[AusNOG] Checking maximum routes in a vrf
macca at vocus.com.au
Mon Apr 27 12:44:07 EST 2009
>From what I recall this is a per-PE setting so you'll need to check each
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Subject: [AusNOG] Checking maximum routes in a vrf
Anyone know of a way to check the maximum routes in a VRF without checking
There must be a way to do it via sh ip ro vrf <> or similar...
I've been tasked with confirming this for a customer, and don't look forward
to checking all our routers.
I can't think of a quick way to do this with a script.
We are talking cisco 7200s here.
ip vrf N2518960R
route-target export 251:8960
route-target export 1221:2518960
route-target import 251:8960
route-target import 1221:2518960
maximum routes 10000 90
mdt default 22.214.171.124
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