We wud be having a setup of 2 isp links terminating on a 6500 at a remote site.its an mpls link.I need to run a dynamic routing protocol preferably ospf in the internal network on 6500 and have traffic loadshared between both CE devices connected to the 6500.
Thanks, Lets say if they run BGP on the PE-CE segment, would they be running ibpg on the CE-CE segment to have failure redundancy.Basically, do i need to tell providers anything specific to configure on their end so that this works smooth & would they/me need to run any redistribution on either side.
& are the ones above the only config that i will have to do apart from advertising my internal n.w thru ospf to reach the other site & how do i verify if the links are loadbalanced after configuration.
The PE-CE is managed by the provider, only L3 switch is in our control.Nonethless i can ask the provider to tread on particular lines with valid logics, if any.
So the local subnet advertisement from my L3 wud be done by the provider,as i see from your post.The providers are same.
About the ibgp between the CE's, i had this query as say in case one of the ebgp sessions goes off, does that mean the existing connectivity/session thru that pair would have to go all the way to cloud and den start back again thru the other PE-CE pair?
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