Re: Need help configuring Metro Ethernet (Customer Side)
Just like what you did in FR, you will have to configure your Main Site interface as Trunk and then make Dot1Q subinterfaces for vlans on the remote side.
For this please get a sheet from your provider which specifies which vlans has he used to transport a specific remote site to the main site.
For eg: lets say there is a remote site x which connection to your HQ. Then you should have some information like remote site x connects to HQ on vlan 100.
Then you dont have to configure anything on the remote site router as its a L3 FA interface. But on the HUB site you will have to configure your 7500 GiG interface as
no ip address
encapsulation dot1q 100
ip address 10.1.1.1 255.255.255.0
The corresponding IP has to be there are your remote site x with vlan 100 ie:
ip add 10.1.1.2 255.255.255.0
The vlan for the above remote site is assigned on the SP's point of interconnect.
If you have not purchased P2P connections between sites, and its a multipoint connection (VPLS) this is more like an SVC. Then you dont have to do anything but configure the same IP subnet on all the sites.
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