BGP:Using local pref instead of BGP conditional route advertisement
Imagine I want to make 3750_SWITCH pick RouterC as a path in case traffic from RouterB fails.
router bgp 65123
neighbor [router b] remote-as [as #]
neighbor [router c] remote-as [as #]
neighbor [router b] route-map local-pref
set local-preference 200
Is there any drawback if I use 'local preference' attribute in order to control path the 3750_SWITCH should take ? I have been taking a look at 'Conditionally Advertising BGP Routes' as well. However, it seems to me that the 'local preference' method below should work and it is simple to implement.
If you think there is a relevant technical reason not to use the local preference method below and instead I should use BGP conditional route advertisement, please let me know.
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