[c-nsp] IOS XR OSPF redistribute to eBGP

Aaron aaron1 at gvtc.com
Fri Apr 22 19:50:26 EDT 2016

Since you are talking about vrf routes into bgp I guess you don't need RT's
but I'm not entirely sure... I see you don't have RT's in your vrf.

I wonder if you need the network/23 in the vrf context under bgp... like...

router bgp 65201
vrf OM_InBand_TME_PE
 Network x.x.x.x/23

...here's my vrf context under my bgp for network's I advertise to my isp...

router bgp 64512
 vrf one
  address-family ipv4 unicast
   aggregate-address summary-only
   aggregate-address summary-only

   remote-as 6789
   local-as 1369 no-prepend replace-as
   address-family ipv4 unicast
    route-policy ipv4-allow-in in
    route-policy ipv4-allow-out out

...also, I'm not sure of the difference between "done" and "pass" in a
route-policy... but I use "pass"

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:eng-lab-9k-1(config-rpl)#if destination in testit then ?
  done              Accept this route with no further processing
  pass              Pass this route for further processing

...here's my outbound...

route-policy ipv4-allow-out
  if destination in send-to-isp then

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:grdn-9k#sh run prefix-set send-to-isp
Fri Apr 22 18:30:47.346 CDT
prefix-set send-to-isp,,

I don't see your inbound route-policy.... so maybe that's a problem too for
getting the 0/0 route from your isp...

Here's my inbound to allow 0/0 from my isp...

route-policy ipv4-allow-in

- Aaron

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