• Author : Deeksha Srivastava

 
 

Redistribution of leaked routes into IGPs

Description VRF Route leaking can be used when routes from one VRF are required in another VRF (e.g. in case of shared services). If VrfLeak Agent is being used to leak routes, the leaked routes (in destination VRF) can be redistributed into IGPs. This feature adds support for the following: Redistribution of leaked static, connected, Ospf, and IS-IS routes into Ospf Redistribution of leaked static, connected, and Ospf routes into IS-IS Platform compatibility Redistribution of leaked routes is supported on all EOS devices, but only with the routing system in multi-agent mode. Configuration Redistribution of leaked routes into OSPF Redistribution...
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Redistribution of leaked routes into IGPs

Description When there are multiple VRFs on the device and there is a need to share routes between them, typically for shared services, such routes are called leaked routes. For more info on inter VRF route leaking, please refer to the article in Resources section. Once leaking is done in the destination VRF, these leaked routes can be redistributed into IGPs.  This feature adds support for the following: Redistribution of leaked static, connected, Ospf, and IS-IS routes into Ospf Redistribution of leaked static, connected, and Ospf routes into IS-IS Platform compatibility Redistribution of leaked routes is supported on all EOS...
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Route Map – Match Interface Support in Multi-Agent

Description This feature adds support for ‘match interface’ clause under route-map config for Bgp policy application in multi-agent model. This feature may be used when a policy to filter routes on the basis of the resolved interface of a route is desired. A route-map can be used at various application points to filter routes based on the policy but ‘match interface’ is supported  only for specific application points. For such applications when a route-map with ‘match interface’ clause is applied, the interface of the resolved nexthop of each route is matched against the interface specified in route-map and the route...
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4 Byte ASDOT Notation Support

Description This feature allows a user to configure Autonomous System Number (ASN) in Asdot notation and get the ASN in output of Bgp show commands either in Asplain or Asdot notation depending on a knob. ASN is a 32 bit integer value ranging from 0 to 4294967295. According to RFC-5396, there can be following formats for representing AS numbers: Asplain Represents AS number as a decimal integer. Range: 0 – 4294967295 Example: ASN: 42949672950 => Asplain: 4294967290 Asdot+ Represents all AS numbers using a notation of two integer values joined by a period character: <high order 16-bit value in decimal>.<low...
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