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Redistribute direct routes inside BGP on cisco Nexus

Hello,

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I want to ask if aggregate routes inside of BGP in nexus switch considereted as direct routes? because i have strange situation when redistibuting direct routes in BGP and BGP advertize agregate summary-only route too. Are there any documentation?

Thanks

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Re: Redistribute direct routes inside BGP on cisco Nexus

direct routes are attached to the device. I.E. an SVI interface or an interface with an ip address on it.

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Re: Redistribute direct routes inside BGP on cisco Nexus

Alexandre,

See here for more information on route mapping in Nexus switches:

Deploying Route Maps on Cisco Nexus Switches - Cisco

I hope this helps.
Kelli Glass

Moderator for Cisco Customer Communities

Re: Redistribute direct routes inside BGP on cisco Nexus

hello,

from document it´s not clear what type of route are direct route. For me aggregate routes pointing to null 0 are static routes and not direct routes.

regards,

Enthusiast

Re: Redistribute direct routes inside BGP on cisco Nexus

direct routes are attached to the device. I.E. an SVI interface or an interface with an ip address on it.

Enthusiast

Re: Redistribute direct routes inside BGP on cisco Nexus

what is it exactly you are trying to accomplish?

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Re: Redistribute direct routes inside BGP on cisco Nexus

I have two nexus Border Leaf conected via EBGP to 2 PEs. Every nexus has aggregate-routes for fabric IP configured in bgp and redistribute direct inside the BGP too. The problem is that in one Nexus I see not only agrregate route pointing to null but agrregate route from another Nexus that generate loop for traffic that dont have host route /32.

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Re: Redistribute direct routes inside BGP on cisco Nexus

Is it the same aggregate? Can you post an example of the aggregate at site A in your scenario and the other route you are using from another Nexus and then also the /32 you are referring to and where that lives i.e. at site a or b or something?

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