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jcabanes
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How to specify another Routing Instance for a special destination like in ScreeOS ?

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Hi all

 

i just open that post because i wonder how to make a static route with a routing instance as destination. Ie, for a special route, i want to route towards another routing instance. How to do it  like in screenOS ?

 

i have two routing instances, each having a default route towards an ISP. in some cases, i need to have a route towards the other routing instance. How to do it ? i rade the several topics and docs, but it's not mentionned clearly how to go in another routing instance from a particular one for a special destination.

 

I stay available for any other information.

 

Thanks a lot in advance.

 

 

Kind regards

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Re: How to specify another Routing Instance for a special destination like in ScreeOS ?

Hi,

 

I believe this has what your looking for.  This was posted by SSHSSH in the Config Library.

 

http://forums.juniper.net/t5/Configuration-Library/Source-Based-Routing-On-Junos-Platforms/m-p/58798...

 

-John

John Judge
JNCIS-SEC, JNCIS-ENT, JNCIA-JUNOS, JNSS-Firewall

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Re: How to specify another Routing Instance for a special destination like in ScreeOS ?

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Hello John,

 

thanks for the link, but is it the only way to mention "go to another routing instance depending on the destination adress" ? i do not want to use source routing or other kind. I just want to specify, depending on the destination, the destination routing instance if i need to go into a particular.

 

by writing "set routing-options rib-groups all-ribs import rib [ inet.0 RedirectSubnet10.inet.0 ]" i understand that we import in the rib-group "all-ribs":

 

- the routing table of the routing instance named "RedirectSubnet10" wich is for forwarding only

- the inet.0 routing table wich contains the connected interfaces routes. Do i understand correctly ?

 


 

Thanks a lot in advance.

 

 

Kind regards

 

Jerome

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