Robert D. Scott
robert at ufl.edu
Wed Aug 5 10:39:54 CDT 2009
They will almost always prefer their IBGP to any learned routes. Why send
traffic to a transit network and skew their I/O peering numbers when you can
handle it yourself. I doubt you will change their mind.
Robert D. Scott Robert at ufl.edu
Senior Network Engineer 352-273-0113 Phone
CNS - Network Services 352-392-2061 CNS Phone Tree
University of Florida 352-392-9440 FAX
Florida Lambda Rail 352-294-3571 FLR NOC
Gainesville, FL 32611 321-663-0421 Cell
From: Edward Brookhouse [mailto:ebroo at setuidzero.org]
Sent: Wednesday, August 05, 2009 11:36 AM
To: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Sprint/Verizon BGP
Any Sprint BGP admins on this list can offer any thoughts on why Sprint
connected networks are preferring my Sprint connection when they should be
preferring my Verizon?
I (Healthy Directions) am AS16387, two blocks 220.127.116.11/24 and
18.104.22.168/24, being announced by sprint and Verizon, preferred to
Verizon(DS3) over Sprint 3MB.
Verizon BGP admins think everything is ok, have not heard back from BGP4 at
Any thoughts appreciated, off-list contact welcome.
ebroo at healthydirections.com
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