Another way to specify OSPF routes to be imported into BGP is by using route redistribution. The default is for all routing redistribution to be disabled. I didn't find anything that stood out as being misconfigured at this point. can you send the following to me:
I wouldn't go redistributing 120,000 BGP routes into OSPF, thats going to be a world of pain for your OSPF routers :-(
Why don't you redistribute default routes from both R1 and R2 into the OSPF domain as External Type 1 routes? This way, each internal OSPF router will use the 'closest' router (R1 or R2) for external routes. If you advertise you internal routes to your ISP identically on both R1 and R2, you can 'hope' that the ISP will utilise both links for inbound traffic to your AS, but it depends on there set-up.
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