Hairpin EoMPLS on the same interface on the same router
I have an service provider client who has a layer 2 lan extension service provided by the local telco. The telco provides a single physical access to the service provider, and each of the service provider's clients are terminated on the access as a VLAN.
My client wants to provide an EoMPLS links for a client who has two VLANs coming in on this access. My question is if it's possible to hairpin traffic like that on the same interface on the same router?
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