[j-nsp] Offlist: Missing route in routing-instance

Thomas Mangin thomas.mangin at exa-networks.co.uk
Fri Nov 17 17:14:07 EST 2006

Erdem Sener wrote:

> You can define firewall filters under main router and then apply then
> whereever you want under logical-routers.

Yes, you can use filters defined under the main router and use them with
the logical router but ...

It seems to cause issue when you are using a routing-instance defined in
the logical router.

The commit check and commit seems to work fine (with a warning that the
routing-instance is not existing, which is not good) but the traffic
never reach the destination.

Thomas Mangin
Exa Networks - AS30740

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