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As you have mentioned every virtual router is actually a namespace on the Network Node where the L3 agent is running. It just uses static (default) and connected tenant networks. It does not participate in any dynamic routing.

On the network node iossue command "ip netns" to list all namespaces. then execute ip netns exec <namespace-id" route="" -n="" to="" see="" its="" routing="" table.<="" p="">

If you use a SDN ML2 plugin like OpenContrail its done differently though. Thanks! -VJ.

As you have mentioned every virtual router is actually a namespace on the Network Node where the L3 agent is running. It just uses static (default) and connected tenant networks. It does not participate in any dynamic routing.

On the network node iossue command "ip netns" to list all namespaces. then execute ip netns exec <namespace-id" route="" -n="" to="" see="" its="" routing="" table.<="" p=""> <namespace-id> route -n to see its routing table.

If you use a SDN ML2 plugin like OpenContrail its done differently though. Thanks! -VJ.