Single AS Number for multiple prefixes in different country
joelja at bogus.com
Sat Jan 15 14:00:32 CST 2011
On 1/15/11 8:51 PM, Graham Wooden wrote:
> Not to budge in here ... but I have always been curious of this type of
> setup, as in all my past BGP deployments its always been that all edges
> belong in the same ibgp peering group.
> Ryan, does the other edge(s) get confused when they see their same AS number
> in the path upon route determination from traffic sourced from another edge?
you just need to defeat loop detection, which you can do on most any
on junos it's nr_loops 2
> Or are you doing some sort of BGP Confederation?
> I am progressing down the path (no pun intended) of deploying another edge
> in another location from which that 'remote' location will have it's own
> subnets to announce. But if I have a requirement not necessary having to
> announce the other subnets, I don't need to an expensive L2 back-haul
> between the two and do what is discussed here, no?
> On 1/15/11 12:34 PM, "Ryan Finnesey" <ryan.finnesey at HarrierInvestments.com>
>> We are doing this now and it is working well
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Harris Hui [mailto:harris.hui at gmail.com]
>> Sent: Friday, January 14, 2011 4:59 AM
>> To: nanog at nanog.org
>> Subject: Single AS Number for multiple prefixes in different country
>> We have an AS Number AS2XXXX and have 2 /24 subnets belongs to this AS
>> Number. It is using in US and peering with US Service Providers now.
>> We are going to deploy another site in Asia, can we use the same AS
>> Number AS2XXXX and have 2 other /24 subnets and peering with other Asia
>> Service Providers?
>> Will it affect the routing or BGP Path of our existing subnets in US?
>> Please advise.
>> Harris :-)
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