Multi site BGP Routing design

Steve Bertrand steve at ibctech.ca
Fri Jun 5 20:00:02 CDT 2009


Chuck Anderson wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 05, 2009 at 07:40:15PM -0500, John.Herbert at ins.com wrote:
>> This is a good concept but if the ISP route is a Juniper then as I 
>> recall by default it looks ahead, sees the as-path routing loop if 
>> it were to send it to the other router, and doesn't send it. So 
>> while you might be able to configure it on the receiving router, if 
>> the sending router won't send it, you're SOL.
> 
> True, the ISP in this case would have to cooperate :-)

Have you ever known an ISP to not co-operate when it comes to requesting
a BGP session?

Steve

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