I have a design I'm working on which will require among other things dual stack across MPLS. Configuring CE routers for dual stack seems very straight forward, however I'm having trouble finding documentation describing the BGP config for multihoming and load sharing with 2 routers and 2 service providers. I've configured this quite a few times with HSRP and BGP for IPv4 similar to this example:
You will have to understand the MBGP address families. One of the basic rule of MBGP is that when I'm advertising a route from a specific address family, the next hop has to be from the same address family. So, you will have to make sure the next hop is from the same address family. Couple of examples for you:
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Introduction The purpose of this document is to demonstrate the Open
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