OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.1.0

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Configure non-default VRF instances

In addition to a management VRF instance and default VRF, OS 10 also supports non-default VRF instances. You can create up to a maximum of 16 non-default VRF instances.

While you can assign management interfaces only to the management VRF instance, you can assign any physical or logical interface – VLAN, port channel or loopback, to a non-default VRF instance.

When you create a new non-default VRF instance, OS10 does not assign any interface to it. You can assign to the new VRF instance any of existing physical or logical interfaces, provided they are not already assigned to another non-default VRF.

  • NOTE: When you create a new logical interface, OS10 assigns it automatically to the default VRF instance. In addition, OS10 initially assigns all physical interfaces to the default VRF instance.

You can reassign any interface assigned to a non-default VRF instance back to the default VRF instance.

Create a non-default VRF instance by specifying a name and enter VRF configuration mode. CONFIGURATION ip vrf vrf-name

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