• Author : Mark Katterheinrich

 
 

Inter-VRF Local Route leaking using VRF-leak Agent

Introduction The use of Virtual Routing Forwarding (VRF) to provide a level of segmentation is common practice. In order for traffic to communicate between VRFs, a firewall is generally part of the design. However, situations exist where it is not desirable to place the traffic load between VRFs on the firewall. This article provides a basic solution to leak routes from one VRF to another allowing select subnets to communicate directly. Platforms EOS Switch Versions 4.22F and above Description The Inter-VRF local route leaking feature allows the leaking of routes from one VRF to another using a route map as...
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