I am trying to build a real life topology. My goal is to exchange private routes between 2 MPLS provider via the public internet without leaking the private routes to public internet. So the router in the top right corner should be able to ping the router below and ISP routers should not know about private routes.
The interfaces of ATnT_PE_PE and SWC_PE_PE toward to ISP are in VRF INET. I estabilished a BGP ipv4 VRF INET session between two MPLS providers, the connectivity is fine however when i filter the private routes on ISP this movement brakes the connectivity.
How can i get it working?
I will post the configs of two Service provider EDGE routers:
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