Perhaps I am bit confused. In describing your issue you first say that the routes are not propagated. Then you say that it prepends both class Cs. How can it prepend if the routes are not propagated? Can you help me understand better what is going on?
If I use the first network command with the 255.255.254.0 netmask, it propagates. When I split up the subnet into to class c networks, it doesn't propagate. I either want to not advertise out one class c at all or to be able to prepend just one class c, but so far, I can't do it.
That is the thing, these are the changes I made and then it wouldn't propagate out my routes. I did clear my bgp with a soft out. If I test from Abovenet looking glass, it changes, but there is not route to my AS when I break this down by class c.
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