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Problems removing VRF

We have a customer that has tried to emove a VRF name from a 7206VXR, which although appears to have gone, is still present from a show ip vrf command. Apparently they cannot clear the route table on the VRF as it states that it does not exist, but it is causing problems with the customer at the other end.

Not a lot of info I'm afraid, but does anybody have any suggestions/ideas where the problem may be?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Problems removing VRF

It is possible to remove the VRF policies from selected interfaces, only when the interfaces are in a managed state and they are already associated with the VRF policy.

To associate a VRF policy with one or more selected interfaces, proceed as follows:

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Step 1 Right click on the chassis object and choose Configuration> Interface> MPLS> VRF Association. The VRF Association window appears, with the VRF tab displayed.

Step 2 Choose a Chassis, and one or more Modules and Interfaces from the list displayed at the left of the window. For further information, see the "VRF Association Window__EMDASH__Detailed Description" section. You can multi select interfaces and modules but only one chassis.

Note : To select a contiguous block of interfaces or modules, click on the first; then, hold down the Shift key and click on the entry at the end of the group to be added. To add a non-contiguous entry to the selection group, hold down the Ctrl (Control) key and click on the entry to be added. A subsequent click anywhere on the window deselects all previous selections.

Step 3 Click the Remove button to remove the VRF policy from the interface. An Action Report window appears to inform you if the VRF policy has failed to be removed successfully.

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