I searched the internet for any approaches, it seems that is not possible. One simple go-around way is to use logical interfaces between vrf table and inet.0 table. Any other straight solution ? thanks !!
I have the following routes learned from the remote PE, I need to import them into the global inet.0 table.
root@vMX-3# run show route protocol bgp table vrf1.inet.0
vrf1.inet.0: 16 destinations, 16 routes (16 active, 0 holddown, 0 hidden)
+ = Active ...
you could play around w/ the link metrics, but one thing to keep in mind is intra-area lsa's are preferred over inter-area lsa's. So that could play a factor in how the preferred path is handled.
Thanks for the reply Steve. Do you know what makes this backdoor link less preferred than connectivity via the L3VPN ? Thanks, Deepak Juniper Business Use Only
You are correct about a link connecting 2 sites together as a "backdoor". In the link you posted, the diagram shows customer site 4 & 5 having this backdoor link. This link could be a p2p link, LTE, or broadband, etc., using IPSec to provide redundancy ...
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