[j-nsp] Rib groups
Rafal Szarecki (WA/EPO)
rafal.szarecki at ericsson.com
Wed Mar 1 04:20:43 EST 2006
The use of rib-groups to atchive router leakinkg fron VRF to VRF on single PE is old scool way. In modern Junos releases you have "auto-export" feature.(I do not remember the version when auto-export arrive. Is supported at least all 7.x and most of 6.x).
With auto-export you can use route-tardet extended community to controll which routes will be leaked between VRFs.
Still rib-group way is valid and supported. They also offer much more flrxibility and as methodology is not linited to VRFs, as auto-export is. So is good to understand rib-group, but is auto-export do what you expect then this is simplest way.
(auto-export configuration knob makes behaviour of JNPR PE closer to Cisco PE)
Rafał Jan Szarecki JNCIE #136
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> Piyush Diwedi (GR/EIL)
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> Subject: [j-nsp] Rib groups
> I have a small GPRS network with 2 M10i routers.
> These routers work in redundant fashion.
> In the config of the router there are rib-groups configured
> which are importing one vrf table to another vrf.
> So my question is that if I have to exchange routes between
> two VRF;s is rib-groups only a way out.
> Kindly reply
> Piyush Dwivedi
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