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  • 1.  Tunnel L2TPv3

    Posted 08-27-2018 05:25
    Hello,
    I would like create a tunnel L2TPv3 between a rfs4000 and ap7522 but when i type a command sh l2tpv3 tunnel vlanxxx in rfs4000 controller. The controller write a result "error:could not fetch L2TPv3 stats"
    nobody have a solution
    Best regards


  • 2.  RE: Tunnel L2TPv3

    Posted 08-27-2018 05:55
    Hello Yohan,

    L2TPv3 show command needs full tunnel name, which is unique per tunnel endpoint. You can see the name in the tunnel-summary, e.g.:
    NX55#show l2tpv3 tunnel-summary
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Sl No Tunnel Name Peer Tunnel State Tunnel Mode Estd/Total Sessions Encapsulation Proto
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 VLAN7-214-8533-sjc-1-0.0.0.0 1 Established Active 1/1 IP
    2 VLAN7-215-8533-blr-1-0.0.0.0 1 Established Active 1/1 IP
    3 VLAN7-219-8533-brq-1-0.0.0.0 1 Established Active 1/1 IP
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total Number of Tunnels 3[/code]then you can use this name to fetch detailed tunnel stats:
    NX55#show l2tpv3 tunnel VLAN7-214-8533-sjc-1-0.0.0.0
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Tunnel Name : VLAN7-214-8533-sjc-1-0.0.0.0
    Control connection id : 12995412
    Peer Address : 10.33.44.10
    Local Address : 192.168.7.110
    Encapsulation Protocol : IP
    MTU : 1460
    Peer Host Name : 8533-sjc-1
    Peer Vendor Name : Extreme Networks
    Peer Control Connection ID : 4080736026
    Tunnel State : Established
    Tunnel Mode : Active
    Establishment Criteria : always
    Sequence number of the next msg to the peer : 2
    Expected sequence number of the next msg from the peer :6428
    Sequence number of the next msg expected by the peer : 2
    Retransmission count : 0
    Reconnection count : 0
    Uptime : 0 days 18 hours 9 minutes 32 seconds
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Session Name : VLAN7
    VLANs : 7
    Pseudo Wire Type : Ethernet_VLAN
    Serial number for the session : 217
    Local Session ID : 56286258
    Remote Session ID : 56112662
    Size of local cookie (0, 4 or 8 bytes) : 0
    First word of local cookie : 0
    Second word of local cookie : 0
    Size of remote cookie (0, 4 or 8 bytes) : 0
    First word of remote cookie : 0
    Second word of remote cookie : 0
    Session state : Established
    Remote End ID : 7
    Trunk Session : 1
    Native VLAN tagged : Enabled
    Native VLAN ID :
    Egress rate limit : Disabled
    Ingress rate limit : Disabled
    Number of packets received : 2494
    Number of bytes received : 156612
    5 minute input rate : 14.72 bps
    Number of packets sent : 640429
    Number of bytes sent : 56754428
    5 minute output rate : 7.1 Kbps
    Number of packets dropped : 0[/code]Hope this helps
    Slava


  • 3.  RE: Tunnel L2TPv3

    Posted 08-27-2018 06:15
    thank' s Slava for your response

    But when i type command sh l2tpv3 tunnel-summary



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  • 4.  RE: Tunnel L2TPv3

    Posted 08-27-2018 06:17
    this means you either a) dont have any tunnel configured or b) none of the endpoints (APs) are able to reach your RFS and establish a tunnel. Please share your config


  • 5.  RE: Tunnel L2TPv3

    Posted 08-27-2018 11:39
    this a config of my ap 7522



    and this is config of my controller

    rfs4000 B4-C7-99-F9-B7-DD
    use profile default-rfs4000
    use rf-domain default
    hostname rfs4000-F9B7DD
    license AP DEFAULT-6AP-LICENSE
    license AAP xxxxxxx
    license ADSEC DEFAULT-ADV-SEC-LICENSE
    ip default-gateway 172.26.1.254
    interface ge1
    switchport mode trunk
    switchport trunk native vlan 1
    no switchport trunk native tagged
    switchport trunk allowed vlan 1,119,2100
    interface vlan119
    ip address 172.26.1.48/24
    logging on
    logging console warnings
    logging buffered warnings
    l2tpv3 tunnel vlan119
    peer 1 hostname any router-id any
    no local-ip-address
    mtu 1460
    use l2tpv3-policy default
    session vlan119 pseudowire-id 119 traffic-source vlan 119
    no hostname
    no router-id
    establishment-criteria cluster-master
    no use critical-resource
    no fast-failover



  • 6.  RE: Tunnel L2TPv3

    Posted 08-27-2018 11:44
    you dont have any cluster configured, do you?

    In that case change "establishment-criteria" from cluster-master to always under RFS tunnel configuration. Otherwise RFS will never bring the tunnel UP, since it is not part of any cluster.

    are you testing with one AP and one RFS? Could you share full confg, and not just snippets, please?


  • 7.  RE: Tunnel L2TPv3

    Posted 08-27-2018 12:51
    with the change "establishment-criteria" from always the tunnel is established.But the ap7522 do not download the conf on rfs4000