Reference the screenshot below captured on a v4.2 fabric. Does it mean if I have both OSPF and BGP configured under the same L3Out, BGP would take precedence over OSPF for advertising fabric BD prefixes externally? If so, it is something new I learned I guess...
What about one L3Out using OSPF and another L3Out using BGP under the same VRF? Does this restriction/limitation still apply?
Ticking BOTH boxes (BGP and OSPF) does not enable both protocols to run as if you had completed two configurations.
Thankfully, the messages that appear in the L3Out wizard make this clearer now than it was in previous versions. What you are actually configuring is BGP, but by checking the OSPF box you are saying that OSPF is your IGP when using BGP multi-hop and rather than using a static route to peer it uses OSPF learning. It does not talk OSFP.
[Many thanks for my colleague TC for helping with this answer]
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So if I read your reply correctly, multiple routing protocols under a single L3Out is not possible? If so, I would do a EIGRP L3Out, an OSPF L3Out and a BGP L3Out if I needed to advertise a BD subnet into multiple protocols concurrently?