This feature enables Flowspec rules to be leaked from one VRF to another. When combined with the ability to apply Flowspec rules from one VRF to interfaces in another VRF, this feature makes it possible to combine rules from different source VRFs into a target VRF, and apply the target VRF’s rules on the interfaces of the source VRFs. For example, in the diagram below, interface Ethernet1 is in VRF Red, Ethernet2 and 3 are in VRF Orange. Suppose Flowspec rules are received from BGP peers on interfaces Ethernet1, 2, and 3. Without this feature, the rules in VRF Red can only be applied on interface Ethernet1, and the rules in VRF Orange can only be applied on interfaces Ethernet2 and 3. Using this feature, the received rules can be leaked from VRFs Red and Orange to VRF Purple, and the leaked rules can be applied on interfaces Ethernet1, 2, and 3.

This feature extends the BGP Layer 3 VPN Import/Export and VRF Route Leaking functionality to “default” VRF.

As described in the L3 EVPN VXLAN Configuration Guide, it is common practice to use Layer 3 EVPN to provide multi

This feature allows the leaking of connected routes from one VRF (the source VRF) to another VRF (the destination VRF)

RIB Route Control is a collection of mechanisms for controlling how IP routing table entries get used. Next hop

A Management VRF instance allows network operators to separate their management traffic from the rest of the

The MPLS LFIB counters feature was enhanced to add support for counting labels that correspond to VRF termination labels. The full details of the MPLS LFIB counters feature can be found in the original

Current VXLAN decapsulation logic requires the following hits on affected switches listed in the following