I had a few questions I was hoping to get some answers to. I was trying to figure out a way to to limit BGP tables per output port on my router.
The situation is currently I have a 700 Meg pipe coming in from my ISP which feeds into the ASR 1002 router. I have one customer who tries to utilize a full BGP route table. When they do this it uses up the CPU usage on my core switch, a Catalyst 6509-E switch, due to the fact that it is only capable of 256,000 routes with the Supervisor engine I have installed which is the WS-SUP720-3B. Currently I have put a filter list on my neighbor route to limit the number of BGP routes available but this limits everybody's connection coming out of the router now I believe. Is it put the access-list which is limiting my BGP routes on just specific output ports of the router instead of on the incoming connection?
Any help would be appreciated.