Hello Fabio, Yes, it's available in IOS-XR, Please refer the below section. EVPN Single-Active Multi-Homing The EVPN Single-Active Multi-Homing feature supports single-active redundancy mode. In single-active mode, the PE nodes locally connected to an Ethernet Segment load balance traffic to and from the Ethernet Segment based on EVPN service instance (EVI). Within an EVPN service instance, only one PE forwards traffic to and from the Ethernet Segment. Figure 10. EVPN: Single-Active Multi-Homing Here is a topology in which CE1 is multihomed to PE1 and PE2. PE1 and PE2 are connected to PE3 through MPLS core. CE3 is connected to PE3 through an Ethernet 'interface bundle. PE1 and PE2 advertise Type 4 routes, and then do designated forwarder (DF) election. The non-DF blocks the traffic in both the directions in single-active mode. Consider a traffic flow from CE1 to CE2. CE1 sends an address resolution protocol (ARP) broadcast request to both PE1 and PE2. If PE1 is the designated forwarder for the EVI, PE1 forwards the ARP request from CE1. PE2 drops the traffic from CE1. Thereafter, all the unicast traffic is sent through PE1. PE2 will be stand-by or blocked. Traffic is not sent over this path. PE1 advertises MAC to PE3. PE3 always sends and receives traffic through PE1. PE3 sends the traffic to CE2 over Ethernet interface bundle. IOS-XR EVPN 6.2.x Config Guide Let me know the exact requirement to understand the deployment.
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