To prevent traffic loops in VXLAN networks, native packets ingressing the peer-link cannot be sent to an uplink. However, if the peer switch is the encapper, the copied packet traverses the peer-link and is sent to the uplink.
This is completely unclear for me.
Can anyone explain this situation or just check it on real hardware?
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