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Display all parts of a VRF configuration

Very recent IOS releases (12.2SRC and 12.4(22)T) have a handy command: show running vrf name, which displays VRF, interface and routing protocol configurations of the specified VRF. It does not, however, include referenced access-lists or route-maps.

Davor Koncic solved this problem years ago: he wrote a Tcl script that does the same job better; his script displays most configuration parameters related to a VRF (he’s missing the MQC or IPSec parts). Great job (and a nice illustration of the power of Tclsh on IOS).

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