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Help ! BGP can't be a trans-as.

r31 get route for r32. from "sh ip bgp" but r31 think the route (10.0.0.0), is igbp route and dont advertising to R1. How to fix the problem? The attachment is diagram.

I use "no sy" under each router bgp protocol

R31 "sh ip bgp"

* i9.0.0.0,192.168.103.1 ,0,100,0,1 9 i

192.168.103.1 is R2 ip address.

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Bronze

Re: Help ! BGP can't be a trans-as.

Hi,

If we are supposed to help you, you need to post the bgp config on at least r31.

You migth have prefix or as-path filtering output from r31 or input on r1. It could be the case ?

Also, post a show ip bgp nei x.x.x.x adver, on r31.

BR,

Bjornarsb

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Re: Help ! BGP can't be a trans-as.

I fix the problem.........

this is next-hop problem.

just add "next-hop-self".

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