PfR and PIRO
I'm trying to understand how the "mode route control" works with PfR when BGP is not used on the border. From what I can gather it follows by default this set of rules:
1) If the prefix's parent is a static route, it will inject a static route on the border
2) If the prefix's parent is an IGP learned route, it will use policy-based routing to direct traffic a specific next-hop
3) If the prefix's doesn't have a match in the RiB, it will do nothing
The use of static route can be quite useful as it could be redistributed into the IGP and provide a route for other routers.
Is there a way to force the border to inject a static route while using an IGP learned route as the prefix's parent?