I configured an RSVP-TE LSP between PE1 and PE2 and a pseudowire on top of it. The pseudowire comes up and traffic between both ACs seems to properly work, even though I have some pending tests to run, yet. The strange thing is that when I run VCCV with “ping mpls pseudowire” (it happens both with ipv4 and router-alert options), ping works from PE1 to PE2, but always fails from PE2 to PE1. May you suggest a reason for this behavior or what you would try to do? I already tried to unconfigure and reconfigure and to change the servicice to a point to point VPLS, but nothing changed.
Thank you very much, Adam, and sorry for my late response.
Finally we found that it was a bug: CSCth41901. It only affects VCCV. As soon as I mentioned the problem to my local Cisco contact he told me to take a look at it. I suppose it's not the first time that he found this problem.
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iPXE boot in ASR9K
This document applies to NCS5500 and ASR9000 routers and has been verified as such.
traditional ECMP or equal cost multipath loadbalances traffic over a number of available paths towards a destination. When one path fails, the traffic gets r...