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Hi good people of the Cisco network.
I'm after some ideas on how best way forward to configure the attached diagram. We have several customer tenancies which need to be kept separate. Currently we have a massively over elaborate BGP setup on some really old 7600's. We also use some pseudo wires as well as IP connectivity.
I was thinking OSPF equal cost sharing and possible getting some pseudo wires configured to run over that.
Anyone any ideas.
See very basic diagram attached.
How is isolation maintained currently? VRFs? MPLS? VLAN/VXLAN?
Equally, is the requirement for Layer 2 overlay or layer 3 routing acceptable?
Are the PWs via MPLS (AToM) or via IP (L2TP)?
Are tenants located on both DR and Production sides of the network?
More clarity is needed to understand the intention so an appropriate design could be made.
Thanks for the replies.
Currently the PW runs over a private MPLS network. Currently they are separated by VRFs and VLANS.
I personally can't see any reason with our setup to have L2 overlay but this may be something for future use with these circuits.
The tenants are located both at Prod and DR.
Ah I see.
How many tenants are we talking roughly? 10s? 100s? 1000s?
This would greatly impact on what technology would best fit the requirement.
In terms of the leased line circuits in place, are VRFs run across this? Is this where BGP fits into the topology?
Scalability is the next concern that needs to be determined, what sort of growth rate on tenants are there roughly? If you're popping up and tearing down tenants every hour then something more scalable and more predictable in configuration might be needed.
We aren't talking loads. We have three tenancy currently and will probably have a couple more in the future. I can't see it being much more than 10 and that would be very far away.
Yes vrfs run across there at the moment and thats where BGP is used. I'm looking to simplify this configuration. This is going to be a new install on new hardware and the tenants will be moved over one by one so it hasn't got to be like for like as long as they have the same level of redundancy.
I would think the tenants we have are going to be there for the long haul and I don't envisage much movement in the way of adding and dropping tenants on a regular basis if Im honest.