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XOT and MPLS-VPN

Hello all,

Can someone explaines me or send me some link about how and what routing table is used by XOT when the destination IP address belong to an VRF defined on a PE router.

X.25 traffic is coming into a PE router.

It's then encapsulated in IP by XOT.

Those IP packets should be send out from an interface that belong to a VRF.

Regards.

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Re: XOT and MPLS-VPN

The CLI does not show the vrf option for the 'x25 route' command. So I presume only the global routing table can be used to build the XOT connection.

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Re: XOT and MPLS-VPN

in my understanding:

if a ce-router enc x256 in ip and send this traffic to a pe-router´s interface (ip-adr) which belongs to a certain vrf - it should be noc problem as long the pe-router has the x25 interface which is connected to the x25 cloud.

it is not possible, if the ce-router enc the x25 in ip and send this to a ip adr. (xot-peer) which is on the pe-router´s global routingtable.

hope this helps

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Re: XOT and MPLS-VPN

Hello Kurt,

Thank you for this explaination.

But the customer told me he made some tests with the x25 interface of the PE-router belonging and not belonging the to same VRF as the CE router.

So maybe it's not possible without having this x25 interface in the VRF and he's having a bug when it belong to the VRF.

Anyway I'm told now that the customer choosed an another way for its X25 flow

Thank you for answering

Regards,

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