I have a basic EoMPLS scenario working just fine ... the topology I have is as follows:
When I configured the connection between the UPE and the CPE as an access port and I connect a traffic generator behind the CPE and start to push some traffic everything works fine... BUT when I configured the connection between the CPE and the UPE as a dot1q trunk and make the same test, it works for some minutes and then I lose connectivity between the CPE for 10 seconds (there is always a 10 sec failure).
I need the connection to be a dot1q trunk because the same port is going to deliver two VC to two different remote locations, and the CPE only has two FE ports.
For me it sounds like a buffer issue because it always has the same "no connectivity" time (about 10 seconds) and then it always works again without any action.
Does anybody know how is managed the buffers on a interface using dot1q? are they divided through all the subinterfaces?
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