[j-nsp] Upstream Traffic Manipulation Question
Walaa Abdel razzak
walaaez at bmc.com.sa
Sun Oct 11 09:04:38 EDT 2009
The internet traffic is in VRF but at customer side not my side. We have only eBGP between me and customer. The customer preferred to modify the local preference at his PE routers to select the defult routes. Thanks for your help.
Walaa Abdel Razzak
From: Stefan Fouant [mailto:sfouant at gmail.com]
Sent: Tue 06/10/2009 19:01
To: Walaa Abdel razzak
Cc: William Jackson; juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net
Subject: Re: [j-nsp] Upstream Traffic Manipulation Question
On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 4:00 AM, Walaa Abdel razzak <walaaez at bmc.com.sa> wrote:
Yes, The customer are putting all internet traffic in VRF.
Should be pretty easy then, if the internet traffic is already in a VRF, you should be able to accomplish your goals by simply using route-target-import and route-target-export commands to dynamically leak prefixes into the appropriate VRFs. If your particular source subnets are already constrained to a particular VRF (via interface to VRF binding) you won't even need to do the Filter-Based-Forwarding stuff as they will already be constrained to a particular routing-instance.
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