Hi. My question is do we really need iBGP Multipath? Ok, we have many iBGP routes on PE (I am not asking about eBGP), and many equal IGP paths. BGP by default selects one route to remote PE. But according to IGP we have many routes and CEF table gets all of them and starts load balancing traffic by its altorithms. And what if iBGP Multipath is on? There would be the same paths and the same result in CEF.
Thank for info. But my question was not what iBGP multipath is but for what reason do we need it. Cos CEf is the one who balance traffic and for it there is no difference which procotol contains CEF table: OSPF with multiple outgoing interfaces or BGP with the same interfaces. So where is the difference? For eBGP and for ieBGP it is clear, but what about iBGP multipath?
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