I did some search in a C3750 ME when using port based EoMPLS you can enable mac address learning:
Starting with Cisco IOS Release 12.2(44)SE, when you configure port-based EoMPLS on a Layer 3 interface, you can enter the mac address-table learning interface interface-id global configuration command to enable MAC address learning on the port. This ensures that bidirectional traffic can occur at line rate. However, when MAC address learning is enabled, duplicate MAC addresses across VLANs are not supported. An example would be running HSRP groups across the port-based EoMPLS session.
I understand, but that would be great to at least have some way to see those mac-addresses. For example: while testing or to confirm that we do really see a specific mac at the end of the "pseudowire".
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decision. To do this we require the switch to do...
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