We copy large amounts of data from a host in site C to a host at subnet 10.234.0.0/22. I have two paths to get from C to the host. One is perfered by us due to larger bandwidth. The link between C -B is a gig and B-A is a Gig. The link between C-Z is 100 meg.
Both of the A and Z routers are on the same OSPF area on the LAN side and different BGP AS on the WAN side. I want to advertise the route from Z to be a higher metric so it is not the perfered route. I want traffic from teh 10.232.x.x network to chose the C-B, B-A. The C-Z is an alternate backup for this data copy.
How can I advertise from the A and Z router the 10.234.0.0/22 so it is a higher metric from Z than A?
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