• Author : May Young

 
 

EVPN MAC duplication denylist

Description This feature is available when configuring Layer2 EVPN or EVPN IRB. As described in RFC7432 section 15 [1], “MAC Mobility” or “MAC move” occurs when a Customer Edge (CE) moves from one Ethernet segment to another, resulting in two EVPN MAC/IP (Type 2) routes being advertised — one route with the previous Ethernet segment ID (ESI) and the other with the new Ethernet segment ID. MAC mobility also happens when a CE moves from a single-homed provider edge (PE) to a different PE. Consider a situation in an EVPN network where there are two hosts in the same VLAN,...
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