How to pass vlan l2tp?

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The task is to pass on l2tp vlan.
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Problems with how to create these ulany or how to pass l2tp - no.
Know know how. Specifically for me, the difficulty is that each of these Ulanov should be linked (and maybe not) with the physical interface on the switch.
Faced with the need to "complicate" the network for the strict separation of end-user customers, and of course, enhance security. Leadership that ran, or exclude the use of VPN, or just too much "water" in itself contain. I hope for constructive comments and lack of answers from the category of "I found you in Google". Thank you!59d1f9fe55018803572046.jpeg
June 14th 19 at 21:02
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June 14th 19 at 21:04
The first is to use the technology BCP which allows to encapsulate frames including c tags https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:BCP_bridging...
The second is to raise EoIP tunnel inside an existing l2tp tunnel, but it does not say so the best move may be simple.
The third is to use MPLS and VPLS to raise the tunnels, which are exactly what drive.
Fourth, all the same the same MPLS and VPLS but to raise the tunnels automatically based on the extension of BGP community Route Distinguisher, and the import/export Route Target.

The fourth option is the right one, you can organize the redundancy by adding a l2tp tunnel, and VPLS will be built for the best if you specify in the TE route.
Does not require additional settings, once set up BGP and VPLS and then just specify the id of the Route at the appropriate routers
Fourth, all the same the same MPLS and VPLS but to raise the tunnels automatically based on the extension of BGP community Route Distinguisher, and the import/export Route Target.


Where it is possible to find on this point a detailed explanation? - shawna_Mosciski commented on June 14th 19 at 21:07
, https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:BGP_based_VPLS - Katlyn_Fritsch37 commented on June 14th 19 at 21:10

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