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  1. Hello,

    I lab a big scenario with almost everything explained in MPLS section. There are two customer each one with two sites. So my intention was to test Import and export maps, and Ì thought in this situation:

    So my first failed attemp I tried t

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  2. Hello Ignacio,

    In export-map, when you used it, it make other route-target in configuration statement useless.

    That sounds correct, I noticed the same behavior in my MPLS VPN export map example.

    In import-maps both the import map and the route target are needed to work properly.

    That sounds right too. Even with the import-map, you still see the VPN routes. The import map influences the VPN routes you import into the VRF.

    Is there any other way to make this simpler? because I think there is no scalability in adding RT labels more and more.

    Hmm I don’t thin

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