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Example: Configuring a Remote LSP CCC over Aggregated Ethernet

 

See the topology in Figure 1. In this topology, CE Router G has an aggregated Ethernet connection to PE Router F. CE Router D has an aggregated Ethernet connection to PE Router E. Router E and Router F have an MPLS LSP between them. With remote CCC, you specify that the circuit from Router D is connected to the circuit from Router G. The circuit from Router D is connected to the LSP on Router E; the circuit from Router G is connected to the LSP on Router F. In other words, ae0.0 and ae1.0 are connected using lsp1-2 and lsp2-1. You configure Router D and Router G as standard aggregated Ethernet interfaces. For more information about aggregated Ethernet, see Aggregated Ethernet Interfaces Overview.

Figure 1: Remote Interface-LSP-Interface Circuit Cross-Connect over Aggregated Ethernet Interfaces
Remote Interface-LSP-Interface Circuit
Cross-Connect over Aggregated Ethernet Interfaces

On Router D

On Router E

On Router F

On Router G