Cisco IOS XR Virtual Private Network Configuration Guide for the Cisco CRS Router, Release 4.3.x
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Table Of Contents

Numerics - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - I - L - M - P - Q - S - T - V - W - X -

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Numerics

6PE

BGP multipath LSC-168

conditions for use LSC-166

configuring LSC-170

deploying LSC-167

overview LSC-166

prerequisites LSC-166

service provider considerations LSC-166

supported protocols LSC-170

6VPE

configuration tasks LSC-301

configuring PE-CE LSC-305

configuring VRFs LSC-303

A

address space, PE routers LSC-56

advertising tunnels, VPN services LSC-55

aging, MAC address

configuring LSC-129

defining LSC-88

how to define LSC-88

AToM (any transport over MPLS)

IP Interworking LSC-28

static pseudowire LSC-117

using static labels LSC-117

attachment circuits

defining LSC-82

automatic route distinguisher, MPLS Layer 3 VPN LSC-217

autonomous system LSC-218

B

BGP

confederations LSC-219

BGP (border gateway protocol)

distributing routes LSC-229

messages and MPLS labels LSC-229

routing information LSC-228

SSA function LSC-55

BGP4 configuration LSC-166

BGP multipath

6PE LSC-168

load sharing LSC-57

bridge domain

associating members LSC-104

configuring parameters LSC-106

creating LSC-93

disabling LSC-107

overview LSC-87

split horizon LSC-87

C

CEF (Cisco Express Forwarding)

L2TPv3 prerequisite LSC-179

CEF (cisco express forwarding)

L2TPv3 prerequisite LSC-179

CE-PE eBGP, configuring route-policy definition LSC-63

CFI VRF interface, configuring LSC-67

configuration examples

MPLS L2VPN LSC-45

control-channels

configuring authentication parameters LSC-190

configuring L2TP maintenance parameters LSC-199

configuring method of authentication LSC-191

configuring timing parameters LSC-189

L2TP maintenance parameters, how to configure LSC-199

message authentication LSC-190

parameters, how to configure LSC-189

timing parameters, how to configure LSC-189

control message

hashing, L2TPv3 LSC-192

core network, how to configure LSC-68

CSC (Carrier Supporting Carrier)

configuration examples LSC-286

configuration options for backbone and customer carriers LSC-232

configuring a CSC-PE link LSC-280

configuring a static route to a peer LSC-286

customer carrier network options LSC-232

identifying topology LSC-279

CSC-CE link, how to configure LSC-283

CSC-PE link, how to configure LSC-280

customer edge router

6PE LSC-167

MPLS Layer 3 VPN LSC-214

customer edge router (CE)

MPLS Layer 3 VPN LSC-214

D

digest secret graceful switchover, L2TPv3 LSC-194

E

eBGP LSC-212

EoMPLS

Ethernet remote port shutdown LSC-21

EoMPLS (ethernet over MPLS)

