BGP Confederation over Route Reflector
m.hallgren at free.fr
Thu Sep 10 22:17:36 UTC 2009
Le jeudi 10 septembre 2009 à 11:20 -0600, Jason Iannone a écrit :
> I would say confeds are more appropriate for larger ibgp networks.
> You can have reflectors inside confederations. See the BGP chapter of
> the JNCIP book.
I'd say, the choice is much dependent on the "political" topology within
your AS. The more inter-regional routing policing you feel that you
need, the more you'd be looking at a confed. architecture.
> On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 9:33 AM, Buraglio, Nicholas D
> <buraglio at illinois.edu> wrote:
> > Lots of things can be used to determine how you decide to set up your
> > BGP peers. https://www.juniper.net/customers/csc/documentation/techdocs/downloads/pdf/350010.pdf
> > has a decent amount of information on some of the differences that
> > can help you decide how to set up your peerings.
> > nb
> > ---
> > Nick Buraglio
> > Network Engineer, CITES, University of Illinois
> > GPG key 0x2E5B44F4
> > Phone: 217.244.6428
> > buraglio at illinois.edu
> > On Sep 9, 2009, at 9:52 PM, devang patel wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> What are the advantages of BGP Confederation over Route Reflector? I
> >> mean
> >> when one should decide to deploy BGP Confederation over Route
> >> Reflector
> >> deployment?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Devang Patel
michael hallgren, mh2198-ripe
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