jn0-660|How would you copy the BGP prefix 192.168.42.0/24 from VRF-A.inet.0 to VRF-B.inet.0?

Question: 25

How would you copy the BGP prefix 192.168.42.0/24 from VRF-A.inet.0 to VRF B.inet.0?

A. Use a VRF import policy on the destination VRF to match the desired prefix.
B. Use an import policy on the BGP neighbor configured with family inet-vpn to add a target community that VRF-B imports.
C. Use a VRF export policy in VRF-A to copy the route from the source VRF to the destination VRF.
D. Use a RIB group policy to copy the route from the bgp.l3vpn.0 table to the VRF B.inet.0 table.

Answer: B

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