Posted on September 25, 2019 7:23 pm
 |  Asked by elukss
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In my lab I have 2xDCS-7050S-52-F configured in MLAG.
In default vrf I configured ospf, all is working fine:

> sh running-config section ospf
interface Vlan4093
ip address
ip ospf bfd
ip ospf hello-interval 30
ip ospf network point-to-point
router ospf 100
auto-cost reference-bandwidth 40000
passive-interface default
no passive-interface Vlan4093
redistribute connected
redistribute static
area default-cost 110
network area
max-lsa 12000

Now I decide to configure new vrf’s.
Question – how is correct way to redistribute vrf routes between switches in all vrf’s using ospf?


Posted by Prithvish Nembhani
Answered on October 22, 2019 9:03 am

Hi Elukss,

From what I understand you have a peering in default vrf at the moment and you wish to distribute routes received in other vrf over the peering in default vrf.

From a high level, I could think of 2 ways to achieve.
1. Create an OSPF peering in different vrfs and distribute routes.
2. Leak specific routes from a vrf to another.

Following a certain ways to achieve the second solution.

For the first solution, you can refer to the user manual.

The methods suggested were recently introduced in EOS and might require a recent code release.
Would you like to know what code are we running?

If this needs to be discussed further feel free to open up a case with support by writing at

Hope this helps!


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