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How to to configure L2vpn pseudowire LSP from converging in a mixed signaling LDP and RSVP-TE implementation

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TitleHow to to configure L2vpn pseudowire LSP from converging in a mixed signaling LDP and RSVP-TE implementation
Objective
MPLS/LDP Topology
Customer would like to remove the capability of path convergence in a mixed MPLS signaling environment running LDP and RSVP-TE for label switched paths.  The ultimate goal here is to configure an RSVP-TE LSP that a pseudowire will reside on.  When Link1 in above topology goes down the customer does Not want the pseudowire to tunnel traffic for link 2 if there is an LSP created by LDP.
Environment
Summit X670V-48x
ECOS 15.3.3.5-patch1-6
Procedure
The configuration will need to contain a defined LSP for the VPLS service so it only uses the specified LSP for that specific vpls service

The RSVP-TE path would take K2U13 >> K2U14 >> K1U14 >> K1U13

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1) Add vlans to MPLS
2) Enable MPLS on the vlans
3) Enable signaling protocol LDP and RSVP-TE on the vlans
4) Create mpls rsvp-te path 
5) Confiugre mpls path and add ero 
6) Add the following commands to K1U14 and K2U14
 
  "configure l2vpn vpls customer1 peer 10.0.0.3 add mpls lsp customer1
    "
configure l2vpn vpls "customer1" peer 10.0.0.4 add mpls lsp "customer2" 

 

These switches being the termination point for the VPLS PW.


 
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