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Cisco ACI Cookbook by Stuart Fordham

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How it works...

Much of the theory in this recipe has been covered in previous recipes. The ASA was covered in Chapter 3, Hypervisor Integration (and other 3rd Parties)we covered tenant creation as well as bridge domain and VRFs in Chapter 2, Configuring Policies and Tenants, and we looked at creating L3 Out interfaces in this chapter. So why reinvent the wheel with this recipe?

While many of the mechanics of transit routing and route peering happen behind the scenes, there are a few aspects we need to pay attention to. The main one is making sure that we are exporting and importing the correct subnets in the correct direction and with the correct scope. 

Look at L3OutExternal, for example. We are importing the 12.12.12.0/24 and 20.20.20.0/24 ...

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