BGP Advertisements 2 wan's, 2 isps, load balanced based on source route

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Aug 7th, 2013
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hi,


Trying to find out the best way to advertise routes based on ip-route source.



R1 - ISP_A

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neighbor ISP_A

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neighbor R3

only advertise 0/0 route to R3




R2 - ISP_B

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neighbor ISP_B

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neighbor R3

only advertise 0/0 route to R3



R3 - inside network

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neighbor R1

advertise routes with R3 route-source to R1

advertise routes with R4 route-source only when ISP_B is not available

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neighbor R2

advertise routes with R4 route-source to R2

advertise routes with R3 route-source only when ISP_A is not available

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neighbor R4

route reflector client

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mccauleyjm Wed, 08/07/2013 - 12:24
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i forgot to add


on R3 -- R1 neighbor has weight 100 and R2 neighbor has weight 50

mccauleyjm Thu, 08/08/2013 - 12:58
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figured it out -- instead of ACL's -- just going to type statements instead of acl numbers



R3:

neighbor R1 advertise-map map2 non-exist map1

neighbor R2 advertise-map map4 non-exist map3


route-map map1 permit 10

match ip addess 0.0.0.0

match as-path ISP_A_AS


route-map map2 DENY 10 (excludes routes originating from R4 from non-exist map)

match ip route-source R4_Loopback_IP


route-map map2 permit 20

match ip address any


route-map map3 permit 10

match ip address 0.0.0.0

match as-path ISP_B_AS


route-map map4 permit 10

match ip route-source R4_Loopback_IP

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