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MPLS Layer 3 VPN

Acknowledgement Without MR.Keith Barker’s 21 minutes video instruction, constructing MPLS VPN lab will take a longer time. His 21 minutes video instruction summarizes all. MR. Keith Barker has amazing skills to translate complicated concepts into simpler and easier to understand … Continue reading

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MPLS VPN building blocks 1. Virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) – This creates logical routing instance, each virtual instance is separated such that virtual instances to instances are not reachable. 2. MP-BGP – BGP is extended to distribute MPLS VPN … Continue reading

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VRF-Lite: Experiment with real gear

Continue from my previous blog post about VRF-lite. This time I am trying with real gear to test out. No route in actual routing table RXC#sh ip route Codes: C – connected, S – static, R – RIP, M – … Continue reading

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VRF-Lite: Applying VRF-lite to segregate different traffic for different destination

This configuration is done only on router (RXC). The objective is to segregate the traffic between two vlans, for vlan 10 the traffic will go towards Production internet and vlan 20 will go towards Guest internet. Virtual routing and forwarding … Continue reading

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