I have just configured a DS3 on my 7206. This wil be replacing 3 T1's. I will have one T1 on copper as failover. I am trying to configure BGP so that all traffic will go over the DS3 but I would like to route 1 or 2 of our /24's over the T1. IF someone is willing to go over my config and give me a hand getting this set up I sure would appreciate it. Here is the config, Savvis DS3 and Internap T1 are the circuits that will remain.
You havent provided the interface ip addresses (or the interface configs) for the DS3 and T1 interface. Its hard to find out without that, where the BGP peering is going to. I assume both the links are going to different ISPs and different routers.
To doing that, I think you may try to just modify your to-internap route map, like your other route-maps, perpend as-paths to the neighbor that connecting your DS3 when match the route. So that the route you mention above will choose the T1 rather that the DS3 just for that route.
permit 192.168.0.0 0.0.0.255 ! Fill the networks you want to use through INAP
route-map TO-INTERNAP permit 5
match ip address UseINAP ! So you don't prepend.
route-map MAP2 permit 5 ! You may want to rename this!
match ip address UseINAP
set as-path prepend etc. !This will prepend to Savvis.
It seems like you are on the right track (assuming ACL 198 is the networks you want to use through INAP), you just need to stop prepending them when you announce to INAP. You may want to consider using named ACL's and more descriptive route-map names. Will make your life easier.
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