static route leaking ... Is there a similar command to JUNOS "next-table"
Would like your assistance please regarding below
Is there a similar command to JUNOS "next-table" in Cisco ?
Would like to do MPLS VPN route leaking between 2 vrfs. route-targets can not be used as I am only receiving default route so leaking default route is never a good idea. Problem I can't use static route as there is no next-hop/interface being an MPLS network
What I wish is to define specific static routes and tell router to search in a different VRF for the next-hop/interface. From what I can see is that leaking with static route can only be done by specifying an interface that is in a different vrf
;i.e ip route vrf blue x.x.x.x 255.255.255.255 fa0/1 10.0.0.0.2
interface fa0/1 ip vrf forwarding green ip address 10.0.0.1 255.255.255.0
Lets say I am having 2 VRFs on router R1 ; vrf orange and vrf green.
vrf orange is importing RT 1:1 from MP-BGP/MPLS that includes among many prefix 10.0.0.0/24 .
Now there are users in vrf green who want to access servers within same prefix however restriction that you should not do use import/export nor do changes in remote side thats why I was thinking of Juniper command "next-table"
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