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csc010627097
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Bundling Metro Ethernet subinterfaces

HI everyone, I would like to know if any of you know if this is possible to bundle some metroehternet subinterface in the same group. In others words, something similar to a MUltilink interface with FR or ATM.

Example I have the config as follow:

interface GIgaEthernet 1/0/1.5

bandwidth 20000

encapsulation dot1Q 5

ip address1.1.1.1 255.255.255.252

!

interfaceGIgaEthernet 1/0/1.7

bandwidth 10000

encapsulation dot1Q 815

ip address 2.2.2.1 255.255.255.252

Both subinterface link location A and location B.

It is possible to configure an interface to bundle both of them as one logical interface? Just like a Multilink interface

  on FR?

Thanks

Regards

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Cassio Luis Reis Gomes
Cisco Employee

What router do you have? I think you can using EVC configuration model.

Or if those physical interfaces are dedicated to this customer, you can use a bundle and also you can enable one Vlan in the Bundle.

Give us mode details about the scenario.

Cassio

Sent from Cisco Technical Support iPhone App

Hi I have a similar issue,

Actually I' m trying to connect two routers located on differents offices using ME.

The Service provider told me that I just need it to configure sub-interfaces with the vlan that he gave me and it would work.

I did it but isn`t working, if u need the config to check it, just ask.

Fernando Ramos Bautista
Cisco Employee

Hi Leonardo,

You can use Etherchannel to bundle some GigaEthernet interfaces and then create some subinterfaces into the portchannel (logical interface). Also the other end needs to be agree to add some interfaces to create the bundle.

Regards.

Fernando Ramos