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  1. Hi Srini,

    I used routers just to have some “customer” device that could do tagging for me in this example. In a real network, you would use customer switches instead.

    The tag on the left side is the tag from the ISP, I should probably have used the same color for the customer tag.


  2. Hi Laz,
    You are very welcome. Thank you too!

  3. You are right Adrian, thanks for notifying us. I just fixed it.

  4. Hi Rene

    I think i could not ask my question clearly, i am talking about double tag, suppose there ar two customers A (vlan 10) and B (vlan 10), and also we have a metro ethernet switch, will both A and B will be tagged by he same VLAN in CX network ? like vlan 30 , are CX vlans visible in ISP networks ?

  5. thank you so much Rene, i studied the topic again and understood, here the cx means all the buddies in an company.

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