I have a ASR 920 (ASR-920-12SZ-IM) currently on loan from the Amsterdam Demo Depot and I would need some help in configuring ethernet virtual connections. I have no experience in configuring these services.
I have attached a drawing to this case and this should explain the setup quite well - I hope.
How do I configure the ASR 920 to act as a "outer tag adding device" to the Colt network. The ASR 920 should add the appropriate outer tag going out from the Hub site to Colt and should remove the outer tag going to the Nexus C9504.
In essence I need to have a simple 802.1q trunk from the C9504 at the Hub to the C9300 at the Spoke sites.
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