Show ip route "L - Local"
While troubleshooting a routing issue at work (MPLS VPN environment) I ran accross a /32 route tagged as L - Local. It was being advertised by the CE; but what I didn't understand is that the /32 was really part of a /30 between the PE and CE link.
[CE].1 ---------.2(VRF A)[PE]
The route table showed:
L 192.168.0.2/32 via 192.168.0.1
This looks like a host route to me, but the ptp link is a frame interface, and I thought only ppp advertised local host interfaces? What is a "Local" route and why would it be re-advertised back to me?
Is there any relation to the interface being associated to a VRF?