Re: Advertising same subnet from two locations BGP -AS Path?
Replace xxxx with your as-number. The only part of this that is beyond your control is if you ISP or another upstream provider is aggregating the address space. You should first check a bgp looking glass to see if your specific /24 route is in the internet routing table or not. If it is, you should be good to go with this setup. If not, then you need to contact your ISP and ask them to allow your specific /24 out to the internet. Failing to do this step will result in your secondary connection being the preferred path because it will be more specific then your primary connections route, basically you will have the exact opposite result as you intended to have, with Location B being the primary for Location A's subnet and vice versa.
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