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ip routing

hi,

we r a small isp.for one of our customer ,we want to connect the customer to our nearest link(site) thru p2p microwave link.from that link,i need to route that so that they use INTERNET.The customer also wants to advertise their public ip's in our network.

i need to route the public ip's using static routing.how to go about it?? .how to route???anybody who has gone thru this kind of issue.(not using bgp).

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Re: ip routing

hi

if you are using static routes you need to have the static route on the PE router where your customer is getting connected.

And from your PE through your IGP you can advertise that network internally to your core and from there you can advertise the same to your upstream.

But before doing all these things make sure that the address space given by the customer is registered and owned by him.

regds

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