Can you draw a topology? Are you saying both routers redistribute it via BGP but only one of them can actually reach that network? In that case there could be a black hole issue if traffic arrives on the "wrong" router.
@ Ahmed - The circuits being built side by side and turn old one off and use the new one. Same LAN used to minimize interruptions / downtime . So if the next hop is configured as the interface ID not the IP address, it won't cause a routing conflict ?
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