my CE router is connected to two PE routers in Provider edge in MPLS VPN. I need to configure my CE router to forwared traffic to PE1 router as primary and PE2 as secondary. How do I configure in MPLS VRF. Please help me.
If it's just a question of preferring one path rather than another, you usually generally do that with routing metrics. When you bring VRF into the situation, you often try to keep the two routing domains separate (although it's possible to move traffic between them). Could you further clarify what you are trying to achieve? (I.e. why you believe you need VRF.)
Normally you wouldn't need to do anything with vrf's when the provider has MPLS PE routers. The CE is in this case a normal layer 3 device and you can set it up as any other router. Since the provider has an MPLS backbone and PE routers it's more than likely he already has BGP in place. He can control which PE is primary if you set up BGP as well by using metrics
EIGRP will not be used by any provider. If, as I suspect, the SP hands off a standard L3 link it should be easy to configure. However, most providers in these cases prefer BGP since that gives them the necessary routing information. If you have no AS you can use any private ASN. You can import the EIGRP routes in BGP, although you may want to filter what to import with a route-filter.
Well if you want to loadbalance you need to add the command traffic-share balanced in your eigrp config. If your links have unequal costs you should also add "variance ". But you should check with your provider to avoid suboptimal routing on your return traffic.
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