You have been very helpful on your suggestions,I tried L2TPv on laboratory and gain me a lot of info and its working. The problem now is the last router is not possible to do the tunnel since its facing another provider.
So im left with link out of the GSR (facing the provider).EoMPLS i guess is the same concept as with L2TPv3? pls enlighten me on these.Im still starting to learn MPLS.
yes EoMPLS is similar to L2TPv3 it provides a point-to-point L2 transport service.
The differences are the following:
LDP targeted sessions are used between endpoints instead of L2TPv3 messages
transported L2 frames are carried inside MPLS frames with a two labels stack: external label is the LSP towards loopback of other device
the more internal label exchanged on the targeted LDP session is the VC label and allows to identify the specific point-to-point service and the outgoing interface/subinterface and Vlan-id (if based on vlan subinterfaces EoMPLS allows for this level of granularity as L2TPv3 also does).
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