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    Michael McKenney

    https://wp.scsiraidguru.com/?page_id=1262

    Here is the link for VRF using OSPF. This simulation is VRF for departments using OSPF. I have setup HR and ACCT to be separated. I also setup the routes to get out to my TFTP server, my workstation. Sh run | redirect tftp://192.168.1.240/iosv1_ShRun.txt so I could send the files below to my workstation.

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    Michael McKenney

    I watched Ronnie's new VRF-Lite video on CCNP Route. I did this simulation in Cisco VIRL

    https://wp.scsiraidguru.com/?page_id=1239

    This one is VRF-Lite with EIGRP. I am completing VRF-Lite for OSPF soon on my web site. It doesn't allow me to use default-information originate so I did a lot of ip route and ip route vrf statements to get in and out.

    ip tftp source-interface g0/x allowed me to TFTP to my workstation.

    sh run | redirect tftp://192.168.1.240/iosv1_ShRun.txt send iosv-1's sh run to a text file on my TFTP server. Speeds up building the simulations on my web page.

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    I added a few things for completeness. FLAT-1 connects to the 172.16.1..0 network on my Fortinet 60E. VIRL allows me to reach the real world. I setup IP TFTP source-interface g0/x to TFTP to my workstation.

    172.16.1.1 is the 60E interface and 192.168.1.240 is my workstation.

    I configured inbound and outbound IP routes for VRF to get to my workstation. Each router has loopbacks for HR and ACCT.

    I did learn something new 10.16.10.0 / 255.255.255.254 is point to point.

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    Michael McKenney

    Progress bar is now at 100%. It was stuck on 80%. I checked each section and they were checked. I was wondering if something got dropped off. I guess it was the progress bar glitching. I think all is good now.

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    Michael McKenney

    I thought it might help your users with the CCNP.

    I started watching your new videos. I took your VRF-Lite video and did it for OSPF and working on EIGRP.. I am getting it so it can ping to the outside world from Cisco VIRL and going to work on getting TFTP to work with it.

    I am watching your new VRF-Lite video. I saw you use 10.16.10.0 255.255.255.254. I had to look it up. I see it is described as a point to point connection. I love the new videos.

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    Michael McKenney

    I like the new Cisco CCNP VRF-Lite Video done my Ronnie Wong. I hope my finished VRF project I attached using NAT with OSPF helps.

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    Michael McKenney

    No problem. Working on 103 exam first. Have a great weekend Ronnie.

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    Michael McKenney

    https://wp.scsiraidguru.com/?page_id=1191

    Here is the Simulation, Sh Run, Sh IP Route, Sh IP Route VRF files.

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    Michael McKenney

    @ronnie-wong You are always a great help. When I took the CCNP exam a few months ago and failed it, it was a shock on how many questions were not in the books or videos on our site. I have been going through each topic and doing VIRL Sims on them. It would be great to see your finished sh runs with it working. Yes, I need to know one side of many topics for the CCNP. You can't get them properly working in a Sim without the other side done too.

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    Michael McKenney

    My problem with some of your content is the lack of completeness. Seems like you go 60-70% of the way there and leave the rest up to us to figure out. I used NAT and global routes to get it to work. Could you add a section for your sh run on each device so we can look at them after each show?

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