Issue In EBGP VRF Reduction for Juniper Cartridge in IPSA 7.2.0.5 (Doc ID 1916262.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 28, 2014

Applies to:

Oracle Communications IP Service Activator - Version 7.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

We have configured two sites on the same router as part of a VPN. Having the same VPN properties, both sites are reduced to one VRF.


Scenario:
2 sites with no routing connectivity set configure EBGP -- Distribution -- set connected policy name.
If you set connectivity to EBGP, you will get a validation error with 2 different policy names.
When set to none, no validation error but only 1 policy name pushed.

In the Orch-1-1970-export-to-PEs policy we are calling Orch-1-1970-redistribute-bgp policy.

Orch-1-1970-redistribute-bgp policy is calling another policy used to set the local-preference for different prefixes.

For site 1 the name of the policy used to set the local-preference is redis-bgp-with-name and for site 2 the name of the policy used to set the local-preference is redis-bgp-with-name2.

Both these policies should be called under the Orch-1-1970-redistribute-bgp policy. However I see that the policy for master site (redis-bgp-with-name) is only called under Orch-1-1970-redistribute-bgp policy.

Redistribute to BGP Policy
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router# show groups orchestream policy-options policy-statement Orch-1-1970-redistribute-bgp |display set
set groups orchestream policy-options policy-statement Orch-1-1970-redistribute-bgp term export-direct from protocol direct
set groups orchestream policy-options policy-statement Orch-1-1970-redistribute-bgp term export-direct from policy redis-bgp-with-name<<<<< Only policy for master site is called here
set groups orchestream policy-options policy-statement Orch-1-1970-redistribute-bgp term export-direct then accept
set groups orchestream policy-options policy-statement Orch-1-1970-redistribute-bgp term reject-others then reject

Cause

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