VXLAN to Non-VXLAN Routing in an AutoBGP Network
Consider two pair of ExtremeSwitching switches as leaf nodes connected to two different pair of ExtremeSwitching switches as spine nodes with BGP auto-peering enabled. There is a mix of VXLAN and non-VXLAN VLANs. In this case, all routing is accomplished through VLANs associated with VXLAN having VNIs or through other valid normal routing means and distributed to all auto-peering nodes. This configuration is valid and supported. VRRP and host mobility should be enabled on both VXLAN tenant and non-VXLAN VLANs for this to work.