Are there any caveats associated when peering in BGP with an HSRP virtual address?
I have a national ethernet circuit which terminates on a layer 2 switchport. The vlan of this switchport is then trunked to 2 Layer 3 gateway routers running HSRP between them for resiliency.
I want to set up eBGP between the CE on one end of the link and the PE routers at the other end.
Is it possible for the CE to peer with the HSRP virtual address? I'm hoping that whichever PE router is the active router for the standby group will peer with the CE and in the event of a PE router failure, the standby router will take up the responsibility of peering with the CE.
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