VPDN and VPM

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Gary, Feb 22, 2005.

  1. Gary

    Gary Guest

    I need a peer to be able to see one of our internal routers through a border
    router where a VLAN exists to them already. This VLAN works fine. They see
    us and we see them. The problem starts when I try to tag the traffic through
    to our internal router.

    We have a direct ethernet connection from this peer terminating in vlan 500
    on our border router (A). The service being provided needs to actually
    terminate a VPDN on an internal router (B) but I cannot seem to get
    connections to the internal router to work from this peer.

    Router A uses a /28 to link with the peer, and border router A sees the peer
    router fine and they see router A fine. Now how do I map this VLAN across to
    our internal router B.

    If I add a VLAN sub interface on the internal facing FE of border router A I
    get a message says IP range overlaps so that will now work.

    Gary
    Gary, Feb 22, 2005
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