IOS for PPPoE and cell-mode MPLS

Hi Gents

 

I need an IOS image from 12.2S train that supports both PPPoE and cell-mode MPLS , i'm searching with no luck 

i can't find any image supports both features although both are considered SP features 

 

i think these features are supported on T train only but as far as i know all SP core routers are 7200 VXR running 12.2S with different images 

can any body confirm other platforms like 3600/3700 can be used in SP core so it could run 12.3T train ?

 

appreciate your fast reply 

 

Thanks

Hekas

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    In the lab you have a mix of 2600, 3600/3700 and 7200:

     

    http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/le3/ccie/sp/lab_equipment.html

     

    The images running on the 7200’s do not support PPPoE (client or
    server). During your preparation you should use a combination of 12.2T, 12.3T
    and 12.2S.

     

    Check my mini-scenarios for many examples:

     

    http://ccie18473.net/

     

     

     

    Regards,

     

    Antonio Soares, CCIE #18473 (R&S/SP)

    [email protected]

     





    Antonio Soares, CCIE #18473 (RS/SP/DC)
    [email protected]
    http://www.ccie18473.net

  •  

    Hi antonio

    thanks for your reply but i want to clarify something , you said "The images running on the 7200’s do not support PPPoE (client or server). " do you mean that in the real lab , 7200 images don't support PPPoE functions so always PPPoE server and client are 2600 and 3600/3700 routers ?

    did i get you right ?







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    The 7200 routers running IOS 12.2S (SERVICE PROVIDER/SECURE
    SHELL 3DES) do not support PPPoE
    J

     

     

    Regards,

     

    Antonio Soares, CCIE #18473 (R&S/SP)

    [email protected]





    Antonio Soares, CCIE #18473 (RS/SP/DC)
    [email protected]
    http://www.ccie18473.net

  • Thanks antonio for this info -:) , that will help me greatly in my preparation 

    based in your experience , is there any recommended setup to practice PPPoE and cell-mode on ?

    especially  certain IOS images that have bugs like those of the exam 

     







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    See in attach the vrack i used in my preparation.

     

    And you have PPPoE and Cell-Mode scenarios in IESP-VOL2.
    Something I highly recommend is the IESP-VOL2 dynamips edition.

     

     

    Regards,

     

    Antonio Soares, CCIE #18473 (R&S/SP)

    [email protected]





    Antonio Soares, CCIE #18473 (RS/SP/DC)
    [email protected]
    http://www.ccie18473.net








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    I forgot that IEOC doesn’t support attachments. Let me try this
    way:

     

    vrack-topology.v2.jpg

     

    And the associated .net file:

     

    autostart = false

     

    ##################################################################################

    [localhost:7200]

     

    [[7200]]

     

     image = g:_CCIEEmulatorDynamipsimagesc7200-js.122-11.T.bin

     idlepc = 0x606642ac

     npe = npe-400

     ram = 96

     mmap = false

     disk0 = 0

    ##################################################################################

    [[Router R1]]

      model = 7200

      console = 2001

      f0/0 = ETHSW 1

      s3/0 = R7 s4/0

      s3/1 = R7 s4/1

     

    [[Router R2]]

      model = 7200

      console = 2002

      f0/0 = ETHSW 2

      s3/0 = R8 s4/0

      s3/1 = R8 s4/1

    ##################################################################################

    [localhost:7201]

     udp = 11000

     

    [[7200]]

     

     image = g:_CCIEEmulatorDynamipsimagesc7200-js.123-8.T11.bin

     idlepc = 0x60897efc

     npe = npe-400

     ram = 128

     mmap = false

     disk0 = 0

    ##################################################################################

    [[Router R3]]

      model = 7200

      console = 2003

      f0/0 = ETHSW 3

      s1/0 = FRSW 3

      s1/1 = FRSW 33

      s1/2 = R4 s1/2

      s1/3 = R4 s1/3

     

    [[Router R4]]

      model = 7200

      console = 2004

      f0/0 = ETHSW 4

      S1/0 = FRSW 4

      S1/1 = FRSW 44

     

    [[Router R5]]

      model = 7200

      console = 2005

      f0/0 = ETHSW 5

      s1/0 = FRSW 5

      s1/1 = FRSW 55

      s1/2 = R6 s1/2

      s1/3 = R6 s1/3

     

