[FROG] FRRouting and MPLS

Yakov Sh. yman at protonmail.ch
Mon Nov 23 10:27:44 UTC 2020

I had not much experience with FRR in production, but I gave it a try some time ago in a lab and was able to build L3VPN service on VMs with kernel VRF support. You can see details in my blog post - http://dvjourney.yman.site/2018/10/26/l3vpn-on-linux/
For L2VPN, as stated in docs, only OpenBSD supports VPWS/VPLS at the moment. http://docs.frrouting.org/en/latest/overview.html#feature-matrix

Yakov Sh.
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On Monday, November 23, 2020 12:15 PM, Olivier CALVANO <o.calvano at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I have just installed FRR for the first time on a Linux CentOS 8 distribution. I am therefore just starting out.
> I am gradually reading the forums but there is a lot of information. FRR manages without worries the BGP and the ISIS which I use regularly on my cisco routers.
> I am now trying to find out if FRR can integrate more deeply into my network, particularly at the MPLS level. as I understood it is in the Kernel that this is done and not in FRR, but is there a way to integrate VRF IP VPN? and the creation of a VLAN type subinterface directly in FRR?
> Then last question: Is there an implementation of the Cisco EoMPLS equivalent in FRR? (xconnect encapsultation mpls)
> thank you
> Olivier
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