SAF Forwarder with L2 Adjacency Configuration Example

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==Introduction==
==Introduction==
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This configuration example demonstrates how to configure SAF Forwarders that share a common multiaccess segment.
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This configuration example demonstrates how to configure SAF Forwarders that share a common multi-access segment.
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Although this example relies on the use of an EIGRP instance, EIGRP as a routing protocol is not required
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in order for SAF to operate. This is because SAF is responsible for advertising services and not IP prefixes.
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This means any routing protocol may run with SAF, for example, static, RIP, EIGRP, OSPF and BGP.
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==Example Topology==
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==Example==
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==Related show Commands==
==Related show Commands==
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show eigrp service-family [ipv4|ipv6] neighbors
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show eigrp service-family ipv4 neighbors
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Example(s):
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[[Image:Show_eigrp_service-family_ipv4_neighbors.jpg‎]]
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==Commonly Asked Question==
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Q: Does SAF have to run EIGRP?
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A: Although SAF requires that an EIGRP virtual-instance be configured ("SAF-fwdr" in the example above), EIGRP as a routing protocol is not required in order for SAF to operate properly. SAF is responsible for advertising services and not IP prefixes.
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SAF can run with any routing protocol (eg: static, RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP).
==Related Information==
==Related Information==

Latest revision as of 15:39, 7 June 2010

Contents

Introduction

This configuration example demonstrates how to configure SAF Forwarders that share a common multi-access segment.

Example

Saff l2.jpg


Related show Commands

show eigrp service-family ipv4 neighbors

Example(s):

Show eigrp service-family ipv4 neighbors.jpg

Commonly Asked Question

Q: Does SAF have to run EIGRP?

A: Although SAF requires that an EIGRP virtual-instance be configured ("SAF-fwdr" in the example above), EIGRP as a routing protocol is not required in order for SAF to operate properly. SAF is responsible for advertising services and not IP prefixes. SAF can run with any routing protocol (eg: static, RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP).

Related Information

Technical Support & Documentation - Cisco Systems SAF Product Page - Cisco Systems Cisco IOS SAF Configuration Guide - Cisco Systems

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