3 Virtual Routing and Forwarding Table A VRF is the routing and forwarding instance for a set of sites with identical connectivity requirements. Data structures associated with a VRF are as follows: IP routing table CEF table Set of rules and routing protocol parameters (routing protocol contexts) List of interfaces that use the VRF Other information associated with a VRF is as follows: Route Distinguisher Set of import and export Route Targets
4 Need for Routing Protocol Contexts There are two backbones with overlapping addresses. RIP is running in both VPNs. RIP in VPN A has to be different from RIP in VPN B. Cisco IOS software supports only one RIP process per router.
5 VPN-Aware Routing Protocols Routing context = routing protocol run in one VRF: Supported by VPN-aware routing protocols: External BGP (EBGP), EIGRP, OSPF, RIP version 2 (RIPv2), static routes Implemented as several instances of a single routing process (EBGP, RIPv2) or as several routing processes (OSPF) Independent per-instance router variables for each instance
6 VRF Table Contains routes that should be available to a particular set of sites Analogous to standard Cisco IOS software routing table; supports same set of mechanisms VPN interfaces (physical interface, subinterfaces, logical interfaces) assigned to VRFs: Many interfaces per VRF Each interface assignable to only one VRF
7 BGP Route Propagation Outbound Two VPNs are attached to the same PE router. Each VPN is represented by a VRF.
8 BGP Route Propagation Outbound (Cont.) BGP-speaking CE routers announce their prefixes to the PE router via BGP.
9 BGP Route Propagation Outbound (Cont.) BGP-speaking CE routers announce their prefixes to the PE router via BGP. Instance of BGP process associated with the VRF to which the PE-CE interface belongs collects the routes and inserts them into VRF routing table.
10 BGP Route Propagation Outbound (Cont.) Route distinguisher is prepended during route export to the BGP routes from VRF instance of BGP process to convert them into VPNv4 prefixes. Route targets are attached to these prefixes.
11 BGP Route Propagation Outbound (Cont.) Route distinguisher is prepended during route export to the BGP routes from VRF instance of BGP process to convert them into VPNv4 prefixes. Route targets are attached to these prefixes. VPNv4 prefixes are propagated to other PE routers.
12 Non-BGP Route propagation - Outbound RIP-speaking CE routers announce their prefixes to the PE router via RIP.
13 Non-BGP Route propagation Outbound RIP-speaking CE routers announce their prefixes to the PE router via RIP. Instance of RIP process associated with the VRF to which the PE-CE interface belongs collects the routes and inserts them into VRF routing table.
14 Non-BGP Route propagation Outbound RIP routes entered in the VRF routing table are redistributed into BGP for further propagation into the MPLS VPN backbone.
15 Non-BGP Route propagation Outbound RIP routes entered in the VRF routing table are redistributed into BGP for further propagation into the MPLS VPN backbone. Redistribution between RIP and BGP has to be configured for proper MPLS VPN operation.
16 Route Propagation Inbound VPNv4 prefixes are received from other PE routers.
17 Route Propagation Inbound (Cont.) VPNv4 prefixes are received from other PE routers. The VPNv4 prefixes are inserted into proper VRF routing tables based on their route targets and import route targets configured in VRFs. Route distinguisher is removed during this process.
18 Route Propagation Inbound (Cont.) Routes are received from backbone MP-BGP and imported into a VRF.
19 Route Propagation Inbound (Cont.) Routes are received from backbone MP-BGP and imported into a VRF. IPv4 routes are forwarded to EBGP CE neighbors attached to that VRF.
20 Route Propagation Inbound (Cont.)
21 Route Propagation Inbound (Cont.) MP-IBGP routes imported into a VRF are redistributed into the instance of RIP configured for that VRF.
22 Route Propagation Inbound (Cont.) MP-IBGP routes imported into a VRF are redistributed into the instance of RIP configured for that VRF. Redistribution between BGP and RIP has to be configured for endto-end RIP routing between CE routers.
23 Route Propagation Inbound (Cont.) Routes redistributed from BGP into a VRF instance of RIP are sent to RIP-speaking CE routers.
24 Creating VRF Tables and Assigning RDs Router(config)# ip vrf name Creates a new VRF or enters configuration of an existing VRF. VRF names are case-sensitive. VRF is not operational unless you configure RD. VRF names have only local significance. Router(config-vrf)# rd route-distinguisher Assigns a route distinguisher to a VRF. You can use ASN:nn or A.B.C.D:nn format for RD. Each VRF in a PE router has to have a unique RD.
25 Specifying Export and Import RTs Router(config-vrf)# route-target export RT Specifies an RT to be attached to every route exported from this VRF to MP-BGP Allows specification of many export RTs all to be attached to every exported route Router(config-vrf)# route-target import RT Specifies an RT to be used as an import filter only routes matching the RT are imported into the VRF Allows specification of many import RTs any route where at least one RT attached to the route matches any import RT is imported into the VRF Due to implementation issues, at least one export route target must also be an import route target of the same VRF in Cisco IOS Release 12.0 T.
