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The same ospf area for different vrfs

minh_hieu
Beginner
Beginner

Hi community,

Is it possible to have the same ospf area for different vrfs. I know  theorically it is possible but I wonder about potential issues, risks or it may  be a bad design...

Please share your view on it.

Thanks and regards,

Hieu​

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Mohamed Sobair
Rising star
Rising star

Hello,

Each VRF is a Seperate Logical Router, when you have different VRFs, you have different Routing Processes, So its not a problem to configure the Same OSPF Areas for different VRF OSPF Processes.

Regards,

Mohamed

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shivjain
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi

You can craete without any hassle as righlty pointed by Mohamed.

This is the advantage of using VRF that every customer thinks the network is fully owned by them.

regards

Shivlu Jain

www.mplsvpn.info

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Mohamed Sobair
Rising star
Rising star

Hello,

Each VRF is a Seperate Logical Router, when you have different VRFs, you have different Routing Processes, So its not a problem to configure the Same OSPF Areas for different VRF OSPF Processes.

Regards,

Mohamed

shivjain
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi

You can craete without any hassle as righlty pointed by Mohamed.

This is the advantage of using VRF that every customer thinks the network is fully owned by them.

regards

Shivlu Jain

www.mplsvpn.info

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