Would like to know if you can specify a general static route with mpls. I have three sites in a hub and spoke. Spoke A is linked to the hub site via a site vpn to a hub site isr. Spoke B is linked to the hub via mpls to a standalone mpls isr. I can’t get from spoke A to B and from spoke B to A. The mpls isp tells me that I cannot do this because spoke A’s local subnet is not part of the mpls peering(and is on another isp). Don’t have a lot of familiarity with mpls but I am wondering why you cannot do a static route of the form: ip route <spoke A lan> <mask> <hub site isr> in either of the mpls isr’s?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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