I am investigating available strategies/methods two different ISPs can employ to peer their Layer 3 mpls vpns in order to provider a customers an end-to-end connection between its two sites, where site 1 is connected to ISP 1 and site 2 is connected to ISP 2. With emphasis on how the class of service would be handled across both ISP's network for guaranteed service level
THere are different solutions available for Inter-AS MPLS VPN. When the ISPs belong to different administration, it is common to see the use of "Inter-AS Option B" to provide VPN service to a customer with sites connected to different providers.
Below is the sample configuration for IOS-XE (and IOS):
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