We have a customer that would like to use VXLAN to extend some VLANs across their network. They have a mix of XOS and EOS equipment, X670-G2s, S4, N3/N7, etc.
While working to configure VXLAN for their request, I realized that one VTEP will be in the Directly Connected Network portion (X670-G2 VTEP Directly Connected to an S4), and the other VTEP will be in the portion of the network that part of their OSPF ring (X670-G2 VTEP/OSPF router connected to N3 OSPF Router connected to N7 OSPF Router). The VXLAN should traverse within the OSPF network without issue as opaque LSAs as I understand things, since the N series doesn't know what VXLAN is.
In this scenario, the N7 is connected to the S4 and uses RIP with redistributed routes.
Ultimately, do we need to get a L3 VXLAN Gateway to make this work? I did have a thought of adding static routes into the S4 pointing to the Loopback/endpoint IPs but wasn't sure this would work.
Any help is appreciated.