Re: Can i influence my bgp traffic out having unequal routing pr
If I understand your scenario well, then the problem is caused by the following:
You receive full route table from ISP1 and a summarized route table from ISP2, on the same internet gateway. (Please correct me if I'm wrong.)
The result is that both the components of the full routing table and the summarized routes are installed in the routing table (independently of set weight, local preference, etc), as they are treated as different prefixes by the route table process.
When you send traffic to a particular destination, the router will chose ISP1 (sending the full routes) because the router chooses the route with the longest match in the routing table. (Summarized routes have a shorter prefix length).
One simple solution may be to ask both ISPs to send the same summarized route tables, if you can cooperate with them on that.
Then you can set weight on the received routes and now it will have the desired effect on path selection.
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