I have managed to set up a vrf and it's working from one end to the other, so my problem is to set up a multi vrf ce to communicate with PE1, PE2 and finally the ce on the other side. Can I run 2 VPN's on one router but by means of sub-interfaces with two different VRF's?
Do I need configure the address-family on the ce with the neighbor of the PE for both vrf's?
I did not create the address family on the CE for the one I configured since it was a single vrf. I only applied the VRF forwarding on the sub-interface of the PE. I understand there is no need to configure the address-family on the CE, the only thing that I need to do is to configure neighbor x.x.x.x send-label, but where do I do this on the address-family or router BGP AS on global config?
To everyone who participated in this thread, Thank you very much and I appreciate everything you doing for me. I find this forum so helpful and fruitful. So I have grown so much in cisco networks due to you good people.. please, please, please keep up the good work.
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