ROUTE REFLECTOR PROBLEM

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Mar 10th, 2008
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can someone help


i have just setup a small home network to practice bgp route

reflectors and have hit on a snag


i have set it up with 2 as's as100 and as200 what i am trying to

do is to get a route residing in as100 into the routing table of

a route reflector client in as200, i can get the subnets that

reside off the RR clients into the routing table of the router

in as100 but cant get the subnet of the as100 router into RR clients

routing table.


I would appreciate any advice you can give me on how i can get this

to work and especially on how i have configured it all as a lot of it

was guesswork.


regards


MELVYN BROWN


i have included an attachment that contains the network layout and

a word document that contains the router configs bgp table and the

routing table for each router



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Kevin Dorrell Tue, 03/11/2008 - 07:30
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If you look in the BGP table of R5 and R6, you will see the route has no '>' next to it. That means it is not a candidate for the forwarding table because there is something wrong with it.


Looking closer, you see that the next hop is 192.18.2.1. Unfortunately, R5 and R6 do not have a route to 192.168.2.0/24. So the route is being discarded for the "next-hop unreachable" rule.


Kevin Dorrell

Luxembourg


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