The purpose of this lab is to expose the user to SR-MPLS Traffic Engineering. The user will explore several use cases, including explicit paths, dynamic paths and disjoint paths.
You will learn how to configure SR-MPLS Traffic Engineering on Cisco IOS XRv9000 routers running ISIS. You will assign BGP Color communities to steer traffic along an SR-MPLS Traffic Engineering user-defined path. You will configure an SR PCE to allow traffic to traverse multiple disjoint paths from source to destination dynamically.
The configuration exercises include:
- Defining BGP Color communities
- SR Policy configuration with Explicit Path
- SR Policy configuration with Dynamic Path
- SR Policy configuration with SR PCE and Dynamic Disjoint Path for Single headend
- SR Policy configuration with SR PCE and Dynamic Disjoint Path for Multiple headends
- SR Policy configuration with Explicit Path and Adjacency SID