Virtual Routing & Forwarding

Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF) is a technology used in computer networking and telecommunications to create multiple instances of a routing table within a single router or switch. Each VRF instance operates as an independent router, allowing the coexistence of multiple virtual networks on the same physical infrastructure. VRF is commonly employed in scenarios where network segmentation, isolation, and overlapping IP address spaces are required.

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