We are connected to 2 ISP's. All 3 of us have different AS's. We want to go thru a particular ISP to reach a specific AS when traffic is destined for that AS. How do we do this...? or do we have the ISP's change their router settings?
after setting up the bgp session with them you may be getting prefixes from the ISPs. You can set weightage for the bgp sessions, so as to prefer a particular ISP for upllink.if not set,the path taken would be your default route or the best path that bgp selects by its own.
If you have to entry point in your AS from your ISPs then you can use local prefrence . Use route-map and define local prefrence for that particular AS for which you want to use particular ISP. And if you don't have two egrees point and both ISP coming to same router then you can use weight and define that AS which you want to reach from particular AS in route-map.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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