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VRF.. are you using it??

What are you using VRF for?? meaning what type of traffic. I thought I could use VRF to segregate traffic within the network...for example we are a hospital and we provide "guest network access" which goes out a totally separate internet link. So I thought based on what i read on VRF I could use it to totally segregate the guest traffic.

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

Re: VRF.. are you using it??

Alex,

This is actually the perfect application for deploying VRFs.

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Harold Ritter
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Re: VRF.. are you using it??

1 VRF for "in house" traffic

1 VRF for Business partner traffic.

Your idea is the correct application for a vrf

Super Bronze

Re: VRF.. are you using it??

As the other posters have noted, what you describe might be a good application for VRF.

In some respects, think of VFR to L3 as VLANs are to L2.

Re: VRF.. are you using it??

I use VRF's for our VoIP environment (among other things). Like the others said, your situation would work well with VRF's.

New Member

Re: VRF.. are you using it??

really for VoIP...you still doing QoS?

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