Each VR and VRF has its own configuration domain or context, in which you can enter commands to configure that VR. Some commands allow you to specify a VR to which the command applies.
For other commands, you must change context to that of the target VR or VRF before you execute the command. The current context is indicated in the command line interface (CLI) prompt by the name of the user VR or VRF. If no name appears in the prompt, the context is VR-Default.
For instructions on changing context, see Changing the VR Context.
Commands that apply to the current VR context include all the BGP, OSPF, OSPFv3, PIM, IS-IS, RIP, and RIPng commands, and the commands listed in the following table. Commands that apply to the current VRF context are limited to BGP commands and the commands listed in Virtual Router Commands.
|[enable | disable] ipforwarding|
|configure iparp [add | delete]|
|[enable | disable] iparp|
|configure iproute [add | delete]|
|create [vlan | vman] vlan-name|
|[enable | disable] igmp|
|[enable | disable] igmp snooping|
|[enable | disable] ipmcforwarding|
|show igmp snooping|
|show igmp group|
|show igmp snooping cache|