I have a Branch Router that I'm trying to build two tunnels to our HUB site that has MPLS and INET connections. My question is on the Branch Router, would I need to create two WAN subinterfaces for each tunnel and if so is dot1q required since it is a public interface?
If we knew more about your environment and your requirements we would be able to provide better answers. Based on the very little information we have I offer this response. You talk about building two tunnels for your branch router. In general two tunnels should be able to be based on a single physical interface. So probably no need for sub interfaces or for dot1q. What kind of tunnels are these? What do they connect to?
EEM script to capture packets at SPP every 15 mins and other logs every minute.
Following o/ps are captured every minute:
show drops all location all
sh controllers np counters all location 0/0/cpu0
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