Basic MPLS/VPN with Cisco IOS

Basic MPLS/VPN with Cisco IOS

Basic MPLS/VPN with Cisco IOS

This is a quick tutorial for basic MPLS/VPN with Cisco IOS configuration. The tutorial exemplifies basic PE to P to PE configuration on three Cisco 7200s running in GNS3 with IOS. R2 is configured as a route reflector P node and R4, R6 and R3 are PE node route reflector clients. The IGP is OSPF with R2 as the ABR. Loopback1 (Lo1) on R3  & R4 represent a customer VPN (CE) ethernet segment. The loopback 1 interfaces are pushed into the MPLS/VRF named “data” to simulate an Ethernet segment advertised into the VRF.

Basic MPLS/VPN and Multi-Protocol BGP Topology

FIgure 1. MPLS VPN Lab Topology

Cisco IOS MPLS VPN Configuration for 4 routers




R6#ping vrf data 6.6.6.6

Type escape sequence to abort.

Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 6.6.6.6, timeout is 2 seconds:

!!!!!

Success rate is 100 percent (5/5), round-trip min/avg/max = 52/60/80 ms

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Tetsumune KISO
1 year 2 months ago


Hi. I tried and enjoyed this page until ping is successful, thank you.
(misconfiguration on purpose?)

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prasad konda
1 year 7 months ago


Hi . i was tried with same config with gns .3 but i am not get the input could you share me the config

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Mehdi
3 years 1 month ago


Hi Brent, just wanted to say I really enjoy your blog. each post has something to learn. Well done.

3 years 1 month ago


Thanks Mehdi, nice of you to say that pal. Thanks!