VPLS (ATM-Ethernet) using only one circuit in the main ethernet site
We are needing to connect the following topology in our MPLS net:
The main site connects to the net through an Ethernet circuit and the remote sites are connected through ATM circuits. we need to use only one vlan in the main site. It is possible to connect this topoligy using only one vlan in the main site through VLPS? or pseudowires? which other solution can we use to solve this problem?
Re: VPLS (ATM-Ethernet) using only one circuit in the main ether
I understand your best option will be to run AToM/L2VPN internetworking and have a PVC from a remote locate to be "internetworked" to a sub-interfaces (representing a vlan) at the central site which have an Ethernet connection.
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