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Technical Specifications for Tunnelling over Internet

Route Servers info: 

ASN: 57463 
as-set: as-netix 
RS1: 193.218.0.100 
RS2: 193.218.0.200 

Service activation contact email: [email protected] 
 

Tunnel config templates: 

#Mikrotik EoIP 
 

  • <customer_tunnel_src_ip> = Customer Peer IP address for the tunnel creation

  • <LAN_interface> = Interface connected to the Customer Router that will join to NetIX 

  • <tunnel_id> = Tunnel ID of EoIP tunnel. Unique tunnel identifier, which must match other side of the tunnel 
     

/interface eoip 
add local-address=<customer_tunnel_src_ip > mtu=1500 name=EoIP_NetIX-Tunnel remote-address= 87.120.223.11 tunnel-id=<tunnel_id> 

/interface bridge 
add name=br-vlan_netix protocol-mode=none 

/interface bridge port 
add bridge=br-vlan_netix interface=EoIP_NetIX-Tunnel 
add bridge=br-vlan_netix interface=<LAN_interface> 

 
#Juniper  

JunOS NVGRE Configuration Template: 

<vlan_id> - local id of NVGRE tunnel number and IRB interface 
<tun_src_ip> - local IP address of tunnel endpoint 
<tun_GW> - preferred static gateway to reach NetIX endpoint 
<VRF-INET> - Internet Routing Instance 
<NetIX_IPv4> - customer assignet NetIX IPv4 address  
<NetIX_IPv6> - customer assignet NetIX IPv6 address 

set interfaces gr-0/0/0 unit <vlan_id> reassemble-packets 
set interfaces gr-0/0/0 unit <vlan_id> description NetIX_NVGRE 
set interfaces gr-0/0/0 unit <vlan_id> tunnel source <tun_src_ip> 
set interfaces gr-0/0/0 unit <vlan_id> tunnel destination 94.156.252.20 
set interfaces gr-0/0/0 unit <vlan_id> tunnel allow-fragmentation 
set interfaces gr-0/0/0 unit <vlan_id> tunnel routing-instance destination <VRF-INET> 
set interfaces gr-0/0/0 unit <vlan_id> family bridge core-facing 
set interfaces gr-0/0/0 unit <vlan_id> family bridge interface-mode access 
set interfaces gr-0/0/0 unit <vlan_id> family bridge vlan-id <vlan_id> 
set interfaces irb unit <vlan_id> description NetIX 
set interfaces irb unit <vlan_id> family inet address <NetIX_IPv4>/24 
set interfaces irb unit <vlan_id> family inet6 filter output IPv6_ND_RA_suppress 
set interfaces irb unit <vlan_id> family inet6 address <NetIX_IPv6>/64 

set routing-instances vswitch bridge-domains v<vlan_id> vlan-id <vlan_id> 
set routing-instances vswitch bridge-domains v<vlan_id> routing-interface irb.<vlan_id> 
set routing-instances vswitch bridge-domains v<vlan_id> bridge-options interface-mac-limit 2048 
set routing-instances vswitch bridge-domains v<vlan_id> bridge-options no-mac-learning 
set routing-instances <VRF-INET> interface irb.<vlan_id> 
set routing-instances <VRF-INET> routing-options static route 94.156.252.20/32 next-hop <tun_GW> 

set firewall family inet6 filter IPv6_ND_RA_suppress term 1 from icmp-type 134 
set firewall family inet6 filter IPv6_ND_RA_suppress term 1 from icmp-code 0 
set firewall family inet6 filter IPv6_ND_RA_suppress term 1 then count count-1 
set firewall family inet6 filter IPv6_ND_RA_suppress term 1 then discard 
set firewall family inet6 filter IPv6_ND_RA_suppress term 2 then accept 
 

Client provides 

1) Tunnel source IP 
2) Tunnel ID 
3) Tunnel Equipment (Mikrotik, Juniper, other…) 
4) MAC address: 
5) ASN: 
6) as-set: 
7) company name: 
8) contact person: 
9) contact email:

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