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Re: route leaking from global to vrf when there is no VRF interfaces. posted 11/16/2008
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I think this is what you want?

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk436/tk428/technologies_configuration_example09186a00801445fb.shtml



On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 9:05 AM, Carlos Trujillo <
carlos.trujillo.jimenez@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> HI group.
>
> Im having a simple MPLS VPN scenario between PE4s:
>
>
> [CE]-----[PE1]----[P]-----[PE(BORDER)]------[ISP1]
>
>
> I give a brief description about the topology shown:
>
> There is an MP-IBGP peering between PE1 and PE(BORDER).
> PE1 has its CE interface associated to CLIENT VRF, and PE(BORDER) has
> all of its interfaces associated to the global routing table.
> PE(BORDER) also has the VRF created but none interface attached to the
> vrf, so It can see the routes sourced from CE.
>
> What I want is to give CE routing connectivity to ISP1 (internet), so
> the data path a packet takes when it leaves CE router it
> follows PE1, then it travels in the MPLS VPN to PE(BORDER) and then I
> leak that route from the VPN to the global table using static
> routes, and then the packet succesfully enters the ISP router, so at
> this point its working OK.
>
> For the return packet I cant make the packet who comes from an
> interface of the global table to enter the VRF TABLE (vpn) and travels
> via the VPN to PE1.
>
>
> I saw two examples found in cisco.com showing how to leak from VRF TO
> global and from global to VRF, and in both cases it uses static routes
> pointing
> to an outbound interface and a next hop, but my scenario is different
> to them in that PE(BORDER) router has all of its interfaces attached
> to the global
> routing table, and If I create a static route, to what outbound
> interface do I point to? if all of its interfaces belong to the global
> routing table.
>
>
> Please If any have an idea how to let it work?
>
>
> Thanks.
> # 21813 R&S
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