I?m running BGP using local-preference to determine the best route for each package (no weight is used). If I create a new route-map in one of my routers with the highest local preference pointing to one of my ISP (no other statements configured inside the route-map), Does this configuration will re-routed all the traffic from my BGP neighbors under same AS# to the ISP in question?.
Thank you for your quick response and for your comments. I will follow up the link in detail.
Using IBGP, Can you also confirm this for me:
If no "match ip add prefix-list" is configured into the route-map, Do the router (Ex: router B) will sent all the traffic from other routers using same AS to the interface configured for the ISP in question causing network congestion or down?
Basically, my question is related to your second question using same AS on different routers. Now, I believe from your comments that if I?m not restricting the address space thru the use of prefix list, all the traffic that I?m advertising will be route to the ISP configured on router b with the highest local preference. Correct?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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