Hello. I am trying to do some SRTE simulations and I am using both IOS XR and IOS XE.
With IOS XR, I was able to set the color of routes coming from a CPE by using inbound route-policy.
However whenever I try this with IOS XE, nothing happens. What I need to do is to apply the route-map outbound to remote peer (i.e. route reflector). Whenever I apply the color set outbound to remote VPNv4 peer, the remote PE receives the route with the appropriate color. Coloring the prefix inbound from the CPE has no effect.
route-map COLOR_RED, permit, sequence 10 Match clauses: Set clauses: extended community Color:20 Policy routing matches: 0 packets, 0 bytes
Is this really a limitation of IOSXE and only allowed in IOSXR or I'm missing something? Thanks in advance.
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