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L2TPv3 Multipoint with layer 3 Address routing

Hi

i have a Level 3 backbone with One cisco 3745 and a lot of 1721 actually connected by a MPLS VPN.

I want add a Layer 2 transport point to multipoint. Anyone know if it's possible and what is the best choice in configuration without lose IP Address on cisco 1721 for internet access ?

Thanks

See my PDF

Visio-expert-layer2.pdf
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jpc42
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lrmooreCommented:
L2 transport is typically done within the carrier's mpls cloud. This is how they separate your traffic from other customers.
What exactly are  you wanting to do?
Reference:http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6603/products_white_paper09186a00801ed506.shtml
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harbor235Commented:

Right, I agree with lrmoore. Ask your MPLS provider for Layer 2 connectivity between the desired endpoints. This typically configured on the providers PE using L2TPV3 or AToM.


harbor235 ;}
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jpc42Author Commented:
Hi

thanks for your answer, i think's that i get a solution: add on the site a second Fe card for level 3 ;=)

now i want change my request ..

on this network plan, if i delete Level 3, what is the process for create the L2TPv3 Point to Multipoint ?

thanks
jerome
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lrmooreCommented:
You can't just delete Level 3 because you need a carrier.
If you read the whitepaper in the link above you will see the references to Provider edge equipment. That's L3. You can't do it alone.
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