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VRF Series Article 5 – Stateful Inter-Vrf connectivity

This is the fifth and final article in a series that focused on Segmenting Layer 3 Networks with VRFs. In the third article, we discussed creating a shared services VRF and using it within the otherwise segmented network. In that … Continue reading

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VRF Series Article 4 – VRF-lite in a DMVPN Network

As we’ve progressed through the Segmenting Layer 3 Networks with VRFs series, we have continued to build out a network that looks more like what we would see within an enterprise environment. This post takes it one step further and … Continue reading

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VRF Series Article 3 – Creating a Shared Services VRF

For those following the VRF Series, we currently have a topology built that consists of a segmented Layer 3 first hop network and remotely networked by carrying the isolation from the BrWan router to Main. This article covers, shared services, … Continue reading

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VRF Series Article 2 – Extending L3 Segmentation with VRF-lite

In the last article, we took an initial look at L3 segmentation with VRFs. In that case, we created a basic first hop configuration that had isolated pci and data segments. In reality, most networks are far larger and more … Continue reading

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VRF Series Article 1 – Basic L3 Segmentation with VRFs

Network engineers are well aware of the Layer 2 isolation properties of VLANs. Their use is so pervasive that they are second nature to most. This article is the first in a series that outlines specifically how VRFs can be … Continue reading

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Segmenting Layer 3 Networks with VRFs

I am creating a multi-part series that focuses on Layer 3 network segmentation. This post serves as a landing point and aggregation place for these topics. As the series is built out, the individual links will be available below. Articles … Continue reading

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Combining GRE and IPSec with a Front Side VRF

The article last week focused on the process of taking a typical GRE configuration and reconfiguring it so the transport network was in a separate VRF. This type of VRF is called a FVRF or front-end vrf. While this provides … Continue reading

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