Virtual route forwarding is a powerful tool. In this video, learn how to configure multiple virtual routers, all on the same piece of network hardware.
- Now let's take a look at the configuration of VRF, … and specifically this is VRF-lite … because we don't have an MPLS element, … but we're going to configure this VRF configuration … for a couple of different TENANTS. … Let's take a look at the topology that we have on screen … and see that we've got a couple of TENANTS, … we've got TENANT-A and we've got TENANT-B … and each of those tenants have a couple of switches … that connect into different router interfaces. … So let's begin by creating … a multiprotocol VRF routing instance for each TENANT. … And we want to specify the address family to be used, … specifically, we're going to be setting this up … for an IP version 4 address family. … What's going to global configuration mode on our common router, … we're assuming this is our physical router … that everybody connects into, … and I'm going to say VRF definition, … and I'll say TENANT-A, that's my routing instance … and I'm going to say address-family IP version 4. … Now let's create a VRF instance for our other TENANT, …
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