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Unable to ping across VPLS Vlan

Hi,

 

I am new to VPLS, so forgive me if I have done something obviously wrong.

 

I am setting up a VPLS design in my lab using ASR920 routers. A physical topology with logical ldp neighbourships is depicted in the diagram below.

 

Logical.jpg

All OSPF neighbourships and LDP neighbourships shown above are up.

 

I have most of the things working already, but am facing an odd issue; I will focus on Vlan 150 (10.241.0.0/16), where I observed this problem.

 

I have a 2xRadios connected to Port Gi0/0/3 (trunk) on SW2.R1.S01.ASR920 with IPs 10.241.1.31/16 and 10.241.2.31/16.

I have PC-1 connected to Port Gi0/0/8 (Access) on SW1.R1.S01.ASR920 with IP 10.241.1.11/16

I have PC-2 connected to Port Gi0/0/6 (Access) on SW1.R3.S04.ASR920 with IP 10.241.3.99/16

 

As you can see, all three devices above are in the same /16 Vlan. Observations

 

1. The Radios can ping PC-1; PC-1 can ping the Radios

2. PC-2 can ping PC-1, PC-1 can ping PC-2

3. PC-2 cannot ping the Radios, the Radios cannot ping PC-2. There's no ARP on either devices.

 

I believe I have made a silly mistake somewhere in my config, would be glad if someone can help me out with this.

 

 

 

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flettster
Beginner

Hi Ronit,

 

Are you missing the neighbor for SW1.R3.S04 on SW2.R1.S01 under the vfi for bridge-domain 150?

 

l2 vfi WAC_TAP_mgmt manual
vpn id 150
bridge-domain 150
neighbor 1.1.1.1 encapsulation mpls
neighbor 1.1.2.1 encapsulation mpls
neighbor 1.1.2.2 encapsulation mpls
!

 

Cheers,

Flettster