That's the main question I'll be asking tomorrow. I've been so stuck on looking at my config that I didn't stop to think that they might be filtering everything down to just 0/0. Thanks for questioning.
You need to ask AT&T if they are advertising to you only default route.
To peer with an upstream, you need to request for either full route or partial route. This is beneficial if you are multihoming. Else, default route is enough if you only peer with AT&T. However, even though you only peer with AT&T, you can still request for full route or partial route.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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