I had a deployment a few months ago where we were running MGCP on our WAN edge devices and running VRF. What we needed to do is put the voice network(s) in the "native" routing instance and move everything else to vrf routing instances.
Since vrf is local to the box and no router outside of the voice gateway was aware of the particulars around the local vrf instances, we were able to achieve the same degree of separation. In essence, we solved the same requirements with a different configuration approach.
Now this wouldn't be the case if you were running mpls-vpn and the voice gateway was responsible for pushing or popping labels.
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