I have a 7206 router configured with ingress sub-interfaces. I need only one of the two networks, including loopback that associated with it, to be included in BGP routing process. In other words, I want to exclude one loopback ip address ( loopback 0) and one /27 LAN from BGP routing on router.
Also you are using loopback 1 as your source address for your eBGP peering. In this case, this loopback should not be announced into BGP as it could create a recursive loop during the lookup (BGP next-hop learned inside BGP -> very bad)
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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