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mediaos718
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VRF Route Leaking

See attached diagram:

 

I need to do the following:

 

(NOTE: The Firewall and the EIGRP are connected to VRF-C / REMOTE SITE and TRANSIT routers are in the same location)

 

  • For VRF-B to Communicate with VRF-C, the traffic has to go through the transit site then to the MAIN SITE then go back the transit (entering the VRF-C)
  • For VRF-B to reach subnet 10.10.10.0/24, the traffic goes to the MAIN SITE AND BACK to the transit through VRF-C.
  • If the TRANSIT is down, VRF-B has no way to reach the MAIN SITE via the EIGRP link.

 

What do I need to do to accomplish the following goals without introducing loops:

 

  • To allow VRF-B to reach subnet 10.10.10.0/24 without going to the main site. I did a route import in the TRANSIT router – That did not work for me (I tried it in GNS maybe because of the old IOS).
  • If the link between TRANSIT AND MAIN SITE is down, I want VRF-B to be able to use the EIGRP link to reach the MAIN SITE.

 

 

 

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MHM Cisco World
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Hi, 
transit site are there any Host connect to VRF or you want only to forward it to Main Site?

There is not host connected on TRANSIT - Just forwarding to MAIN SITE.

If so why you don’t config gre tunnel to send traffic from remote to main and make share in main site only?