Lukas Tribus wrote:
> Don't use VPLS, but L3VPN's. Like Ivan says: "VPLS is not aspirin" .
yeah, seriously. L2 loops in VPLS networks are an endemic problem
because you normally end up bridging multiple separate layer 2 domains
together which run different bridging protocols. This is a recipe for
disaster and it is totally unsurprising to hear that the OP is running
into this sort of problem.
As a general rule, anything which starts off with a design requirement
for VPLS probably almost certainly needs ground-up rethinking.
still nursing the burn scars
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