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Does the Nexus 1000v support OSPF and VRF's over and above the management VRF?
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No it is layer 2 and not layer 3
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The nexus 1000v switch just extends the access-layer edge into the hypervisor. It will allow you to apply VLANs, ACLs, and a few other items to virtual access ports for the Guest  VMs to use.
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The future of Virtualized networking may involve pushing Layer 3 into the hypervisor or at least to the top of rack.  
Times are changing.
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