I've got a project I'm trying to use an l2tpv3 tunnel for. The tunnel seems to establish just fine, but it doesn't seem to do quite what I expected it to do. I'm trying to access vlans on a remote site that's connected via ATM. The remote side is connected by a 3640 router, plus a 8510 switch. On the local side, I've got another 3640, plus a 3500 switch.
As a possible clue, doing a 'show vlans' shows many packets output, but only a few input on the local side. On the remote side, the counts are zero in and out.
Here is a piece of the config on both sides. There is a vlan 77 on the network connected to f0/0 on the remote side that I'd like to be able to assign to the network connected to f0/0 on the local side.
first of all I would suggest you to move the L3 config to a subinterface instead of using the main physical interface at the remote site, just to be sure on the remote-site that different 802.1Q tags are used for frames of the vlan 77 and for frames of the routed vlan used as endpoint of the l2tvp3 trunk.
Have you got a trunk link to a switch port on the remote site ?
What is the native vlan on that trunk ?
If the native vlan is 77 on the switch side or the switch port is in access mode, you cannot see frames on vlan 77 on the router.
I would suggest to use loopback addresses as endpoints of the tunnel.
If the tunnel comes up but no traffic is flowing you may face a forwarding problem so leave the main interface not configured
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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