Recently we discovered a problem with our configuration help-out, which was not problem with router having just static routes. We do with it a marking and rate-limiting of locally originating traffic upon its way to the output link. We have for it a local route-map, which directs all such traffic to local loopback. Here, one output rate-limiting command with marking is applied.
Now, we wanted to use this scenario with a router running BGP toward its peer. The BGP session couldn't be established due to presence of our "feature" which redirects now all BGP traffic to that loopback.
Is there any other way how to do this marking-and-limiting of local whatever traffic?
Create two instance of the route-map. route map instance 10 and 20. On instance 10, first match the traffic that matches BGP (source ip address of this router and destination addr. that of the peer) and set the next-hop to the appropriate gateway (if there is a router in between) or the peer itself.
On instance 20, match the remaining local traffic and set the nexthop to local loopback interface.
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