VXLAN and BGP EVPN Configuration Guide for Dell EMC SmartFabric OS10 Release 10.5.2

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advertise

Advertises the IP prefixes learned from external networks and directly connected neighbors into EVPN.

Syntax
advertise {ipv4 | ipv6} {connected | static | ospf | bgp} [route-map map-name]
Parameters
  • ipv4 — Advertise learned IPv4 routes.
  • ipv6 — Advertise learned IPv6 routes.
  • connected — Advertise routes learned from directly connected neighbors.
  • static — Advertise manually configured routes.
  • ospf — Advertise OSPF routes into EVPN.
  • bgp — Advertise BGP learned external routes into EVPN.
  • route-map map-name — (Optional) Filter EVPN Type-5 advertised routes using the specified route map. You can add the match rule inactive-path-additive to the route map to advertise inactive routes.
Default
None
Command Mode
EVPN-VRF
Usage Information
EVPN uses Type 5 route advertisements. To specify the types of learned routes to use in EVPN Type 5 advertisements in a tenant VRF, use the advertise command. From Release 10.5.2.0 and beyond, the advertise command advertises only active routes. To advertise both the active and inactive routes, you must configure a route map with the inactive-path-additive rule and apply the route map to the advertise command.
Example – advertise active routes
OS10(config)# evpn
OS10(config-evpn)# vrf vrf-blue
OS10(config-evpn-vrf-vrf-blue)# advertise ipv4 connected route-map map-connected
Example - advertise IPv4 static routes to L2VPN EVPN
OS10# configure terminal
OS10(config)# route-map redis-inactive-routes
OS10(config-route-map)# match inactive-path-additive

OS10(config)# evpn
OS10(config-evpn)# vrf vrf-blue
OS10(config-evpn-vrf-vrf-blue)# advertise ipv4 static route-map redis-inactive-routes
Example - advertise IPv6 OSPF routes to L2VPN EVPN
OS10# configure terminal
OS10(config)# route-map redis-inactive-routes
OS10(config-route-map)# match inactive-path-additive

OS10(config)# evpn
OS10(config-evpn)# vrf vrf-blue
OS10(config-evpn-vrf-vrf-blue)# advertise ipv6 ospf route-map redis-inactive-routes
Supported Releases
10.5.1 or later

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