1. I know the standard L0 address is a /32, but can it work if you use any address out of a /28 for example? Any benefits or drawbacks to doing it either way?
2. I'm converting my org's internet connections from static to using BGP since we'll now be multi-homing to two different providers. One connection with our new provider is up and running as expected. On the other connection, could I potentially configure the BGP config and leave the static in place until we're ready to cut over with our ISP? My thoughts are that the static would have preference over the protocol and not cause any issues. The other BGP speaker is not currently taking any traffic since we're advertising a /24 we're not yet using.
Thanks in advance.