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C O N T E N T S Preface ix Document Objectives ix Audience ix Document Organization x Document Conventions xi Safety Warnings xi Related Documentation xiii The Cisco Remote Access to MPLS VPN Integration 2.0 Documentation Set xiii Reference Documentation xiii MPLS VPNSC References xiii Network Management References xiii DSL Routers xiv Access Servers xiv Aggregation/Home Gateway/PE Routers xiv Cisco IOS xv Internetworking Technology Overviews xvi For More Information xvi Obtaining Documentation xvii World Wide Web xvii Documentation CD-ROM xvii Ordering Documentation xvii Documentation Feedback xvii Obtaining Technical Assistance xviii Cisco.com xviii Technical Assistance Center xviii Cisco TAC Web Site xix Cisco TAC Escalation Center xix CH AP T E R 1 Solution Overview 1-1 Introduction 1-1 Technology Overviews 1-2 MPLS Summary 1-2 MPLS VPN Summary 1-3 Cisco MPLS VPN Solution Center Summary 1-3 Cisco Remote Access to MPLS VPN Integration 2.0 Overview and Provisioning Guide OL-2512-02 i Contents Cisco VPN SC Installation 1-5 Cisco MPLS VPN SC Initialization 1-5 Cisco MPLS VPN SC Provisioning 1-6 Creating Service Requests 1-6 Deploying Service Requests 1-7 Equipment and Software Selection 1-8 Cisco IOS Software Fundamentals 1-9 User Interface Command Modes 1-9 Command Modes 1-9 Context-Sensitive Help 1-11 Saving Configurations 1-11 Undoing a Command 1-12 Passwords 1-12 CH AP T E R 2 Overview of Dial Access to MPLS VPN Integration 2-1 Overview of Dial Access 2-1 Overview of L2TP Dial-in Remote Access 2-2 L2TP Dial-in Components 2-4 Dial L2TP Service Provider Access Network 2-4 Network Access Servers 2-4 VHG/PE Routers 2-5 Overview of Direct ISDN PE Dial-in Remote Access 2-5 Direct ISDN PE Dial-in Components 2-6 Network Access Servers/Provider Edge Routers 2-6 Overview of Dial Backup 2-7 DialBackup Components and Features 2-8 Overview of Dial-out Access 2-9 Platforms Supported for Dial-OutRemote Access 2-11 Common Components and Features 2-11 Virtual Access Interface 2-12 Framed-Route VRF Aware Feature 2-12 AAA Servers 2-12 Address Management 2-13 Authorization and Authentication 2-14 Accounting 2-14 Core MPLS Network 2-14 Management Tools 2-14 Network Management Components for DialAccess 2-15 Fault Monitoring 2-15 Cisco Remote Access to MPLS VPN Integration 2.0 Overview and Provisioning Guide ii OL-2512-02 Contents SLA Reporting 2-16 Overview of Optional Features Used with Dial Access 2-16 Multilink PPP 2-16 Requirements for MLP Support 2-16 Multichassis Multilink PPP 2-16 Requirements for MMP Support 2-17 CH AP T E R 3 Provisioning Dial Access to MPLS VPN Integration 3-1 Provisioning Dial-In Access 3-1 Before You Begin 3-1 Dial-In Provisioning Checklist 3-2 Miscellaneous Component Configurations 3-3 Initial, One-Time Setup Tasks 3-3 Task 1. Configure the PE Routers for MPLS 3-3 Task 2. Configure the SP AAA RADIUS Server with Client Information 3-4 Task 3. Configure RADIUS AAA on the Querying Device 3-6 Task 4. On the RADIUS AAA Server, Configure a Per-user Static Route Using the Framed-route Attribute 3-6 Adding New Customer Groups 3-6 Task 1. Configure L2TP Information for New Customers (L2TP only) 3-7 Task 2. Configure VRF Information for the CustomerGroup 3-9 Task 3. Configure VPDN Information for the Customer Group (L2TP only) 3-9 Task 4. Configure Authentication and Authorization 3-10 Task 5. Configure Accounting Between the VHG/PE or NAS/PE and the Access Registrar 3-13 Task 6. Configure Address Management 3-14 Task 7. (IfYou Are Using MLP) Configure LCP Renegotiation and Enable MLP forUsers in the Group 3-16 Task 8. (If You Are Using MMP) Configure SGBP on Each Stack Group Member 3-17 Provisioning L2TP Dial Backup 3-18 Configuring Routing on a Backup CE-PE Link 3-18 Provisioning Dial-outAccess 3-20 Before You Begin 3-20 Dial-Out Provisioning Checklist 3-21 Miscellaneous Component Configurations 3-21 Task 1. Configure the DialerProfile 3-21 Task 2. Configure the VPDN Group (L2TP Only) 3-22 Task 3. Configure a Static Route in the Customer VRF 3-23 Task 4. Configure VPDN on the NAS (L2TP only) 3-23 Sample Configurations 3-24 Sample Configurations for L2TP Dial-In 3-24 Cisco Remote Access to MPLS VPN Integration 2.0 Overview and Provisioning Guide OL-2512-02 iii ... - tailieumienphi.vn
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