By default, a cisco router will filter out prefixes that contain a route-target that is not use locally on that router.
This check is disabled when you configure a route-reflector-client, since the client may need one of those routes.
On an ASBR that IS already a RR, you don't need to mess with this command because the rt filter check is already turned off.
However, if your ASBR is not a RR ( or doesn't have a particular VPN configured locally) and you need to advertise VPN prefixes to another AS, then you need to turn this check off or the ASBR will filter out the prefixes when they are received from its internal peers, so it will not have them to advertise to another else. In this case, you would do a "no bgp default route-target filter" on the ASBR so the routes are accepted even though they will not be used locally.
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