I am having 2 service providers say A with 2 Mbps and B with 1 Mbps. I am having one own Class C networks say 192.168.1.0/24.I am running BGP with both. Both A and B are accepting at worst, single Class C advertisement from me to them. Here comes my problem...
Unfortunately, 192.168.1.0/27 assigned to one customer say C having 2 Mbps link and 192.168.1.32/27 assigned to another customer say D.No IP subnets are free and i don't want IP addresses from my provider.I am able to do necessary conf for inbound for Single Class C. But, observing the above scenario, i want INBOUND TRAFFIC for C through A and for D through B. Is it possible by any attributes in BGP?
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