Our company consists of 10 sites connected via an MPLS WAN across the US.
The MPLS WAN is managed by a service provider.
We use BGP for the WAN routing protocol. Each site has its own AS number. The MPLS clound represents one AS (again, see attached diagram).
Because of the small amount of sites and only a few hundred routes (in the routing table), I'm looking to improve MPLS convergence times. The BGP timers for updates and peer connections are currently at the default settings.
Does anyone have any recommendations for timer settings?
I would like to lower convergence times for inserting / withdrawing routes that get redistributed from the LANs of these MPLS sites.
As always, thanks for your responses.