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I may be going in a wrong direction here, but could you please confirm that you've set up the portgroup correctly on the remote side?
If your trunk vnic is backed by a distributed port group, you'll need to:
1) enable sink port attribute on it:
~# net-dvs --enableSink [0|1] -p dvport switch_name
2) And then, set the "forged transmit" to Enable.
If trunk vnic is backed by a standard port group, then you'll have to enable promiscuous mode, and set the forged transmit on the standard port group.
It was my mistake.
Physical switches did not have specified vlans.
Connection between VLAN and VXLAN over L2VPN works normally.
Only when tunnel id and VLAN id are same value, "show service l2vpn conversion-table" does not show any information.
thank you very much for promiscuous mode.
Is there any link in the documentation for this option?
Doesn't look like documentation covers it sufficiently. I'll see if I can get it fixed.
Hi, we have here a document with implementation, but is in spanish. It has all details.
There is a document about troubleshooting