Cisco Support Community
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Community Member

External BGP route in an AS

Currently have BGP set up at our NOC through two upstream peers, for 4 Class C networks. We want to split off a /26 to a remote site, using a third, different ISP for client use. What's the best way to advertise the route to this new subnet? Just advertise the new route through our current BGP speaker, or? Thanks.

3 REPLIES
Gold

Re: External BGP route in an AS

Your biggest issue is that most ISP's will not accept /26. Even if they do their upstream BGP neighbors will more than likely filter to /24.

If this was for example a /22 and a /24 all you would do is have your new third isp advertise the network and continue to advertise the summaries into your other 2 isp's since the more specific route will be preferred all will work.

This same theory works with the /26 but it will be a matter if all the ISP's involved allow it. It might if the third ISP is a customer of both your current ISP and they configure things to make it work.

Re: External BGP route in an AS

I agree with Tim.

I had a similar requirement wherein i had to advertise /27 subnets, but these were rejected by my ISP.

The least which can be advertised is a /24 subnet.

HTH

Narayan

Community Member

Re: External BGP route in an AS

Thanks to both, I thought the same issue might arise... Would you think a PIX-PIX VPN tunnel between here and there, thus putting both routers in the same space would be a viable option? At our end is 45Mbs Fiber, there is 10 Mbs Copper-Fiber. Thanks again.

233
Views
0
Helpful
3
Replies
CreatePlease to create content