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BGP Issue

We have t3 from verizon and t1 from xo.T3 is primary conn. T3 was down by few hours, and then back up, suppose all trffice will go through t3, but somehow it still go t1. does anyone have any idea?

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Re: BGP Issue

Ken

You have not given us enough information to really understand your issue or to suggest an effective solution. From the title of the question I assume that you are running BGP. So one of the first questions would be if the BGP neighbor relationship came back up and is established when the T3 came up? Are there Verizon routes in the BGP table? Are there Verizon routes in the IP routing table?

It would also be helpful to understand how you are configuring it so that the T3 is the primary connection. Perhaps something there is not re-setting as you expect. Posting the configuration would help to answer this part of the question.

HTH

Rick

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Re: BGP Issue

Sounds like you installed a static route when bgp went down. Probably have to remove that as it's AD is less than bgp.

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