I have a 7206 VXR router between a several Mikrotik routers on our backbone. We have the Mikrotiks on both sides of the CIsco 7206VXR setup for MPLS/VPLS. I need to simply setup the 7206 to pass the MPLS/VPLS tagged packets to the next router on the link. We are using OSPF as the routing protocol. I am told by our Mikrotik guy that I just need to enable LDP and VPLS tunnels 4:0 on the 2 gig interfaces on the 7206VXR to let it pass the MPLS/VPLS traffic. It sounds simple but I'm not sure how to do this.
Any commands I need to imput to allow this router to pass this MPLS/VPLS traffic.
I'm working for KOREA TELECOM, and currently providing MPLS VPN.We're planning to provide our customer with traffic report using NetFlow..
I read some documents which reads Netflow ver.9 can be enabled on Cisco GSR 12000 Series, but no mention about catalyst switches. Netflow ver 9 can be activated on catalyst 6500 series.. because the point where switch is located already have mpls encapsulated packet ( mpls vpn packet).
I am using a Thrid party NetFlow tool, Enabled NetFlow on the Cisco 6500 as per recommendations and getting only half amout of traffic passing thorugh the interfaces. I have verified with 3 different NetFlow based tools, everything showing the same value. Is there any bug in my Cisco 6500.
I have three ASA5505, two firewalls connected to central VPN hub. the central inside network is 192.168.0.0/24,Network A is 192.168.1.0/24,Network B is 192.168.2.0/24,In one of this site (central), I have server with NetFlow collector.,I will collect the traffic information from all ASA at the my one serverCan I configure source IP address (or source interface - inside) for NetFlow packet, originate from ASA? (for example from site A)If it is not possible I think, I can rewrite my access lists and permit udp traffic from outside interface to server IP like this:access-list VPNACL permit udp host <Outside IP site A> host <Inside IP the Server> eq 9996,But I do not understand, what port I must be use in access list on Central site ASA. ,access-list VPNACL_A permit udp host <Inside IP the Server> host <Outside IP site A> eq 9996 ? or, in this place, must be source port in the udp netflow packet?
I have a problem with the 6500 not exporting netflow data. They are not exported due to no fib.I have read somewhere that this has something to do with VRF. VRF are running on the router.ip flow ingress has been applied to desired ip int.Is there anything I could do to make it export netflow data?
VSS-core-XXX-rs1#sh ip flow export Flow export v5 is enabled for main cache Export source and destination details : VRF ID : Default Source(1) xxx.xxx.83.253 (Unknown)
Is it possible to have one netflow export profile (may not be the right word...) to send all the flow information to one collector and another profile to only send traffic to and from centain IP addresses to another collector? If it is possible on the hardware and software, any quick sample config?
#sh ver Cisco IOS Software, s72033_rp Software (s72033_rp-ADVIPSERVICESK9_WAN-M), Version 12.2(33)SXH4,
#sho module 7 Mod Ports Card Type Model Serial No. --- ----- -------------------------------------- ------------------ ----------- 7 2 Supervisor Engine 720 (Active) WS-SUP720-3B SAL1115LJBR
Mod MAC addresses Hw Fw Sw Status --- ---------------------------------- ------ ------------ ------------ ------- 7 0017.9444.9814 to 0017.9444.9817 5.3 8.4(2) 12.2(33)SXH4 Ok
Mod Sub-Module Model Serial Hw Status ---- --------------------------- ------------------ ----------- ------- ------- 7 Policy Feature Card 3 WS-F6K-PFC3B SAL1115L2NH 2.3 Ok 7 MSFC3 Daughterboard WS-SUP720 SAL1115LH7W 2.6 Ok
Mod Online Diag Status ---- ------------------- 7 Pass
Am having 2621 router, going to upgrade to gh speed wan interface card(HWIC-4ESW). whether it can able to handle routing as like a normal serial and ethernet interface? Shall i establish a new MPLS or Leased line connectivity in that interface(HWIC-4ESW) ?
Just like to ask first your inputs about the MTUs needed on our proposed setup. We currently have a large internal network composed of several metro ethernet links. We have different carriers and we all know that they do not always provide L1 connectivity. They sometimes do Q-in-Q or EoMPLS or other technologies that would hide their internal network and appear as a point-to-point ME circuit to customers.
We are planning to create our own MPLS network for our clients so we don't have to leak their networks inside ours and we are trying to avoid the overhead of GRE/IPSEC since we'll be adding a lot of client networks and the overhead is not reasonable. So we just thought of MPLS-VPN to at least reduce the overhead and we don't have to purchase a lot of network devices.
With that said, what is the safest thing to ask the carriers and what settings should i put in our network devices. I am still confused with the differences of MTU, IP MTU, and MPLS MTU.
We also have one circuit running 802.1q instead of using routed-port on the switch. Is 802.1q supported in LDP?
