OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.1.0

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Configuring a static route for a non-default VRF instance

  • Configure a static route in a non-default VRF instance. Static routes contain IP addresses of the next-hop neighbors that are reachable through the non-default VRF. These IP addresses could also belong to the interfaces that are part of the non-default VRF instance. CONFIGURATION ip route vrf vrf- name ip-address mask next-hop-ip-address or ipv6 route vrf vrf-name ipv6-address prefix-length next-hp[=ipv6–address For example: ip route vrf red 10.1.1.5/24 10.1.1.6 or ipv6 route vrf red 2::/64 3::1
  • Configure the route to direct traffic to a front-panel port in case of a non-default VRF instance. CONFIGURATION ip route ip-address-mask ethernet interface-type or ipv6 route ipv6–address-mask ethernet interface-type For example: ip route 10.1.1.5/24 ethernet 1/1/1 or ipv6 route 2::/64 ethernet 1/1/1. Where ethernet 1/1/1 is part of the non-default VRF.

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