I am currently setting up a new VRF on a Cisco 7609 which is advertising (as a RR-Client) an iBGP route to a Juniper MX960. This route is then getting sent back to the default route table on the 7609 but rejected due to the cluster-id loop prevention. Although not ideal I need this route to be visible in both tables.
Is there a way of changing the bgp cluster-id per VRF rather than just globally?
I have ended up having to use eBGP between the Cisco box and our LNS to avoid the cluster ID of the Cisco being attached to the route advertisement toward the MX960. Although route leakage would be the best solution normally I need the traffic to go via a set path (DPI Traffic Management).
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