I have a Network and we have many VRF and almost every VRF has their on internet link. One VRF A has 20 Mbps internet link which is very slow. VRF B has 500 Mbps internet link. Now we want shift the VRF A internet traffic to 500 Mbps link. I have created static route and performed route leaking but i did not work. I have used same static routing pattern which is being used by VRF B.
Would be best to view your existing configuration to see how you are currently performing the routing however it may be just be as simple as advetising a default route into your vrfA table to point to the global route next-hop of internetB
however without seeing your current setup it would be hard to confirm-
ip route vrfA 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0. (Nexthop) global
kind regards Paul
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