Configuring the EVPL Service Taking UNI traffic on One VLAN and Pushing Two VLAN
  • 30 May 2024
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Configuring the EVPL Service Taking UNI traffic on One VLAN and Pushing Two VLAN

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This use case explains how you can configure an EVPL service taking UNI traffic on one VLAN and pushing two VLAN towards the NNI port and reverse path with a pop two VLAN.


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To configure an EVPL Service taking UNI traffic on one VLAN and pushing two VLAN towards the NNI port and reverse path with a pop two VLAN

  1. Follow configuration below in Your Product-1 for UNI to NNI scenario:
    Your Product-1
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# shutdown spanning-tree
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/1
Your Product(config-if)# no shutdown
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/2
Your Product(config-if)# no shutdown
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/3
Your Product(config-if)# no shutdown
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/1
Your Product(config-if)# bridge port-type customerEdgePort 
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/3
Your Product(config-if)# bridge port-type customerEdgePort 
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/2
Your Product(config-if)# bridge port-type providerNetworkPort three-tagged
Your Product(config-if)# switchport egress ether-type 0x88a8
Your Product(config-if)# switchport egress inner-ether-type 0x8100
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# no interface vlan 1
Your Product(config)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# vlan 100
Your Product(config-vlan)# ports xl-ethernet 0/1 xl-ethernet 0/2 untagged gigabitethernet 0/1
Your Product(config-vlan)# end
Your Product(config)# vlan 200
Your Product(config-vlan)# ports xl-ethernet 0/3 xl-ethernet 0/2 untagged gigabitethernet 0/3
Your Product(config-vlan)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/1
Your Product(config-if)# switchport customer-vlan 10 service-vlan 100
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/3
Your Product(config-if)# switchport customer-vlan 20 service-vlan 200
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/2
Your Product(config-if)# switchport three-tagged-pnp tunnel vlan 1000
Your Product(config-if)# switchport three-tagged-pnp tunnel ethertype 0x9100
Your Product(config-if)# switchport three-tagged-pnp tunnel priority 7
Your Product(config-if)# switchport three-tagged-pnp tunnel use-dei true
Your Product(config-if)# end

  1. Check EtherType status:
show three-tagged-pnp vlan config

Sample output:

Your Product# show three-tagged-pnp vlan config
Switch default

Port   Tunnel   Tunnel        Tunnel    Tunnnel
              VLAN   EtherType   Priority   CFI/DEI
---------------------------------------------
Gi0/2     1000    0x9100           7         1      
  1. Check the port configuration status:
show vlan port config port xl-ethernet 0/2

Sample Output:

Your Product# show vlan port config port xl-ethernet 0/2

Switch default

Vlan Port configuration table

-------------------------------

Port Gi0/2
Bridge Port Type                    : Three Tagged PNP Port
 Port Vlan ID                        : 1
 Port Acceptable Frame Type          : Admit All
 Port Mac Learning Status            : Enabled
 Port Ingress Filtering              : Disabled
 Port Mode                           : Hybrid
 Port Gvrp Status                    : Disabled
 Port Gmrp Status                    : Disabled
 Port Gvrp Failed Registrations      : 0
 Gvrp last pdu origin                : 00:00:00:00:00:00   
 Port Restricted Vlan Registration   : Disabled
 Port Restricted Group Registration  : Disabled
 Mac Based Support                   : Disabled
 Subnet Based Support                : Disabled
 Port-and-Protocol Based Support     : Enabled
 Default Priority                    : 0
 Filtering Utility Criteria          : Default
Port Protected Status               : Disabled
 Inner Tag Ingress EtherType         : 0x88a8
 Inner Tag Egress EtherType          : 0x8100
 Outer Tag Ingress EtherType         : 0x9100
 Outer Tag Egress EtherType          : 0x88a8
  Egress TPID Type                    : Portbased
 Allowable TPID 1                    : 0x0
 Allowable TPID 2                    : 0x0
 Allowable TPID 3                    : 0x0

