VXLAN routing with EVPN

Modern-day data centers are moving from layer 2 to layer 3 architectures to take advantage of a vast array of benefits. However, some distributed applications, load balancers, and storage appliances still require layer 2 connectivity to communicate. This technical guide walks you through the basics of VXLAN routing with EVPN, how this impacts layer 2 and layer 3 designs, and some basic configurations.

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