Best practice for BGP session/ full routes for customer

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Tue Jul 8 21:07:06 UTC 2014


On Monday, July 07, 2014 08:46:05 PM Jason Lixfeld wrote:

> 3.  If your network is MPLS enabled, you can do a routed
> pseudowire from a BGP speaking router with a full table
> to the access router (PE).  Other tunnelling
> technologies can probably do the same thing; GRE, L2TPv3
> and also a plain'ol VLAN can do it too, depending on
> your network topology.  Do some sort of OAM over top of
> either of those (if your platform supports it) and it
> looks just like a wire to the end customer.

Nasty, as I generally walk away from centralization.

However, if that's your only option...

Mark.
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