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BGP no-export community

We are in AS#1, peering eBGP with AS#2.. One of the advertisment sent from AS#1 to AS#2 is tagged with community "no-export". AS#2 sees the route coming with the no-export, however for some reason AS#2 still advertising the network to other eBGP neighbor.. I do not have access to AS#2.. So what could be wrong?

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Re: BGP no-export community

Hello Ahmede,

Start with basic configuration verification.

Are you sending communities to your neighbor?

dtl828-Bdr#show run | include send-community

neighbor 214.42.3.223 send-community

Is the no-export attribute set in the advertised network?

dtl828-Bdr# show ip bgp 140.26.0.0 | include no-export

Community: no-export

If the configuration on your side is correct, you need to contact your peer. Do they have a policy in place that removes communities?

HTH

--Leon

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Re: BGP no-export community

As I mnetioned in my original posting. AS#2 can see the no-export community on the route..

Re: BGP no-export community

Hello,

in addition to Leo's post, can you post the (BGP) configurations of both routers ?

Regards,

GNT

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Re: BGP no-export community

Hi,

It is possible in AS 2 they are redistributing that routes into IGP which removes the route coummunity than they are publishng it to other eBGP neighbor it's possible if it is ISP provided block or they have summarized at your network boundary.

please rate if it helps.

Kamlesh

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