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Sourced Based VRFs and IPSEC

Hi All,

I have 2 questions.

1) Does Cisco Router 7600 with SUP720 3BXL supports VRF Selection based on Source IP Address [Layer 3 VPNs]?

2) We have various clients reaching a Router and we want to forward them to a their company's VRFs, based on their source address (Given by Radius or Statically). Now, Ideally, we want to give to the customer's H.Q. the option to connect to this router using Leased Lines (or Frame Relays) or by using IPSEC (over the internet). Is this possible? Can traffic from an access server arrive to an interface and based on the source, the user will be either forwarded to a VRF or an IPSEC?

Regards.

Regards.

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Re: Sourced Based VRFs and IPSEC

1) This feature is not currently available on the 7600.

Hope this helps,

Harold Ritter
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Re: Sourced Based VRFs and IPSEC

Hello,

a solution to xour problem could be to have a VRF aware access server and place the customers into their respective VRF right away (the feature is called Multi-VRF aka VRF-lite). IPSec and Dialer interfaces are possible. Based on authentication you could define the VRF and by having a dot1Q trunk to the 7600 which operates as the MPLS PE.

A second option is to have the trunk to the 7600, VLANs in different VRFs and to do PBR into different VLANs on the CE router/access server.

Hope this helps! please rate all posts.

Regards, Martin

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Re: Sourced Based VRFs and IPSEC

Well the problem is that the access-server is not under our Administration Control.

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