Can anyone tell me how I could see all the prefixes imported/exported by particular RT? Is there any command which will show me which prefixes are imported into the VRF as a result of 1 of the many configured RTs for that VRF?
These show commands seem fine but they will show all the routes in the VRF table (imported routes) or all routes exported to a neighbour( second command)
What I was looking for is how to see the routes imported/exported by a perticular RT.
eg. I might have 3 different import RTs and also might have different export RTs for the same VRF.
The commands that you suggested would give me the cumulative result. Is there some command using which I could see exactly which routes are imported/exported by a particular RT from a set of RTs that I have configured for the same VRF.
Sorry I misunderstood what you were looking for. Looks like Martin got you hooked up. He's quite good at that!
I'm partial to the cumulative view in that I can verify that I don't any unwanted routes caused by faulty policy. Not such a big deal when you are just doing RT import/export, but things can get hairy when you are using route-maps on vpnv4 peers or in the vrf.
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