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‎10-30-2010 05:26 AM

 

Auto-export Explanation and Example

Jack W. Parks, IV

Sr. Networks Engineer

Juniper Networks

6/23/2009


Introduction

The document explains auto-export and shows how it functions.  I will use the following drawing to explain the use of auto-export command statement.  This document addresses the use of auto-export at a high level.

 

The following VRFs and address spaces are in use:

Common Services – cs-vrf – target:65000:50 – 10.50.0.0

Management – mgmt-vrf – target:65000:60 – 10.60.0.0

Customer 1 – cust-vrf – target:65000:70 – 10.70.0.0

Customer 2 – cust2-vrf – target:65000:80 – 10.80.0.0

 

The Common Services and Management VRF are only attached to PE2.  We will be sharing prefixes between the Common Services and Management VRFs with the Customer 1 VRF.  The Customer 2 VRF is used as a control VRF to show the effect of the auto-export statement on VRFs that do not use custom polices.

 

auto-export.jpg 

 

Summary

 

The auto-export command affects the leaking of prefixes between local VRFs configured on a given PE based on the vrf-import and vrf-export policies applied to each VRF.  Remote prefix leaking is accomplished using BGP extended communities.

 

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