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Reg: BGP issue

Hi,

I am having router A which is connected to router b and router c as weel.

They are running in the same as. No sync is also configured. The problem I am having is that on router A the following two networks are advertised.

Network 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0

ip route 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0 null 0

when i do a show ip bgp 192.168.1.0 it says it is not advertised to any peer. As such router b and router c is not geting 192.168.1.0 network. These routes are in the bgp table of router a.

The only wired thing i found is they have a route map ibgp-out applied out towards router b and router c. The router map looks like this:

route-map ibgp-out deny 10

There is nothing configured under route-map ibgp out. I am thinking that this is blocking the routes to advertised to router b and c. Am I right. Any suggestions ?

Tks

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Re: Reg: BGP issue

"I am thinking that this is blocking the routes to advertised to router b and c. Am I right."

Yes you are. If you want to allow the route to be advertised either

1) modify route-map to allow it before the deny

2) remove the route-map altogether

Jon

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