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How can we export a VRF route into Global Routing table ?

I have a Campus Network with in one VLAN is a secured VLAN with VRF. How can i make that Users access Internet via the Global Routing table.  I was able to import the Default route into the VRF using BGP Communities but any way to advertise my VRF LAN to Global routing table ?.

thanks

Balaji

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Re: How can we export a VRF route into Global Routing table ?

Hi Bakaji,

The easiest way is probably to just use a static route, but there are other options using route maps and policy routing. Here's a whitepaper that outlines a few of the options.

Configure Route Leaking between Global and VRF Routing Table without using Next-hop - Cisco

Matt

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Re: How can we export a VRF route into Global Routing table ?

I think you can use import and export functionality too (import ipv4 unicast <route-map>)

Configure Route Leaking between Global and VRF Routing Table without using Next-hop - Cisco


Export command is also available  starting from IOS 15.2(4)S

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Re: How can we export a VRF route into Global Routing table ?

Hi,

this is the starting point to import a route in GRT from VRF:

  • global-address-family ipv4 unicast
    • route-replicate from vrf ?

      •   WORD    Source VRF name

      •   global  global VRF

        HTH

        Regards

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