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Service IOA

Table 26: Service IOA

Protocol or Application

ES2–S1 SERVICE IOA

Accepts traffic destined for GRE tunnels or DVMRP (IP-in-IP) tunnels

No

APS/MSP

No

ATM

No

BERT

No

BFD

No

BGP

Yes

BGP/MPLS VPNs

Yes

Bridged Ethernet

No

Bridged IP

No

Cisco HDLC

No

DHCP external server

No

DHCP local server

No

DVMRP and GRE support—access side

No

DVMRP and GRE support—server side

Yes (over dedicated tunnel server ports)

Dynamic interfaces

No

F4 OAM and F5 OAM (ATM administration)

No

FDL (facilities data link)

No

Firewall

No

Frame Relay

No

ICMP unreachable messages for packets reaching null 0 interfaces with static routes

No

ICR

No

IEEE 802.3ad link aggregation

No

IEEE 802.3ah OAM link-fault management

No

IP

Yes

IP multicast

No

IP reassembly for tunneled packets

Yes

IPsec

No

IPv6

No

IPv6 multicast

No

IPv6 neighbor discovery

No

IS-IS

Yes

J-Flow Statistics

Yes

L2TP/IPsec

No

LAC support—access side

No

LAC support—peer side

No

LNS support—peer side

Yes

Local loopback

No

MDL (maintenance data link)

No

Mobile IP home agent

Yes

MPLS

Yes

Multiclass multilink PPP

Yes (with fragmentation and reassembly; dynamic only)

Multilink Frame Relay

No

Multilink PPP

Yes (with fragmentation and reassembly; dynamic only)

Network Address Translation (NAT)

No

NBMA (multipoint ATM)

No

OSPF

Yes

Packet Mirroring

No

Packet over SONET

No

PPP

No

PPPoE

No

Remote loopback

No

RIP

Yes

Stateful Line Module Switchover

Yes (with ES2 4G LMs only)

Subscriber interfaces (static)

Yes (over GRE tunnels only)

Subscriber interfaces (dynamic)

Yes (over GRE tunnels only)

Transparent bridging

No

Tunnel-server ports

Yes (dedicated only)

Unified ISSU

Yes

Unified ISSU for Tunnel-server ports

Yes (dedicated only)

VPLS (network interfaces)

No

VPLS (virtual core interfaces)

Yes

VRRP

No

Modified: 2015-07-23