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Note
  • You cannot reach the loopback address of a VRF (the address assigned to the VRF device) from another VRF.
  • When using dynamic route leaking, you must use the redistribute command in BGP to leak non-BGP routes (connected or static routes); you cannot use the network command.
  • Routes in the management VRF with the next-hop as eth0 or the management interface are not leaked.
  • On Broadcom platforms, VRF dynamic route leaking is not supported for EVPN environments.
  • Routes learned with iBGP or multi-hop eBGP in a VRF can be leaked even if their next hops become unreachable. Therefore, route leaking for BGP-learned routes is recommended only when they are learned through single-hop eBGP.

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In Cumulus Linux 3.5 and later, BGPOSPFv2 and static routing (IPv4 and IPv6) are supported within a VRF context. Various FRRouting routing constructs, such as routing tables, nexthops, router-id, and related processing are also VRF-aware.

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