Posted on 2010-08-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-10

We're having several office locations for our company, and would like to make some sort of transparent LANs on all these locations, so as if location X has, location Y would have the same subnet etc.

We're using MPLS to uplink all our locations at this point, so I was looking for some possibilities doing these over MPLS tunnels. I quickly found out about VPLS, and it seems to be doing exactly what I need it todo.

At this point, Im looking for products to do this with. I need some gateways/routers to hook up with our MPLS routers and have the gateway/routers do vpls over the mpls tunnels.

Any suggestions?
Question by:farodane
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SylvainDrapeau earned 500 total points
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Hello !

Cisco 7600 does that. See this document from Cisco :

The part you're interrested in starts in chapter 4.


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Allright, it was ok.

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