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6125G Tunnel question

ccie5246
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6125G Tunnel question

I'm working on establishing a set of tunnels between two pairs of 6125G switches. What I'd like to be able to do is to anchor the destination address of the tunnel to a VRRP VIP at the VRRP VIP at the remote location so that I don't have to establish a mesh of tunnels.  this is possible in Cisco-land, but I can't seem to get it to work here. Am I missing something, or is there a design issue with the switch. I can ping the VIP of the remote switches from the local switch and the VRRP status is correct. I can also see the VRRP MAC address of the VIP so there should be no reason why the tunnel woulnd't establish with the VIP as the destination address.

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Apachez-
Trusted Contributor

Re: 6125G Tunnel question

Did you verify so you dont have any ACLs blocking things or a vlan mismatch?

Otherwise what about if you setup the tunnel towards the loopback interface of the other device and then have a routing for that /32 pointing with nexthop to the vrrp ip?