Reflection Status                   : Disabled

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Your Product#
  1. Remove the UNI to NNI configuration and follow configuration for NNI to UNI.
Your Product#configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/1
Your Product(config-if)# no switchport customer-vlan 10 
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product#configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/3
Your Product(config-if)# no switchport customer-vlan 20 
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# vlan 100
Your Product(config-vlan)# no ports xl-ethernet 0/1 xl-ethernet 0/2 untagged gigabitethernet 0/1
Your Product(config-vlan)# end
Your Product(config)# vlan 200
Your Product(config-vlan)# no ports xl-ethernet 0/3 xl-ethernet 0/2 untagged gigabitethernet 0/3
Your Product(config-vlan)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/2
Your Product(config-if)# no switchport egress ether-type
Your Product(config-if)# no switchport egress inner-ether-type
Your Product(config-if)# end
  1. Configure configurations below for NNI to UNI.
Your Product#configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/2
Your Product(config-if)# bridge port-type providerNetworkPort three-tagged
Your Product(config-if)# switchport ingress ether-type 0x88a8
Your Product(config-if)# switchport ingress inner-ether-type 0x8100
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/1
Your Product(config-if)# bridge port-type customerEdgePort 
Your Product(config-if)# switchport egress ether-type 0x8100
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/3
Your Product(config-if)# bridge port-type customerEdgePort 
Your Product(config-if)# switchport egress ether-type 0x8100
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# vlan 100
Your Product(config-vlan)# ports xl-ethernet 0/1 xl-ethernet 0/2  untagged gigabitethernet 0/1
Your Product(config-vlan)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# vlan 200
Your Product(config-vlan)# ports xl-ethernet 0/3 xl-ethernet 0/2  untagged xl-ethernet 0/3
Your Product(config-vlan)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/1
Your Product(config-if)# switchport customer-vlan 10 service-vlan 100
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/3
Your Product(config-if)# switchport customer-vlan 20 service-vlan 200
Your Product(config-if)# end
Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# interface xl-ethernet 0/2
Your Product(config-if)# switchport three-tagged-pnp tunnel vlan 1000
Your Product(config-if)# switchport three-tagged-pnp tunnel ethertype 0x9100
Your Product(config-if)# switchport three-tagged-pnp tunnel priority 7
Your Product(config-if)# switchport three-tagged-pnp tunnel use-dei true
Your Product(config-if)# end
  1. Check EtherType status:
show three-tagged-pnp vlan config

Sample output:

Your Product# show three-tagged-pnp vlan config
Switch default

Port   Tunnel   Tunnel        Tunnel    Tunnnel
              VLAN   EtherType   Priority   CFI/DEI
---------------------------------------------
Gi0/2     1000    0x9100           7         1    
  1. Check the port configuration status:
show vlan port config port xl-ethernet 0/2

Sample Output:

Your Product# show vlan port config port xl-ethernet 0/2

Switch default

Vlan Port configuration table

-------------------------------
Port Gi0/2
 Bridge Port Type                    : Three Tagged PNP Port
 Port Vlan ID                        : 1
 Port Acceptable Frame Type          : Admit All
 Port Mac Learning Status            : Enabled
 Port Ingress Filtering              : Disabled
 Port Mode                           : Hybrid
 Port Gvrp Status                    : Disabled
 Port Gmrp Status                    : Disabled
 Port Gvrp Failed Registrations      : 0
 Gvrp last pdu origin                : 00:00:00:00:00:00   
 Port Restricted Vlan Registration   : Disabled
 Port Restricted Group Registration  : Disabled
 Mac Based Support                   : Disabled
 Subnet Based Support                : Disabled
 Port-and-Protocol Based Support     : Enabled
 Default Priority                    : 0
 Filtering Utility Criteria          : Default
Port Protected Status               : Disabled
 Inner Tag Ingress EtherType         : 0x8100
 Inner Tag Egress EtherType          : 0x8100
 Outer Tag Ingress EtherType         : 0x88a8
 Outer Tag Egress EtherType          : 0x88a8
  Egress TPID Type                    : Portbased
 Allowable TPID 1                    : 0x0
 Allowable TPID 2                    : 0x0
 Allowable TPID 3                    : 0x0
 
 Reflection Status                   : Disabled
 
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Your Product#

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