I'm struggling with this specific scenario for hub-and-spoke MVPN network I
It is just a regular hub-and-spoke unicast L3VPN with two links that needs
to have multicast now.
export 1:1 export 1:1
import 2:2 import 2:2
vrf spoke-to-hub R-only site / import 1:1
vrf hub-to-spoke S-only site / import 1:1 export 2:2
The issue is that, when spoke S2 advertises PMSI Attribute in Type 1 NLRI
in order to signal proper Tunnel ID for RSVP p2mp, the tunnel actually gets
built to hub vrf hub-to-spoke. When multicast is sent from S2 toward S1
over H, instead terminating on vrf spoke-to-hub (this is where Join was
received from), it terminated on other one (rpf check fails). In other
words, H puts wrong table-label associated with wrong MVPN vrf.
Why is H router answering with label associated with MVPN vrf which is
configured with sender-site option?
My understanding is that both vrfs on hub need to import inet-mvpn routes
sent from spokes - the receiver site because it needs to know Tunnel ID in
BGP message, and sender vrf because it needs to build I-PMSI itself.
Crazy thing is if I don't import routes into this sender vrf site, then H
correctly puts label associated with receiver hub site in RSVP Resv going
I will gladly post more info, maybe some of you guys with MVPN experience
already have some idea?
Let me know please
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