I have the following topology along with routing protocol listed:
ASA (ospf)--> 871W(ospf/bgp)--> 871(bgp)
My dilemma/problem/issue is this:
The 871s are peering with each other with ibgp. OSPF is running between the 871w and the ASA. When I add a loopback interface to the 871 and then add to BGP, I see that route to the loopback on my 871W, but my ASA doesn't show it.
I thought BGP will distribute routes that correspond with loopbacks. I have a 192.168.0.0 network on the 871W, and it's not showing up on the ASA, but the ASA can get to it because it's a directly connected network on the 871W. I would LIKE to see my loopback addresses of the other router on the ASA. Is that even possible?
I've got "redistributing bgp subnets" under the OSPF process on the 871W. Everything is up-to-date according to bgp and ospf. This is a home network, so I don't have the configs, but I can get them if nothing jumps out.