I need some advice on the best method for BGP routing. Currently I think I am receiving the full table from both my upstream providers and I think this is causing my 3640 to reboot for lack of memory. It has 128megs. I inherited a real messy config and would like to clean it up. I want to advertise two more routes also. I currently have 8 class c's that I am advertising. Is there an alternative to this? Just receive upstream providers routes?
you can implement ip aspath access-list using which you can restrict updates to your router from your upstream provider.All you need to do is associate a route-map for incoming advertisements with the ip-aspath access-list.
If you are having two different Upstream Providers, then there is an option from both service providers to send not FULL but PARTIAL routing tables to you. I suggest you to try atmost to not implement routing restricting policies at your end, because that will cause some increase in overhead of your router to see every route and comparing.
And also dependent upon Bandwidth capacities of both carriers, you can take FULL from one BIG and PARTIAL from another provider.
With best regards...
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Thanks for all your suggestions. Here is a config I came up with. If anyone would care to review and let me know how it looks that would be great. Load sharing and default routes only are my goals for this config.
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