Who has done it?
I need a "pseudowire" over VPLS. I can't get it work. Tagged packets are not going through the VPLS.
What about it? RouterOS VPLS pseudowires support frame fragmentation/reassembly according RFC 4623. This means, that if l2mtu of VPLS will exceed outgoing link MPLS MTU plus any space needed for VPLS+MPLS encapsulation, frame will get fragmented.hmmm... what about fragmentation?..
Ok, then I guess you simply have to find out in what way your lab setup differs from production environment. In case you have trouble sorting the issue out, please describe your setup and post relevant parts of configuration.No guys,
in the lab everything is working perfect. Something in teh production envirnonment must be wrong.
@mplsguy: l2MTU of the vpls interface should only affect when full frames are sent but not with pings. In that case the packet will never reach the mtu size limit.