I have configured a logical tunnel between my master-routing-instance and a additional routing-instance. I tested the same config (except IP addresses) on my lab-system and on one of our other core-routers => Working! But on this router, it doesn't work and I can't see the differences.

I have configured the tunnel-services for this fpc (fpc 0, pic 3) like this:

fpc 0 {
    pic 3 {
        tunnel-services {
            bandwidth 1g;
    sampling-instance sampling0;

And the routing-instance like this: instance-type virtual-router; interface lt-0/3/10.10; routing-options { static { route next-hop X.X.X.165; } } And the lt-interface like this: show configuration interfaces lt-0/3/10 unit 10 { encapsulation ethernet; peer-unit 11; family inet { address X.X.X.166/30; } } unit 11 { encapsulation ethernet; peer-unit 10; family inet { address X.X.X.165/30; } }

Now I expected to be able to ping from the routing-instance into my master-instance like this:ping X.X.X.165 routing-instance RI

But it isn't working.

Has anybody a clue?

P.S.: When I ping from master to routing-instance, the output-bytes counter of the lt-end in the routing-instance increase, what means that the routing-instance replies with echo-reply-packets. But the input-counter of the lt-end in the master instance doesn't receive them as the input counter does not count incoming packets....

Thanks in advance!

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