I run an MPLS backbone and try to find a way to implement Cisco GET VPN. For historical reasons, we have MPLS running on the CE devices at the customer site. That means the whole path from the customer site A, through our core till customer site B is MPLS enabled. On the CE devices BGP vpnv4 af is configured and peers with our rr's. So only CE devices have VRF's configured and not the PE's. Now I enabled GET VPN in our LAB environement on this CE devices. It works fine for all IP traffic. As soon as labels are involved, the packets are not encrypted. (I know that GET VPN ACL's only supports IP ACL and not MPLS ACL). The problem now is that with this setup I'm not able to encrypt MPLS L3VPN packets because these packets are all labeled. Is there a way to encrypt packets with GET VPN on the same device as the MPLS L3 magic happens? Of course I have the same problem with EoMPLS (CE devices are ISR1100 and core devices are ASR9K) CE config:
description MPLS WAN
crypto map CRYPTO-MAP
description Customer LAN
vrf forwarding VRF-A
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