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fsebera
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4 Instances of RIP on Nexus

show feature reveals 4 instances of "RIP" (not enabled at this point).

Does this mean since the Nexus 5020 supports 4 VDCs, I can have an instances of RIP in each VDC?

N5k# sh feature | i State|rip

Feature Name          Instance  State  
rip                   1         disabled
rip                   2         disabled
rip                   3         disabled
rip                   4         disabled

 

N5k# sh mod
Mod Ports Module-Type                       Model                  Status
--- ----- --------------------------------- ---------------------- ------------
1   40    40x10GE/Supervisor                N5K-C5020P-BF-SUP      active *

 

N5k# sh ver | i image
  kickstart image file is: bootflash:///n5000-uk9-kickstart.5.2.1.N1.7.bin
  system image file is:    bootflash:///n5000-uk9.5.2.1.N1.7.bin

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Reza Sharifi
Hall of Fame Expert

I don't believe the 5000 series support VDCs.

 

 

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Mark Malone
VIP Mentor

Its how many individual sets of rip it supports , so 4 of rip , 16 of ospf and eigrp

meaning you can have 16 separate instances router ospf 1 /router ospf 2 etc each time you enable an instance it gets used up in the feature list

 

lab# sh run | i router
  ip router eigrp 1
router ospf 1
router ospf 2
 

ospf                  1         enabled
ospf                  2         enabled
ospf                  3         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  4         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  5         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  6         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  7         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  8         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  9         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  10        enabled (not-running)
ospf                  11        enabled (not-running)
ospf                  12        enabled (not-running)
ospf                  13        enabled (not-running)
ospf                  14        enabled (not-running)
 

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Reza Sharifi
Hall of Fame Expert

I don't believe the 5000 series support VDCs.

 

 

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Mark Malone
VIP Mentor

Its how many individual sets of rip it supports , so 4 of rip , 16 of ospf and eigrp

meaning you can have 16 separate instances router ospf 1 /router ospf 2 etc each time you enable an instance it gets used up in the feature list

 

lab# sh run | i router
  ip router eigrp 1
router ospf 1
router ospf 2
 

ospf                  1         enabled
ospf                  2         enabled
ospf                  3         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  4         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  5         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  6         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  7         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  8         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  9         enabled (not-running)
ospf                  10        enabled (not-running)
ospf                  11        enabled (not-running)
ospf                  12        enabled (not-running)
ospf                  13        enabled (not-running)
ospf                  14        enabled (not-running)
 

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Ahhh, so it has nothing to do with Virtual Device Context (VDC). It appears the multiple instances are very similar to IOS but just not managed the same way on NX-OS.

 

And as just pointed out below, the N5K doesn't support VDCs.

Thanks guys!

Frank