1 ldp, 0 bgp

VSI Name: bb

Signaling: ldp

 

VsiID EncapType

PeerAddr

InLabel

OutLabel VCState

2

vlan

3.3.3.3

119808

119808

up

3. You can ping through CE2 (30.1.1.2) on CE1 (30.1.1.1)

<CE1>ping 30.1.1.2

PING 30.1.1.2: 56 data bytes, press CTRL_C to break

Reply from 30.1.1.2: bytes=56 Sequence=1 ttl=254 time = 22 ms

Reply from 30.1.1.2: bytes=56 Sequence=2 ttl=254 time = 9 ms

Reply from 30.1.1.2: bytes=56 Sequence=3 ttl=254 time = 8 ms

Reply from 30.1.1.2: bytes=56 Sequence=4 ttl=254 time = 11 ms

Reply from 30.1.1.2: bytes=56 Sequence=5 ttl=254 time = 8 ms

--- 30.1.1.2 ping statistics ---

5

packet(s) transmitted

5

packet(s) received

0.00% packet loss

round-trip min/avg/max = 8/11/22 ms