There are a few ways to leak routes in and out of virtual routers in Junos. On the list is a cool feature called the logical tunnel interface.
One of the big things that I’m dealing with lately is VRFs. I’ve implemented some VRF-lite stuff, but I’ve never had any practical experience with the full force of them. I’m definitely learning here. Since the blog here is really about my sharing what I’ve learned, let’s go through something that came up recently – terminating VPNs on one VRF while passing traffic to another.
My ISP is not ready for IPv6. They’ve ignored my emails asking about their deployment strategy, so I gave up and looked at turning up an IPv6 tunnel with a broker.
Iâ€™m still studying for the ONT test, so I did some labs tonight. One of them was to demonstrate the qos pre-classify command for tunnel interfaces. When you have a packet sent over a GRE tunnel, the ToS field gets…
Here are some more ONT notes. We study pre-classifying and end-to-end QoS this time.