I have searched around a bit about route leaking between GRT and VRF. I have found many examples that work well in VRFlite situations where you can add static routes over interfaces that are part of a VRF. However I did not find an example that helped me understand how to bring the routing information out of the MPLS part of the network (interfaces with 'mpls ip' configured) to the global routing table. My problem is that on these interfaces I do nat have a specific VRF; all allowed VRF can use the interface. And therefore a static route over this interface for a specific VRF does not seem to help. Has anybody been successful in configuring this?
Can you please elaborate bit more on your question as could not understand fully your traffic requirement.
As it seems that we want to to bring mpls interface into GRT which are already there..I know I am not getting on your question but would be helpful if you can explain bit more may be with help of a digram..
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Cisco Software Manager Server
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