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Comment: clarify VLAN and VXLAN can't have the same ID

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titleL3-VNI
  • There is a one-to-one mapping between a layer 3 VNI and a tenant (VRF).
  • The VRF to layer 3 VNI mapping has to be consistent across all VTEPs. The layer 3 VNI has to be provisioned by the operator.
  • Layer 3 VNI and layer 2 VNI cannot share the same number space; that is, you cannot have vlan10 and vxlan10 for example. Otherwise, the layer 2 VNI does not get created.
  • In an MLAG configuration, the SVI used for the layer 3 VNI cannot be part of the bridge. This ensures that traffic tagged with that VLAN ID is not forwarded on the peer link or other trunks.

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