Multiple Sites Using Same BGP AS with Different Providers?
Apologies in advance if this has been answered somewhere but I'm seeing an issue where I have multiple independant sites running BGP off my ASN with different advertised IP blocks and different ISPs.
Route Advertised: yyy.yyy.62.0/24
Route Advertised: yyy.yyy.63.0/24
Route Advertised: yyy.yyy.56.0/23
If I check the routing table from site 1 to see the routes from site 3, I don't see the route at all. I'm guessing this is normal. Is there a way to bypass this behaviour to get it to advertise inside the same AS? If not, is there someway to get all 3 sites to see each other?
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