description nsh over ethernet addrouter r1 int eth1 eth 0000.0000.1111 $1a$ $1b$ ! vrf def v1 rd 1:1 exit int eth1 vrf for v1 ipv4 addr 1.1.1.1 255.255.255.0 ipv6 addr 1111::1 ffff:: exit ! addrouter r2 int eth1 eth 0000.0000.2222 $1b$ $1a$ int eth2 eth 0000.0000.2222 $2a$ $2b$ ! int eth1 nsh ena nsh xconn 2 255 exit int eth2 nsh ena exit nsh 2 255 int eth2 0000.1111.2222 nsh 3 254 int eth1 0000.1111.2222 rawpack keephdr ! addrouter r3 int eth1 eth 0000.0000.3333 $2b$ $2a$ int eth2 eth 0000.0000.3333 $3a$ $3b$ ! int eth1 nsh ena exit int eth2 nsh ena nsh xconn 3 255 exit nsh 3 255 int eth1 0000.1111.2222 nsh 2 254 int eth2 0000.1111.2222 rawpack keephdr ! addrouter r4 int eth1 eth 0000.0000.4444 $3b$ $3a$ ! vrf def v1 rd 1:1 exit int eth1 vrf for v1 ipv4 addr 1.1.1.2 255.255.255.0 ipv6 addr 1111::2 ffff:: exit ! r1 tping 100 10 1.1.1.2 /vrf v1 r1 tping 100 10 1111::2 /vrf v1 r4 tping 100 10 1.1.1.1 /vrf v1 r4 tping 100 10 1111::1 /vrf v1 r2 output show inter eth1 full r2 output show inter eth2 full r2 output show nsh for r2 output show nsh for 2 255 r2 output show nsh for 3 254 output ../binTmp/mpls-nsh.html here is the interface:
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here is the interface:
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here is the fib:
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here is the detailed fib:
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here is the detailed fib:
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