BGP Failover Question

Hammer bhmccie at gmail.com
Tue Feb 22 11:23:13 CST 2011


As Max stated, you can set triggers based on thresholds that are monitered
via multiple methods in Cisco IOS. That way you could force the route down
dynamically. There's always a risk when letting the machines do the thinking
but this would help in situations like this. Can't speak for other vendors
but I'm sure the features are similar.


 -Hammer-

"I was a normal American nerd."
-Jack Herer





On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 11:17 AM, Chris Wallace
<lists at iamchriswallace.com>wrote:

> We are recieving full routes from both providers.
>
> ---Chris
>
> On Feb 21, 2011, at 6:36 PM, Charles Gucker wrote:
>
> > On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 4:10 PM, Chris Wallace
> > <lists at iamchriswallace.com> wrote:
> >> This isn't the first time we have seen this issue with our various
> providers, how can I prevent issues like this from happening in the future?
> >
> > Quick question, are you running with a default route from your
> > provider?   If so, you're better off either finding another provider,
> > or upgrading the router (if necessary) to carry a full table.   If
> > they do something to partition their network, you will see the
> > decrease in routes learned from them, provided you see those routes
> > and not the default route as asked above.
> >
> > charles
>
>
>



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