This section describes how to configure virtual machine traffic optimization (VMTO). For overview information about VMTO, see Ingress Virtual Machine Traffic Optimization for EVPN section in Data Center Fabric Blueprint Architecture Components.
To enable VMTO for EVPN:
Enable VMTO on the spine:set routing-instances VRF-1 protocols evpn remote-ip-host-routes
To verify that VMTO is working:
Display the routing table.
host@spine> show route table VRF-1.inet.0 protocol evpn
VRF-1.inet.0: 45 destinations, 45 routes (45 active, 0 holddown, 0 hidden) + = Active Route, - = Last Active, * = Both 10.0.37.1/32 *[EVPN/7] 1d 21:44:43 > via irb.37 10.0.37.2/32 *[EVPN/7] 1d 15:26:27
VMTO — Release History
Table 1 provides a history of all of the features in this section and their support within this reference design.
Table 1: VMTO Release History
QFX10002-60C and QFX5120-32C switches running Junos OS Release 19.1R2 and later releases in the same release train also support all features documented in this section.
QFX5120-48Y switches running Junos OS Release 18.4R2 and later releases in the same release train support all features documented in this section.
All devices in the reference design that support Junos OS Release 18.1R3-S3 and later releases in the same release train also support all features documented in this section.