Multiple DMVPNs within separate VRF's using crypto keyring
I have deployed ASR's within a service provider environment acting as the DMVPN hubs for multiple customers networks contained within their own VRFs.
In each case from the tunnel perspective the iVRF and fVRF are the same for a specific customer and crypto key rings are used to associate pre-shared-keys.
When the box was first deployed a test network was built without using keyrings, but still using the VRF's as shown in the snippet. However I cannot get the configuration to work using keyrings, hence cannot add additional customers. It would appear that IKE phase 2 is not completing.
An initial bug scrub has come up clear so I'm guessing i must be missing something.
Current firmware: Cisco IOS Software, IOS-XE Software (PPC_LINUX_IOSD-ADVENTERPRISEK9-M), Version 15.0(1)S)
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