bgp issue urgent

Answered Question
Jun 26th, 2009

I have a site that shares the same public block, and at that site I have a route map that sets a metric to higher than our current site. I'm trying to connect to the public side, but I randomnly get there and I know why.

The pertinent parts are:

int s0/1

ip address

access-list 10 permit

route-map ADV permit 5

match ip address 10

set metric 100

set community x:x

router bgp 5

network mask

network mask

neighbor send-community

neighbor route-map ADV out

The problem is that I have a Fatpipe that all of my links come into at my main site. The traffic outbound can go out any one of those links. I realize that when it goes over the second link, it's not allowing me to get to the router and I think it's my route map.

Should I also create:

route-map ADV permit 20

and leave it blank? I don't think the subnet is getting advertised.



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Correct Answer by Edison Ortiz about 7 years 6 months ago

It is not and your deduction is the correct one.

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Edison Ortiz Fri, 06/26/2009 - 12:54

Good luck. Routes not matching ACL 10 were being processed by the implicit deny on such route-map. That will always get you :)


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