I've got an MPLS network that is experiencing routing loops every 3-4 hours. Our Service Provider says they are seeing advertisements from our routers for routes that are not in that part of the network. When we check our routers, they say the opposite. Is it possible for a router to advertise a route that is not in its network back to the router it got the advertisement from even with split-horizon enabled? We are running eigrp on our local networks and the Service Provider is redistributing into bgp.
No direct links between VPN sites. Most of our VPN connections are a single E1 or T1. There is one site that has two sites splitting off from the SP's router. All three routers are apparently on the same subnet. We are checking out SIA stuck-in-active issues that occur there but the SIA issues are present even when the problem isn't.
I'll have to talk to SP about SOO BGP extended attribute.
The routes from SP appear as internal.
I'm looking at creating a distribute-list now. Was never necessary before.
Is it possible for you to share the config. Also, just a recomemndation to consider, you may try converting your site as stub conencted. This would prevent by default learnt routes to any other peers. However, please plan it properly else you may face outage.
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