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Occasional Contributor
Posts: 8
Registered: ‎03-28-2013

MPLS-TE and LAG

Is anyone successfully running dynamic MPLS-TE tunnels over VE interfaces that are associated with a LAG?

Super Contributor
Posts: 1,087
Registered: ‎12-13-2009

Re: MPLS-TE and LAG

Hi Mike,

     This is all I can find for you.

Configuration Considerations for enabling MPLS on a LAG interface

When MPLS is globally enabled on the device, a port that is configured in a LAG can be enabled as an MPLS interface port to create an MPLS LAG. You can do this through either of the following

approaches:

  • Include a primary LAG port that has already been MPLS -enabled in a new LAG.
  • MPLS-enable a primary LAG port of a previously configured LAG.

You must consider the following points when configuring MPLS on a LAG

  • MPLS configuration on dynamic lag interfaces are supported.
  • Switch and LACP LAGs are not supported.
  • MPLS is enabled on the primary port of the LAG and this enables MPLS on the entire LAG. Secondary ports of the LAG cannot be individually configured for MPLS.


Thanks

Michael.

New Contributor
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎10-16-2011

Re: MPLS-TE and LAG

Yes, and it works fine.

Using 5.2 code with CER as LER and 2x10G LAG to MLX as LSR. Running MPLS in ve interface on both devices.

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