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BGP and subnet mask

Wondering if anyone ran into something like this before. I have a temporary setup in which I have a bgp router(rt4)which tunnels certain subnets to Frankfurt. So the set up goes:

rt4 -> GRE tunnel -> ffrt1

I'm only allowing 3 subnet to go over the tunnel:

10.255.181.0/24

192.168.11.0/24

192.168.10.0/24

The only subnet that is giving me problems is the 10.255.181.0/24 subnet.

As it stands right now only 1 person can get to Frankfurt and no one else can make it. The one that can make it I believe has a static IP address while the otheres are assigned dynamic. I notice that everyone who couldn't make it to Frankfurt had a /25 subnet mask so I figure to get around it I can just summarize the subnet to a /24 and all would be good. When I did that no one could make it to Frankfurt, I also tried a static IP but no luck. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: BGP and subnet mask

No worries I found the problem it was due to a proxy server

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