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MX67 Site-to-Site for extend Layer 2.

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MX67 Site-to-Site for extend Layer 2.

Is there a way to do a Site-to-Site with MX67 at both end for extend a Layer 2 ?

 

 

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Kind of a big deal

Re: MX67 Site-to-Site for extend Layer 2.

Or to put what @Nick said another way: No, the MX can't do Layer 2 tunnels 🙂

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Re: MX67 Site-to-Site for extend Layer 2.

Hi @LouisPaquin 

 

With the subnets you've mentioned, you'd end up with two LAN's on the same subnet. The MX would not know to route the traffic over the site to site.

 

You would be better served by creating separate subnets for this sort of setup

 

 

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Re: MX67 Site-to-Site for extend Layer 2.

Hi @Nick,

 

I know it would be easier to do it like you said but, I need to extend the Lan 10.175.69.132/30 from site A to site B.

 

 

Kind of a big deal

Re: MX67 Site-to-Site for extend Layer 2.

Or to put what @Nick said another way: No, the MX can't do Layer 2 tunnels 🙂

Here to help

Re: MX67 Site-to-Site for extend Layer 2.

So sad, thanks to both of you @jdsilva & @Nick 

A model citizen

Re: MX67 Site-to-Site for extend Layer 2.

@jdsilva 😄 

 

 

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