What happens if you need to manage different routing tables on the same hardware? Virtual route forwarding is the answer.
- Let's say that we're a service provider … and we need to maintain separate routing tables … for each of our clients. … Does that mean that we need to get a physical router … and dedicate it to each client just to keep … their routing information isolated from one another? … Well, not necessarily. … Instead, we might use a technology called virtual routing … and forwarding, or VRF for short. … And in this section, we're going to discuss … a specific type of VRF called VRF-lite. … First, we'll talk about the theory, … and then, we'll see how it's configured. … …
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Wireless Networking Essential Trainingwith Kevin Wallace1h 14m Intermediate
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