Enabling the Forwarding of IP Source-Routed Packets

IP packets are normally routed according to the destination address they contain based on the routing table at each hop through a path. The originator or source of the source-routed packets specifies the path (the series of hops) that the packets must traverse; the source makes the routing decisions. The source can specify either of the following types of source routing:

To enable forwarding of source-routed packets in a virtual router or VRF:

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