Appendix A. EVPN Configuration

In Chapter 6, we reviewed the details of EVPN-VXLAN. In the case study we had a laboratory with fabric, spine, and leaf switches. Here are the full configurations for each switch. For brevity, we have only included a single switch from each tier. Other switches in the same tier have similar configurations, but allowing for IP address changes.

Appendix A. Spine Configuration

## Last changed: 2016-02-23 00:43:56 PST version 15.1X53-D30.17; system { services { ssh; netconf { ssh; } } syslog { user * { any emergency; } file messages { any notice; } file cli-commands { interactive-commands any; explicit-priority; } time-format millisecond; } } interfaces { et-0/0/58 { mtu 9192; unit 0 { family inet { mtu 9000; address 172.16.0.1/31; } } } et-0/0/59 { mtu 9192; unit 0 { family inet { mtu 9000; address 172.16.0.9/31; } } } et-0/0/60 { mtu 9192; unit 0 { family inet { mtu 9000; address 172.16.0.25/31; } } } et-0/0/61 { mtu 9192; unit 0 { family inet { mtu 9000; address 172.16.0.17/31; } } } et-0/0/66 { mtu 9192; unit 0 { family inet { mtu 9000; address 172.16.0.32/31; } } } et-0/0/67 { mtu 9192; unit 0 { family inet { mtu 9000; address 172.16.0.34/31; } } } irb { unit 100 { description " * TENANT 10 - vlan 100 - vni 1000 "; family inet { address 10.1.100.211/24 { virtual-gateway-address 10.1.100.1; } } } unit 101 { description " * TENANT 10 - vlan 101 - vni 1001 "; family inet { address 10.1.101.211/24 { virtual-gateway-address 10.1.101.1; } } } unit 102 ...

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