26 Specifying Export and Import RTs (Cont.) Router(config-vrf)# route-target both RT In cases where the export RT matches the import RT, use this form of route-target command. Sample router configuration for simple customer VPN: ip vrf Customer_ABC rd 12703:15 route-target export 12703:15 route-target import 12703:15
27 Assigning an Interface to VRF Table Router(config-if)# ip vrf forwarding vrf-name Associates an interface with the specified VRF. Existing IP address removed from the interface when interface is put into VRF IP address must be reconfigured. CEF switching must be enabled on the interface. Sample router configuration: ip cef! interface serial 0/0 ip vrf forwarding Customer_ABC ip address
28 MPLS VPN Network Example The network supports two VPN customers. Customer A runs RIP and BGP with the service provider; customer B uses only RIP. Both customers use network
29 MPLS VPN Network Example (Cont.)
30 Configuring BGP Address Families The BGP process in an MPLS VPN-enabled router performs three separate tasks: Global BGP routes (Internet routing) are exchanged as in traditional BGP setup. VPNv4 prefixes are exchanged through MP-BGP. VPN routes are exchanged with CE routers through per-vrf EBGP sessions. Address families (routing protocol contexts) are used to configure these three tasks in the same BGP process.
31 Configuring BGP Address Families (Cont.) Router(config)# router bgp as-number Selects global BGP routing process Router(config-router)# address-family vpnv4 Selects configuration of VPNv4 prefix exchanges under MP-BGP sessions Router(config-router)# address-family ipv4 vrf vrf-name Selects configuration of per-vrf PE-CE EBGP parameters
32 BGP Neighbors MP-BGP neighbors are configured under the BGP routing process: These neighbors need to be activated for each global address family that they support. Per-address-family parameters can be configured for these neighbors. VRF-specific EBGP neighbors are configured under corresponding address families.
33 Configuring MP-BGP MPLS VPN MP-BGP configuration steps: Configure MP-BGP neighbor under BGP routing process. Configure BGP address family VPNv4. Activate configured BGP neighbor for VPNv4 route exchange. Specify additional parameters for VPNv4 route exchange (filters, next hops, and so on).
34 Configuring MP-IBGP Router(config)# router bgp as-number neighbor ip-address remote-as as-number neighbor ip-address update-source loopback-type interface number All MP-BGP neighbors have to be configured under global BGP routing configuration. MP-IBGP sessions have to run between loopback interfaces. Router(config-router)# address-family vpnv4 Starts configuration of MP-BGP routing for VPNv4 route exchange. Parameters that apply only to MP-BGP exchange of VPNv4 routes between already configured IBGP neighbors are configured under this address family.
35 Configuring MP-IBGP (Cont.) Router(config-router-af)# neighbor ip-address activate The BGP neighbor defined under BGP router configuration has to be activated for VPNv4 route exchange. Router(config-router-af)# neighbor ip-address next-hop-self The next-hop-self keyword can be configured on the MP-IBGP session for MPLS VPN configuration if EBGP is being run with a CE neighbor.
36 MP-BGP BGP Community Propagation Router(config-router-af)# neighbor ip-address send-community [extended both] This command configures propagation of standard and extended BGP communities attached to VPNv4 prefixes. Default value: only extended communities are sent. Usage guidelines: Extended BGP communities attached to VPNv4 prefixes have to be exchanged between MP-BGP neighbors for proper MPLS VPN operation. To propagate standard BGP communities between MP- BGP neighbors, use the both option.
37 MP-BGP BGP Community Propagation (Cont.)
38 Disabling IPv4 Route Exchange Router(config-router)# no bgp default ipv4 unicast Exchange of IPv4 routes between BGP neighbors is enabled by default every configured neighbor will also receive IPv4 routes. This command disables default exchange of IPv4 routes neighbors that need to receive IPv4 routes have to be activated for IPv4 route exchange. Use this command when the same router carries Internet and VPNv4 routes and you do not want to propagate Internet routes to some PE neighbors.
39 Disabling IPv4 Route Exchange (Cont.) Neighbor receives only Internet routes. Neighbor receives only VPNv4 routes. Neighbor receives Internet and VPNv4 routes. router bgp no bgp default ipv4 unicast neighbor remote-as neighbor remote-as neighbor remote-as 12703! Activate IPv4 route exchange neighbor activate neighbor activate! Activate VPNv4 route exchange address-family vpnv4 neighbor activate neighbor activate
40 Monitoring VRFs Router# show ip vrf Displays the list of all VRFs configured in the router Router# show ip vrf detail Displays detailed VRF configuration Router# show ip vrf interfaces Displays interfaces associated with VRFs
41 Monitoring VRF Routing Router# show ip protocols vrf name Displays the routing protocols configured in a VRF Router# show ip route vrf name Displays the VRF routing table Router# show ip bgp vpnv4 vrf name Displays per-vrf BGP parameters (PE-CE neighbors )
42 Monitoring MP-BGP Sessions Router# show ip bgp neighbors Displays global BGP neighbors and the protocols negotiated with these neighbors
43 Monitoring an MP-BGP VPNv4 Table Router# show ip bgp vpnv4 all Displays whole VPNv4 table. Router# show ip bgp vpnv4 vrf vrf -name Displays only BGP parameters (routes or neighbors) associated with specified VRF. Router# show ip bgp vpnv4 rd value Displays only BGP parameters (routes or neighbors) associated with specified RD.
44 Monitoring Per-VRF CEF and LFIB Structures Router# show ip cef vrf vrf-name Displays per-vrf CEF table Router# show ip cef vrf vrf-name ip-prefix detail Displays details of an individual CEF entry, including label stack Router# show mpls forwarding vrf vrf-name Displays labels allocated by an MPLS VPN for routes in the specified VRF
45 Other MPLS VPN Monitoring Commands Router# telnet host /vrf vrf-name Performs PE-CE Telnet through specified VRF Router# ping vrf vrf-name Performs ping based on VRF routing table Router# trace vrf vrf-name Performs VRF-based traceroute
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