I have a big trouble. I have four routers using full mesh to establish VPLS and each other (CSR_1 - CSR_4). I observe that every VC has Split-horizon enabled, but when my PC1 pings the ISP, it will cause a broadcast storm across the network. May I ask Why is this happening?
CSR_1 l2vpn vfi context PE vpn id 100 member 18.104.22.168 13 encapsulation mpls member 22.214.171.124 12 encapsulation mpls member 126.96.36.199 14 encapsulation mpls
bridge-domain 100 member GigabitEthernet1 service-instance 100 member GigabitEthernet2 service-instance 100 member GigabitEthernet4 service-instance 100 member vfi PE
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