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BGP multihomed 2 ISPs, One won't run BGP

Hi all!

We currently have several links (XDSL) to one provider with static routes and several IP blocks provided. We are getting an E10 from a different provider ; we are planning on getting our own address space and running BGP. The first provider won't run BGP...

I was wondering if by adding a router between the first provider and us, I could somewhat resolve the issue:

     - Static routes on provider side

     - BGP on our side with private ASN

Is this feasible ? Any drawbacks to that method?

Thank you all!

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Re: BGP multihomed 2 ISPs, One won't run BGP

In this case, one issue could come across about the different outgoing and incoming interfaces. If you own your own address space(minimum /24 pool) in that case static SP need to advertise that pool, so while traffic comes form internet might have two but for outgoing traffic from your cloud might have one path.

regards

Shivlu Jain

http://www.mplsvpn.info

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