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  1. Thanks for adding these! I have gone through all of the other MPLS videos.

  2. hi Rene ,
    Correct order should be as below . The same will apply at PE2. When I try with GNS3 , I only found out that. Again, thanks for enlighten us. Your lessons are simple and clear. Especially QOS and mpls lesson you make me very easy. By the way , please teach us Multicast basic as well. :smiley:

    PE1(config)#router eigrp 1
    PE1(config-router)#address-family ipv4 vrf CUSTOMER 
    PE1(config-router)#autonomous-system 1

  3. Hi Ahmad,

    The global EIGRP AS number is completely separated from the VRF EIGRP AS numbers. You could use the same or another number, it won’t matter. I would prefer another AS number for global EIGRP just to keep it simple. Just make sure all PE routers use the same global AS number.

    Between each PE/CE pair, you have to use the same EIGRP AS number. Like in my example, you can use different EIGRP AS numbers for each PE/CE pair. The only downside is that each CE will then see the routes as EIGRP external. This can be an issue if you have a backdoor link between the two CE sides.

    Rene

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