• Author : Pete

 
 

Serving NTP to clients in multiple VRFs

Description The NTP service in EOS may be configured to act as an NTP server for other devices as clients.  Previously, all clients had to be reachable in the same VRF used to reach the NTP server to which EOS is synchronized. (In this document we call it the primary NTP VRF.)  This feature allows us to serve clients reachable in VRFs other than the primary NTP VRF.  This can be achieved by configuring serve all vrf for a specific VRF or by configuring ntp serve on an interface that is in a VRF other than the primary NTP VRF....
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Connected routes for VARP subnets

Description Virtual-ARP (VARP) allows multiple switches to simultaneously route packets from a common IP address in an active-active router configuration by configuring a virtual IP on an interface.  Source ARP with a virtual IP  is an existing feature where a virtual IP address may optionally be configured with a subnet.  When configured, all ARP request packets will use the virtual IP and MAC address in the ARP header for addresses that match a configured virtual subnet.  Prior to this feature, static routes needed to be configured to associate the virtual subnets with the local interfaces on which the virtual IP...
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