Our internal network is comprised of 6500 switches with Sup720 and Gigabit linecards and we are planning to use 3900 routers as PEs. We all hooked up our ME circuits across the 6500 switches.
What is the purpose VPN label?As we know, in the MPLS VPN, the following mechanisms:RD - used to distinguish between overlapping routesRT - used to determine the VRF in which to send the route.But why need a VPN label?
I currently have a 150 nodes MPLS network. My management is anxious to join some sites with 3G routers as their centres move around a lot.My current MPLS site as 4 x Ps with lots of PEs linking to the 150 x CEs. Is there a way to easily link up my 3G routers to my MPLS network? I have heard DMVPN may be a solution, but not sure how to implement.
I've got a 6509-E in the lab at the moment for some pre-deployment testing, however I don't seem to be able to enable MPLS on a select interface.
router#conf t router(config)# interface gi1/48 router(config-if)#mpls ip router(config)#
As you can see after I enter the "MPLS IP" command it simply backs out of interface level configuration back to global exec, and naturally the MPLS command doesn't show in configuration for that interface.
I'm running a SUP720-3BXL with WS-X6748-GE-TX line cards with the DFC upgrade (WS-F6700-3BXL).
The IOS is: s72033-adventerprisek9_wan-mz.122-33.SXI2a.bin
I have done a bunch of research in trying to re-use an old card/router for testing our new MPLS link. I have a 45m DS3 and was wondering if the PA-MC-T3= card will work UN-channelized. I have tried the "no channelized" command under the controller to no avail. I believe that the card only works for channelized T1's.
This one is kicking my butt.I have an MPLS network with three stes.Site1 is where all my servers reside.Site2 and Site3 just have a few PC's.From Site2 and Site3 I cannot access the server at Site1 via http://IPADRESS.Of.Server.I am able to ping just fine.I thought it may be a router issue but... there is is a single PC at Site2 that can access it with out any issues.All the IP settings (Default GW, DNS, etc...) match the other PCs.The windows firewall is turned off on all PC's. AVG is disabled on the PCs.
I have few inter-AS and Hub & Spoke MPLS L3VPNs up and running but, all of them uses plain IPv4 on the PE-to-CE connecting interfaces for switching the L3VPN customer traffic. While, this is ok to route traffic between customer sites over a ISP backbone using the VRF and MP-BGP/LDP configurations which does the MPLS forwarding in the ISP backbone, i would like to know, how to enable MPLS forwarding on the PE-CE links as well to make it MPLS right from CE1 - PE1 - P - PE2 - CE2 all the way for the VPN traffic.
This way, even the last mile access to CE devices will be an MPLS link over a Ethernet PHY so that, the traffic originating from CE1 to CE 2 will be carried on a MPLS tagged Ethernet frame instead of IPoEthernet frame.
In HQ , we have cisco ASA 5520 . there is a data line which supplied by ISP for MPLS-VPN service with branch office. branch offices also have a data line which r supplied by ISP. And now, I want the branch office to access resource from HQ without site to site vpn configuration( because we don't have ASA or any device to configure L2L VPN) . so, I need to configure the hq firewall to allow the branch office accessing the resource at hq without any restriction.
I have a Motorola 2-Way system I am trying to connect via T1 using CEM/ SaTOP over MPLS, I am using the Cisco MWR 2941 routers. I had them directly connected with a /30 bit network in the office with a T-Berd plugged in both 0/0 T1 controllers and this config was working, reconfigured them with their LAN IP's and put them on location and now the CEM0/0 interface comes up on both, but the T1 controller comes up and then goes right back down (10 SES) - they can ping each other on loopback and lan interfaces.
We have Cisco 1921 routers that a provider is using for MPLS. They have it configured so that all internet trafic is passed to an internal ip address that is our proxy server. However, they are pushing all of the routing rules down to the workstation which is causing the local route tables to grow to be massive in a very short time.For example, the second I ping a website, the ip address is resolved and then the route is added for the source ip address with the default gateway of the proxy server.I would have thought that all the rules would have been handled by the router and let it keep the table entries.
I've been working with a company in the UK to get a PTP connection setup between Minneapolis, MN and Chicago, IL. At each site with have a ASR1002. The connection is made via a fiber connection from Level 3. Level 3 is just handling layer 2 and we are to take care of everything else. As of right now they can see the mac address of the Minneapolis port in the Chicago router. But, I can't see theirs. Nor can I ping the Chicago router. The config that was give to me by the higher engineers is simple enough.
I have v4 mpls working fine but v6 refuses to work correctly.Looking at the ipv6 routing table for the VRF we can see prefix's coming from the remote PE's BGP is up in vpnv6 and ipv6 unicast.Everything seems fine but I just cant seem to ping between the sites.as mentioned, ipv4 works fine for the same vrf.
i have 2 routers 2811 interconnected together ,1 of these router running in circuit with 2 Mbps over Internet the 2nd one use MPLS Circuit with a bandwidth of 4Mbps,how configure the routing to route over the MPLS while IPSec act as standby