BGP next-hop

Randy Bush randy at psg.com
Thu Sep 30 17:20:09 CDT 2010


> last time severall years ago on cisco I used a route-map to rewrite the 
> next-hop.
> route-map xx-in permit 10
>   set ip next-hop 42.666.77.11
> route-map xx-out permit 10
>   set ip next-hop x.x.x.x
> 
>   neighbor 147.28.0.1 remote-as yyy
>   neighbor 147.28.0.1 ebgp-multihop 8
>   neighbor 147.28.0.1 route-map xx-in in
>   neighbor 147.28.0.1 route-map xx-out out
> 
> something like this.

as i showed, i knew how to hack out of the problem.  and yes, there are
many ways.

the question is why i am in the corner in the first place.

randy




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