14.1 erratta and a question
Please check the solution and the questions for a mismatch on what interfaces are in what VRFs. I think there is a mistake on the wording of VLAN 76 and VLAN 6& should be placed in VPN_A and VPN_B. (disrespectfully) [:P]
Contrast above (in soultion ) to the other section where it asks you to assign VPN_A and VPN B Loopbacks 172.16.x.x and 192.168.x.x (respectfully)
the first example is irrespective of order (in soultion) and the second one is more logical and VPN_A gets loop 172 and VPN_B gets 192.
It is a simple mistake/juxtaposition but it also can throw you off when looking at the solution and trying to figure out why your static route is different.
I also wanted to ask: How coudl we make R6 send a ping to Loop Back 172 from the VPN_B source address? How do we create routes between VRFs on the same box? Doe we need to point to the global RT and then have a route to the VRF and vice versa? Of course the SW1 loopback would already have the static route to the R6 gateway and the VRF would then need to figure out how to get the ping back to tthe other VRF.
Can we run EIGRP between the different VRFs? I am very GREEN on VRFs.