[nsp] BGP MPLS Management VPN

Zaheer Aziz zaziz@cisco.com
Tue, 23 Jul 2002 16:08:34 -0700

At 02:22 PM 7/23/2002 -0400, Ravichander Vaidyanathan wrote:

>I am in the process of a setting up a Management VPN for configuration of
>CE routers, and the mgt stations sit behind a VRF on a PE router. The
>intent is to manage the PE and P routers as well from behind the VRF. I
>attempted to set up some static routes from the VRF to the PE/P routers
>and vice versa, but am unable to get connectivity, except to the directly
>attached PE router. Can anyone help me out with some sample configuration?
>My network looks like this:
>     Mgt station -------PE -------P1---etc.
>on the PE router:
>ip route vrf MGT_VPN Eth1/3 <P1 - IP address>

ip route vrf MGT_VPN Eth1/3 <P1 - IP address> global

try with global keyword at the end of your static vrf route.
>ip route <mgt_station> <mask> Eth2/0
>! to redistribute the mgt station
>router ospf X
>  redistribute static subnets
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