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allow-same-site-tunnels

system allow-same-site-tunnels—Allow tunnels to be formed between vEdge routers in the same site (on vEdge routers only). Note that no BFD sessions are established between the two collocated vEdge routers.

vManage Feature Template

For vEdge routers only:

Configuration ► Templates ► System

Command Hierarchy

system
  allow-same-site-tunnels 

Options

None

Example

In this example, vEdge2 has two circuits, one to the Internet and the second to an MPLS network. vEdge1 is also located at the same site, but has no circuits. This configuration binds two subinterfaces from vEdge1 to the two circuit interfaces on vEdge2 so that vEdge1 can establish TLOCs on the overlay network.

vEdge1# show running-config system
allow-same-site-tunnels
...
vEdge1# show running-config vpn 0
interface ge0/2.101
  ip address 101.1.19.15/24
  mtu 1496
  tunnel-interface
    color lte
  !
  no shutdown
!
interface ge0/2.102
  ip address 102.1.19.15/24
  mtu 1496
  tunnel-interface
    color mpls
  !
  no shutdown
!
vEdge2# show running-config system
allow-same-site-tunnels
...
vEdge2# show running-config vpn 0
interface ge0/0
  ip address 172.16.255.2
  tunnel-interface
    color lte
  !
  no shutdown
!
interface ge0/3
  ip address 172.16.255.16
  tunnel-interface
    color mpls
  !
  no shutdown
!
interface ge0/2.101
  ip address 101.1.19.16/24
  mtu 1496
  tloc-extension ge0/0
  no shutdown
!
interface ge0/2.102
  ip address 102.1.19.16/24
  mtu 1496
  tloc-extension ge0/3
  no shutdown
!

Release Information

Command introduced in Viptela Software Release 15.4.

Additional Information

See the Configuring Interfaces article for your software release.
tloc-extension

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