- virtual routing and forwarding
- virtual LANs
- multiprotocol label switching
- virtual router redundancy protocol
Explanation: Virtual routing and forwarding, or VRF, is a technology that creates several separate virtual routers on a single physical router. Each of the virtual routers acts as an independent and separate router so that their paths are isolated from each other.
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