    [[Router R6]]

      model = 7200

      console = 2006

      f0/0 = ETHSW 6

      s1/0 = FRSW 6

      s1/1 = FRSW 66

    ##################################################################################

    [localhost:7202]

     udp = 12000

     

     [[7200]]

     

     image =
    g:_CCIEEmulatorDynamipsimagesc7200-k91p.122-25.S13.bin

     ram = 96

     npe = npe-400

     idlepc = 0x608485e8

     mmap = false

     disk0 = 0

    ##################################################################################

    [[Router R7]]

      model = 7200

      console = 2007

      f0/0 = ETHSW 7

      a1/0 = ATMSW 7

      a2/0 = ATMSW 77

      a3/0 = BB3 a1/0

     

    [[Router R8]]

      model = 7200

      console = 2008

      f0/0 = ETHSW 8

      a1/0 = ATMSW 8

      a2/0 = ATMSW 88

      a3/0 = BB3 a2/0

     

    [[Router R9]]

      model = 7200

      console = 2009

      f0/0 = ETHSW 9

      a1/0 = ATMSW 9

      a2/0 = ATMSW 99

      a3/0 = BB3 a3/0

    ##################################################################################

    [localhost:7203]

     udp = 13000

     

     [[7200]]

     

     image = g:_CCIEEmulatorDynamipsimagesc7200-k91p.122-25.S13.bin

     ram = 96

     npe = npe-400

     idlepc = 0x608485e8

     mmap = false

     disk0 = 0

    ##################################################################################

    [[Router BB1]]

      model = 7200

      console = 2010

      f0/0 = ETHSW 10

     

    [[Router BB2]]

      model = 7200

      console = 2011

      f0/0 = ETHSW 11

     

    [[Router BB3]]

      model = 7200

      console = 2012

      f0/0 = ETHSW 12

    ##################################################################################

    [[ETHSW ETHSW]]

     

     1 = dot1q 1

     2 = dot1q 1

     3 = dot1q 1

     4 = dot1q 1

     5 = dot1q 1

     6 = dot1q 1

     7 = dot1q 1

     8 = dot1q 1

     9 = dot1q 1

    10 = dot1q 1

    11 = dot1q 1

    12 = dot1q 1

    ##################################################################################

    [[FRSW FRSW]]

     

     3:304 = 4:403

     3:305 = 5:503

     3:306 = 6:603

    33:314 = 44:413

    33:315 = 55:513

    33:316 = 66:613

     4:405 = 5:504

     4:406 = 6:604

    44:415 = 55:514

    44:416 = 66:614

     5:506 = 6:605

    55:516 = 66:615

    ##################################################################################

    [[ATMSW ATMSW]]

     

     7:0:708 = 8:0:807

     7:0:709 = 9:0:907

     8:0:809 = 9:0:908

    77:1:718 = 88:1:817

    77:1:719 = 99:1:917

    88:1:819 = 99:1:918

    ##################################################################################

     

    Regards,

     

    Antonio Soares, CCIE #18473 (R&S/SP)

    [email protected]





    Antonio Soares, CCIE #18473 (RS/SP/DC)
    [email protected]
    http://www.ccie18473.net

  • Hi Sir,

     

     

    Really labs are very helpful fo rme ,,, But for PPPOA I am having one question,,,

     

     

    R1  VCI/VPI 0/101

    R2 VCI/VPI 0/201

     

    So when we configure R1 which VPI/VCI Value we need to use.... ??

     

    Waiting for Your reply!

  • I didn’t understand your question. In the two PPPoA mini-scenarios, there is one ATM switch providing connectivity:

     

      [[ATMSW ATMSW]]

     

      1:0:102 = 2:0:201

      1:0:103 = 3:0:301

      2:0:203 = 3:0:302

     

    In other words:

     

    R1---0/102---ATMSW---0/201---R2

    R1---0/103---ATMSW---0/301---R3

    R2---0/203---ATMSW---0/302R3

     

     

    Does this answer your question ?

     

    Regards,

     

    Antonio Soares, CCIE #18473 (R&S/SP)
    [email protected]

    Antonio Soares, CCIE #18473 (RS/SP/DC)
    [email protected]
    http://www.ccie18473.net

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