Provivder 1 PE -----Provider 1 ABSR(NNI) ----- EBGP -----------Provider 2 ASBR ( NNI ) ---- -EBGP-------Provider 2 PE
We are facing one problem with this solution ie.Provider 2 ASBR is not allocating label for default route and it is allocation proper label for all the other prefixes. So customer can't able to use the default route.
Not sure if I hae understood your prolem correctly. Does the solution include running "eBGP" P2 ASBR (NNI) and PE2? Shouldn't this be ibgp? Can you please confirm this. Second thing is if you are having a default route in the "core", my understanding is that you will see the label bindings in the control plane, but forwarding plane will actually show nothing. You can confirm this by this command:
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