Hello there guys, and thanks for your support in advance. I'm relatively new at virl and noticed that every time i get a sub interface configured (have core facing sub interface interface and CE facing sub interface as i'm using a virtual switch for physical topology), and i want to run lets say ISIS for the core facing sub interface (which works perfectly fine along with mpls ldp) and ospf as PE to CE protocol on the second sub interface out of the same physical port and ospf never comes up. configuration its pretty basic and it is the same as i have t working (out the physical port) with no issues, and adjacency comes up great.
Are there any support issues for cases like this that you know of? should i always use different interfaces to run both protocols, one for each (which would mean i have to modify the entire topology)?
Would you like to know how TRex helps in supporting BGP/OSPF/RIP/ISIS on both ipv4/v6, and how network emulation or routing emulation is possible, is all here in the nerdlunch video.
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