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Two VRFs into Only One

Hi all, this is my post, I need to integrate two VRFs, that is, a Banking corporation will expand its operations and will integrate with a financial group. These two, are customers of the same service provider, and represent each a different VRF. Now I need to integrate them into one. The Question...How can I do to solve the problem of same LAN Subnets..?...Same WAN Subnes..?..Do I need to necessarily change the IP scheme of one of the two VRFs before I can proceed with the integartion?

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Re: Two VRFs into Only One

Hector,

This is no different from merging two networks outside of the VRF context. You either need to renumber the overlapping networks or use NAT (or even double NAT in some cases).

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Harold Ritter
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