Configuring vRouter Services
A Virtual Router (vRouter) is an important part of fabric functionality. For example, for a VLAN to communicate with other VLANs, or networks external to the fabric, it may need a vRouter that spans the internal and the external network.
Fabric-wide vRouter commands can only be executed at the fabric level by the fabric administrator.
Note: For switches with ONVL, the only available vNET is a global vNET created when a fabric is created for the first time. Use tab complete in the CLI to display the vNET and continue the configuration. However, some switches support multiple vNETs based on the platforms. Please refer to the Release Notes for the supported platforms.
Routing protocols essentially work the same way on virtual routers as physical routers.