I am running 2 VRF's between a CE and PE
*VRF's name: DATA and SECURITY
*In the PE - I do route leaking (Importing the routes in each VRF).
*In the CE, I expected the DATA routes in the SECURITY table and I expected the SECURITY routed in the DATA table
*I do not have any route maps.
*In the PE, I see the advertised touter to the neighbors (or to the CE).
*In the CE, i do not see the received-routes.
See attached for the show commands.
*Yes, the backup link will be connected in R7 in the DATA VRF and will be running EIGRP. I am going to redistribute the EIGRP routes into BGP.
*Once R3 learns the routes via EBGP (DATA VRF)- I am going to leak them into the SECURITY VRF in R3 -- So that the routes can go back down to R7 in the SECURITY VRF Table.
I do lab for OSPF/EIGRP
this is single link "port"if you use ethernet then :-
1- you can config vrf-lite
vrf-lite use encapsulation dot1q and hence can make two separate interface for same port.
2- you can config VLAN
one vlan for Data
other vlan for voice
each vlan use separate vrf.
this make Site have two path one via OSPF/EIGRP other via eBGP