Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of ConnectivityGuidelines


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Timestamp:
06/28/10 10:15:22 (9 years ago)
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asydney@bbn.com
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  • ConnectivityGuidelines

    v16 v17  
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    8585=== QinQ ===
    86 QinQ is a tunneling option which "wraps" your frames (marked with your VLAN ID) within another VLAN ID that is available within the regional network. For example, you provisioned VLAN 1234 within [SiteNlr NLR] and your network, but your regional is already using this VLAN ID. Your regional can assign you another VLAN ID, say 2345, for this connection and tunnel VLAN ID 1234 through this connection so that you can reach [SiteNlr NLR] with your VLAN ID intact. Depending on the situation, your regional may do this transparently or your campus may need to be involved.
     86QinQ is a tunneling option which "wraps" your frames (marked with your VLAN ID) within another VLAN ID that is available within the regional network. For example, you provisioned VLAN 1234 within [SiteNlr NLR] in your network, but your regional is already using this VLAN ID. Your regional can assign you with another VLAN ID, say 2345, for this connection and tunnel VLAN ID 1234 through this connection so that you can reach [SiteNlr NLR] with your VLAN ID intact. Depending on the situation, your regional may do this transparently or your campus may need to be involved.
    8787
    8888''Your campus and your partner campus would likely be using the same VLAN ID in this scenario''.