So I've found ways to exchange routes between VRF's with a BGP Af configuration, as well as the global keyword on static routes, but what I'm trying to do is to get connected Global routes into a VRF, is this possible? If so can someone point me in the right direction? I want to have multiple VRF's with different default routes, while also allow some global prefixes into the VRF?
Aswell as doing it the manual way of adding vrf static routes pointing to a next hop in the global table, and redistributing this into the vrf igp, you can also use the ipv4 import feature to import from the global table into the vrf table, check out;
Thank you all this has been helpful. One other question along the same lines, how about getting multiple default routes into the same VRF, for example another default from another VRF for redundancy. Say I have 2 static routes in two different VRF's and I have EIGRP running within a VRF. How can I get VRF B's default into the VRF A eigrp topology?
1. Introduction Internet security is important with the increasing
attacks that are happening every day. Many internet and browsing
security solutions exist, but some are not very easy to use or maybe the
question is how can I enable them? In this referen...
Cisco Software Manager Server API Guide This document describes the
programmatic interfaces, RESTful APIs, which are supported by Cisco
Software Manager Server (CSM Server). Overview CSM Server supports a set
of finite RESTful APIs. The first step to use ...
If you are using Cisco's new linux-based Cisco Software Manager server,
then you probably want to make sure there is a startup service for
it.I'll assume that you've already installed the CSM server on a
systemd-based linux system. The commands given belo...