Hi there, Currently we are testing Cisco's EVN solution.
I have two VRF's.
Within each VRF, I have an OSPF process running. Using the route-replicate command, including the route-map addition which calls an ACL within a prefix-list, I am able to successfully replicate routes in between the VRF's.
vrf definition VRF-1
route-replicate from vrf VRF-2 unicast ospf 2 route-map FROM_VRF-2_TO_VRF-1
vrf defintion VRF-2
adress-family ipv4 route-replicate from vrf VRF-1 unicast ospf 1 route-map FROM_VRF-1_TO_VRF-2
router ospf 1 vrf VRF-1 network x.x.x.x y.y.y.y area 0
router ospf 2 vrf VRF-2 network x.x.x.x y.y.y.y area 1
ip prefix-list FROM_VRF-1_TO_VRF-2 seq 5 permit 100.100.100.0/24
ip prefix-list FROM_VRF-2_TO_VRF-1 seq 5 permit 100.100.100.0/24
ip prefix-list FROM_VRF-2_TO_VRF-1 seq 10 permit 22.214.171.124/24
route-map FROM_VRF-1_TO_VRF-2 permit 10
match ip address prefix-list FROM FROM_VRF-1_TO_VRF-2
ip prefix-list FROM_VRF-2_TO_VRF-1 permit 10
match ip address prefix-list FROM FROM_VRF-2_TO_VRF-1
Although after expanding the prefix-list (route 126.96.36.199/24), used within the route-map statement, the specific route isn't automatically replicated within the other VRF"s RIB.
Only after manually clearing both OSPF processes ("clear ip ospf process"), the new route is added to the neighbour's VRF.
I have waited for 1800 seconds before clearing the process, but that didn't help either.
Shouldn't their be a way this new route 188.8.131.52/24 gets replicated automatically?
kind regards Dion Dohmen
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