Vyatta Network OS Documentation

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VRF support for RIP and RIPng

This section describes VRF support for monitoring and logging commands.

VRF support for router-mode commands

You can run RIP and RIPng router-mode configuration commands in the context of a routing instance by using the optional routing routing-instance instance-name keywords and variable. The following examples show how to configure RIP and RIPng in the context of the RED routing instance.

routing routing-instance RED protocols rip …
routing routing-instance RED protocols ripng …

If you do not specify a routing instance, the vRouter applies the configuration to the default routing instance.

Note: An interface belongs to only one routing instance.

VRF support for interface-mode commands

The RIP and RIPng interface-mode configuration commands do not support the routing routing-instance instance-name keywords and variable because these commands run in the context of the routing instance to which the interfaces belong.

interfaces <intf_type> <intf_name> ip rip …
interfaces <intf_type> <intf_name> ipv6 ripng …

VRF support for operational commands

You can use the optional routing-instance instance-name keyword and variable with the RIP and RIPng operational commands. If you do not use this optional keyword and variable, the commands run in the context of the default routing instance.

show ip rip [routing-instance <instance_name>] …
reset ip rip [routing-instance <instance_name>] route …
show ipv6 ripng [routing-instance <instance_name>] …
reset ipv6 ripng [routing-instance <interface_name>] route …

VRF support for monitoring and logging commands

You can run the RIP and RIPng monitoring and logging commands in the context of a routing instance with the exception of the commands that enable RIB and NSM logging. If you do not use the routing-instance instance-name keyword and variable, the commands run in the context of the default routing instance.

monitor protocol rip [routing-instance <instance_name>]…
[routing routing-instance <instance_name>] protocols rip log …

monitor protocol ripng [routing-instance <instance_name>] …
[routing routing-instance <instance_name>] protocols ripng log …
The rib and nsm logging options are global options and apply to all routing instances. The rib and nsm logging options cannot be enabled or disabled on a routing instance basis. The following commands apply to all routing instances.
monitor protocol rip … nsm
monitor protocol rip … rib
protocols rip log nsm
protocols rip log rib
monitor protocol ripng … nsm
monitor protocol ripng … rib
protocols ripng log nsm
protocols ripng log rib
The output of the following commands displays routing instance information, if relevant.
show monitoring protocols rip
show monitoring protocols ripng