Question about experiences with BGP remote-AS
nanog at radu-adrian.feurdean.net
Fri May 5 19:29:26 UTC 2017
On Fri, May 5, 2017, at 18:55, LF OD wrote:
> of our existing ASNs and peerings. As it turns out, there are many
> routers that can do VRFs but you cannot put a unique ASN on each VRF so
> replicating the old environment isn't quite that straightforward. The BGP
> remote-as looks to be a possible alternative solution, but we've never
You mean *local-as*, right ?
Otherwise, there was a vendor that allowed different ASN per VRF but
only with non-MPLS vrfs, and that product line is both end-of-sale and
major overkill for your set-up.
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