I have a issue here currently I have a BGP connection one in Dallas and the other in Ft. Worth. The way it is set up is that Ft. Worth is the primary and Dallas is the back. So I have local preference set up on the Dallas router so that traffic will go out Ft. Worth and if Ft. Worth is gone then traffic will reroute through Dallas. The issue is on the Dallas router I have set up another BGP connection but due to the local preference that is already there I can see that my routing table for this particular ip address 184.108.40.206 bounce between Ft. Worth and Dallas. I thought I could remedy this by using a route filter but it still isn't working is there any way I can over ride this?
The additional information does show that you are receiving an advertisement for the /32 route from that neighbor (among others). And it does not show the weight being applied. In thinking about why it does not show with weight I wonder if it was learned before you applied the weight. Would you do a reset on that neighbor to relearn the prefixes advertised by the neighbor and then do sh ip bgp 220.127.116.11 and post the output.