ethernet port mode LSC-21

Ethernet remote port shutdown LSC-21

inter-as port mode LSC-22

overview LSC-20

QinAny mode LSC-24

QinQ mode LSC-23

ethernet port mode LSC-21

F

flooding

MAC address LSC-88

Flow Aware Transport Pseudowire LSC-27

introduction LSC-27

FVRF (front door virtual routing and forwarding) LSC-185

G

Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE over L3VPN) LSC-229

Generic Routing Encapsulation Overview (L2VPN) LSC-26

I

Inter-AS configurations

BGP LSC-219

interprovider VPN LSC-219

L2VPN quality of service LSC-35

supported LSC-219

Inter-AS mode LSC-22

interprovider VPN, MPLS VPN LSC-219

IPSec

L2TPv3 LSC-185

mapping LSC-185

over L2TPv3 LSC-185

scenarios LSC-185

securing tunnels LSC-185

IPv4 loopback interface, how to configure LSC-65

ISP requirements, MPLS L2VPN LSC-19

L

L2TPv3

benefits LSC-181

control message hashing LSC-190

dynamic

configuring pseudowires LSC-200

sessions LSC-182

IPSec LSC-185

MPLS LSC-181

multipoint tunnel network LSC-55

operation LSC-180

peer authentication LSC-182

prerequisites LSC-179

services LSC-180

static sessions LSC-182

xconnect support LSC-181

L2VPN, QoS restrictions LSC-35

L2VPN Nonstop Routing LSC-28

Configuring LSC-43

Example LSC-50

limit, MAC address

actions LSC-89

configuring LSC-127

M

MAC address

aging LSC-88

flooding LSC-88

forwarding LSC-88

limit actions LSC-89

related parameters LSC-87

source-based learning LSC-88

withdrawal LSC-89

MDRR/WRED LSC-56

modified deficit round robin LSC-56

MPLS L2VPN

configuration examples LSC-45

configuring LSC-29

configuring QoS in VLAN mode LSC-37

high availability LSC-25

interface or connection, how to configure LSC-29

ISP requirements LSC-19

Quality of service (QoS) LSC-24

MPLS Layer 3 VPN

automatic route distinguisher LSC-217

autonomous system LSC-218

components LSC-213

concepts LSC-213

customer edge router LSC-214

customer router LSC-214

defined LSC-213

defining LSC-213

distributed routing information LSC-215

FIB LSC-212

implementing LSC-213

major components LSC-217

MPLS forwarding LSC-216

PE router LSC-214

prerequisites LSC-212

provider router LSC-214

restrictions LSC-212

scalability LSC-214

security LSC-214

topology LSC-214

VPN routing information LSC-216

working LSC-215

MPLS VPN

Inter-AS ASBRs LSC-217

major components LSC-217

MPLS VPNs over IP tunnels

BGP SSA LSC-55

concepts LSC-54

feature overview LSC-53

multiple tunnel source address LSC-57

prerequisites LSC-54

QoS policy assignment LSC-56

quality of service LSC-56

restrictions LSC-54

task IDs LSC-54

tunnel types LSC-55

verifying LSC-72

VPN services LSC-55

MQC, quality of service LSC-56

P

packet validation

mechanism LSC-56

MPLS VPNs over IP tunnels LSC-56

PE-CE protocol

configuring LSC-305

PE router

address space LSC-56

MPLS Layer 3 VPN LSC-214

port mode, MPLS L2VPN LSC-36

pseudowire classes, how to configure L2TPv3 LSC-187

Pseudowire Headend LSC-91

configuration example LSC-160

configuring LSC-140

PW (pseudowire)

configuring a bridge domain LSC-95

configuring for L2TPv3 LSC-200

Q

QinAny mode LSC-24

QinQ mode LSC-23

QoS (quality of service)

assigning policies for MPLS VPNs LSC-56

configuring L2VPN LSC-36

configuring port modes LSC-36

MPLS L2VPN LSC-24

MPLS VPNs over IP tunnels LSC-56

MQC LSC-56

S

SAFI function LSC-55

securing L2TPv3 tunnels using IPSec LSC-185

service-ipsec interface LSC-185

service provider edge routers, 6PE LSC-167

service providers, 6PE LSC-166

SNMP, L2TPv3 prerequisite LSC-180

source LSC-57

source-based learning, how to configure MAC address LSC-122

source pool address LSC-57

static

configuring a router to a peer LSC-286

configuring L2TPv3 pseudowires LSC-202

configuring routes LSC-63

defining L2TPv3 sessions LSC-182

point-to-point xconnects LSC-31

T

tunnel attributes LSC-55

Tunnel EA LSC-58

Tunnel MA LSC-58

tunnel types

6PE LSC-167

MPLS VPNs over IP tunnels LSC-55

V

verifying IP connectivity, CSC

MPLS Layer 3 VPN LSC-280

MPLS VPN over IP tunnel LSC-72

VFI (virtual forwarding instance)

adding under bridge domain LSC-110

associating bridge domain member LSC-113

associating pseudowires LSC-111

attaching pseudowire classes to pseudowires LSC-115

configuring AToM pseudowires LSC-117

disabling LSC-119

VLAN

figure, mode packet flow LSC-22

mode LSC-22

VPLS (Virtual Private LAN Services)

overview LSC-81

VPLS (virtual private LAN services)

attachment circuits LSC-82

defining bridge domain LSC-87

Layer 2 VPN, architecture LSC-82

simulating virtual bridge LSC-82

VPN services

L2TPv3 LSC-55

MPLS LSC-55

VRF (virtual routing and forwarding)

configuring backbone carrier core LSC-280

configuring CSC-PE routers LSC-72

W

withdrawal, MAC address

defining LSC-89

fields LSC-125

how to define LSC-89

X

xconnects

support LSC-181