I have troubles understanding the following thing: how do ISPs filter out/ prevent a LAN from receiving any broadcast advertised routing protocols? Today, for the fist time, I stared wireshark, to listen to my ISP's wire, and apart from dhcp, I heard nothing else. Do they manually filter this via ACL (if yes - any examples?)? What is the common practice to keep your lan segments "in dark" so that when you advertise a RIP network, the access layer/ end user gets only the traffic it has requested for? Thanks
Also, to add to my earlier post, they use a static route for the subnets that the customer owns and point it towards customers router. Internally, they could redistribute the static route to their routing protocol or they could use BGP to redistribute those subnets.
Hope this helps.