26 May

E-OAM loopback on ASR9k

There are two things that we have to do to enable E-OAM: configure oam profile that will define way OAM will work and attach that profile to physical interface. OAM’s are not working on subinterfaces. In action section you define what action will router take when particular error occurs, in this example interface will be put in err-disable state.
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11 May

Creating EoMPLS on ASR9k

Process of defining E-Line connections, either local or as EoMPLS, consists of two steps – creation of EFP’s (Ethernet Flow Point) and defining xconnect between them. Each EFP represents one customer service demarcation point and can be in example physical subinterface or bundle. Connection between EFP’s can be either local, if both ESP’s are in the same chassis (same or different line cards) or EoMPLS link.
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