I am trying to set up circuit emulation over IP using NM-CEM-4SER on two 3845 routers. The routers are at two locations connected by a Leased Ethernet 100 (LES100) circuit. The LES100 works fine; i can telnet to either router from the remote location. However, my CEM summary shows CSTATE=UP; LSTATE=UP; OSTATE=ACTIVE at one end, while at the other end it shows CSTATE=DOWN; LSTATE=UP; OSTATE=ACTIVE at the other end. I have attached the CEM summary and my config at both ends.
PS: Below attempting this across the LES100, i did a bench test, using two 3750 switches to create a Q in Q tunnel (to simulate a LES100 circuit) and hooked up my routers. Everything worked fine then.
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