We have a simple route instance with a few thousand peering routes. We would like to be able to use send all non-peered traffic into main (inet.0) routing table. In other words, we want to use inet.0 table as default route.
Re: Import a route from inet.0 into a route instance
2 weeks ago
Let's try using RIB-groups. Remove the statis route in your vrf first
1. Define rib-group set routing-options rib-groups inet0->vrf1 import-rib inet.0 set routing-options rib-groups inet0->vrf1 import-rib VRF-1.inet.0
2. Apply rib-group for both static and direct route
set routing-options static rib-group inet0->vrf1 set routing-options interface-routes rib-group inet inet0->vrf1
3. Check "show route 220.127.116.11" again. This time, in VRF-1.inet.0 table, you should see Next Hop as xe-0/0/44.0 instead of "next-table" <<I remember some limiation with BCM chipset in terms of next-table