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  • MPLS Layer 2 VPNs Configuration Guide, Cisco IOS XE Release 3SFirst Published: November 08, 2011

    Last Modified: July 30, 2013

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  • C O N T E N T S

    C H A P T E R 1 L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs 1

    Finding Feature Information 1

    Information About L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs 1

    Overview of L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs 1

    Benefits of L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs 2

    L2VPN Protocol-Based CLI Changes 3

    MPLS L2VPN Protocol-Based CLI: Examples 7

    Additional References 10

    Feature Information for L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs 10

    C H A P T E R 2 Any Transport over MPLS 13

    Finding Feature Information 14

    Prerequisites for Any Transport over MPLS 14

    Restrictions for Any Transport over MPLS 14

    General Restrictions 17

    ATM AAL5 over MPLS Restrictions 17

    ATM Cell Relay over MPLS Restrictions 17

    Ethernet over MPLS (EoMPLS) Restrictions 17

    Per-Subinterface MTU for Ethernet over MPLS Restrictions 18

    Frame Relay over MPLS Restrictions 18

    HDLC over MPLS Restrictions 18

    PPP over MPLS Restrictions 19

    Tunnel Selection Restrictions 19

    Experimental Bits with AToM Restrictions 19

    Remote Ethernet Port Shutdown Restrictions 19

    Information About Any Transport over MPLS 20

    How AToM Transports Layer 2 Packets 20

    MPLS Layer 2 VPNs Configuration Guide, Cisco IOS XE Release 3S iii

  • How AToM Transports Layer 2 Packets using the commands associated with the L2VPN

    Protocol-Based CLIs feature 21

    Benefits of AToM 22

    MPLS Traffic Engineering Fast Reroute 22

    Maximum Transmission Unit Guidelines for Estimating Packet Size 22

    Estimating Packet Size Example 24

    Per-Subinterface MTU for Ethernet over MPLS 24

    Per-Subinterface MTU for Ethernet over MPLS using the commands associated with the

    L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 25

    Frame Relay over MPLS and DTE DCE and NNI Connections 25

    Local Management Interface and Frame Relay over MPLS 26

    How LMI Works 26

    QoS Features Supported with AToM 27

    OAM Cell Emulation for ATM AAL5 over MPLS 30

    OAM Cell Emulation for ATM AAL5 over MPLS in VC Class Configuration

    Mode 31

    Any Transport over MPLS (AToM) Remote Ethernet Port Shutdown 31

    Any Transport over MPLS (AToM) Remote Ethernet Port Shutdown using the commands

    associated with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 32

    AToM Load Balancing with Single PW 34

    Flow-Aware Transport (FAT) Load Balancing 34

    How to Configure Any Transport over MPLS 34

    Configuring the Pseudowire Class 34

    Configuring the Pseudowire Class using the commands associated with the L2VPN

    Protocol-Based CLIs feature 35

    Changing the Encapsulation Type and Removing a Pseudowire 37

    Changing the Encapsulation Type and Removing a Pseudowire using the commands

    associated with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 37

    Configuring ATM AAL5 over MPLS 37

    Configuring ATM AAL5 over MPLS on PVCs 37

    Configuring ATM AAL5 over MPLS on PVCs using the commands associated with

    the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 39

    Configuring ATM AAL5 over MPLS in VC Class Configuration Mode 42

    Configuring ATM AAL5 over MPLS in VC Class Configuration Mode using the

    commands associated with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 44

    MPLS Layer 2 VPNs Configuration Guide, Cisco IOS XE Release 3Siv

    Contents

  • Configuring OAM Cell Emulation for ATM AAL5 over MPLS 47

    Configuring OAM Cell Emulation for ATM AAL5 over MPLS on PVCs 47

    ConfiguringOAMCell Emulation forATMAAL5overMPLSonPVCs using the commands

    associated with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 49

    Configuring OAMCell Emulation for ATMAAL5 over MPLS in VC Class Configuration

    Mode 53

    Configuring OAMCell Emulation for ATMAAL5 over MPLS in VC Class Configuration

    Mode using the commands associated with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature

    55

    Configuring ATM Cell Relay over MPLS 58

    Configuring ATM Cell Relay over MPLS in VC Mode 58

    Configuring ATM Cell Relay over MPLS in VC Mode using the commands associated

    with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 60

    Configuring ATM Cell Relay over MPLS in VC Mode Using VC Class Configuration

    Mode 63

    Configuring ATM Cell Relay over MPLS in VC Mode Using VC Class Configuration

    Mode using the commands associated with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs

    feature 65

    Configuring ATM Cell Relay over MPLS in PVP Mode 68

    Configuring ATM Cell Relay over MPLS in PVP Mode using the commands associated

    with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 70

    Configuring Ethernet over MPLS 72

    Configuring Ethernet over MPLS in VLANMode to Connect Two VLAN Networks That

    Are in Different Locations. 72

    Configuring Ethernet over MPLS in VLANMode to Connect Two VLAN Networks That

    Are in Different Locations using the commands associated with the L2VPN

    Protocol-Based CLIs feature 74

    Configuring Ethernet over MPLS in Port Mode 76

    Configuring Ethernet over MPLS in Port Mode using the commands associated with the

    L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 78

    Configuring Ethernet over MPLS with VLAN ID Rewrite 80

    Configuring Ethernet over MPLS with VLAN ID Rewrite using the commands associated

    with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 83

    Configuring per-Subinterface MTU for Ethernet over MPLS 86

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    Contents

  • Configuring per-Subinterface MTU for Ethernet over MPLS using the commands

    associated with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 88

    Configuring Frame Relay over MPLS 91

    Configuring Frame Relay over MPLS with DLCI-to-DLCI Connections 91

    Configuring Frame Relay over MPLS with DLCI-to-DLCI Connections using the

    commands associated with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 93

    Configuring Frame Relay over MPLS with Port-to-Port Connections 96

    Configuring FrameRelay overMPLSwith Port-to-Port Connections using the commands

    associated with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 97

    Configuring HDLC or PPP over MPLS 99

    Configuring HDLC or PPP over MPLS using the commands associated with the L2VPN

    Protocol-Based CLIs feature 101

    Configuring Tunnel Selection 103

    Troubleshooting Tips 105

    Configuring Tunnel Selection using the commands associated with the L2VPN

    Protocol-Based CLIs feature 106

    Troubleshooting Tips using the commands associated with the L2VPN Protocol-Based

    CLIs feature 108

    Setting Experimental Bits with AToM 109

    Enabling the Control Word 111

    Enabling the ControlWord using the commands associated with the L2VPN Protocol-Based

    CLIs feature 112

    Configuring MPLS AToM Remote Ethernet Port Shutdown 113

    ConfiguringMPLSAToMRemote Ethernet Port Shutdown using the commands associated

    with the L2VPN Protocol-Based CLIs feature 115

    Confi

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