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Adding a 2nd subnet on ASR920

Hi!

We've got a second public subnet from our ISP and would like to use them, but we are not sure how to configure it on our ASR.

Here is our current config:

 

bridge-domain 1 
 member GigabitEthernet0/0/0 service-instance 1
 member GigabitEthernet0/0/10 service-instance 1
...
bridge irb
...
interface BDI1
 no ip address
...
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 165.228.132.25

We have a public subnet of 165.228.132.24/29

and our new ip range is 165.228.224.0/24

The new subnet sould be routed to 165.228.132.25 which is the ISP's router.

 

So do we add another BDI? and set an IP for a router, use that as a gateway, and just route "ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 165.228.132.25" ?

Or how would this work?

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Re: Adding a 2nd subnet on ASR920

Hello,

 

you can add multiple secondary addresses to the BDI, so yes, that would be the way to go if you get a third subnet.

 

interface BDI1
ip address 165.228.224.1 255.255.255.0 secondary

ip address x.x.x.x 255.255.255.0 secondary
ip address 165.228.132.26 255.255.255.248

 

 

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Re: Adding a 2nd subnet on ASR920

Hello,

 

I guess you could also just add a secondary IP address to the existing BDI ?

 

Which ASR920 model do you have exactly ? I am asking because I think not all models can do NAT (the ASR920-12SZ-IM can)...

Beginner

Re: Adding a 2nd subnet on ASR920

We have an ASR-920-24SZ-M

We want to have all the IPs available on a public switch. I don't think we need to NAT. just forwarding? We do not want to translate the public IPs into Private addresses. Everything is good on public. We have a switch connected to a router and servers on the switch. We want all of them to be on the public network.

VIP Mentor

Re: Adding a 2nd subnet on ASR920

Hello,

 

understood.

 

So adding a secondary address (one of the addresses from the new address space) to the BDI should be sufficient...

Beginner

Re: Adding a 2nd subnet on ASR920

But the Current BDI does not have any routing, or IP configured. Its more like a switch, and everyone on the primary subnet just addressing the ISP's router as a gateway.

So Now if we just add an IP address to the BDI1 from the 2nd ip range, how does it going to get routed over to the ISP's router?

I have added a diagram of how the layout looks now.

ASR.jpg

Beginner

Re: Adding a 2nd subnet on ASR920

I've just added an IP to BDI1 and it does not work.

VIP Mentor

Re: Adding a 2nd subnet on ASR920

Hello,

 

you will need to add, at the very least, the new interface to the bridge domain:

 

bridge-domain 1
member GigabitEthernet0/0/0 service-instance 1
member GigabitEthernet0/0/2 service-instance 1
member GigabitEthernet0/0/10 service-instance 1

 

What is the default gateway supposed to be for the new subnet, 165.228.224.0/24 ? If the ASR is just used as a bridge, your ISP needs to add that gateway address to the same interface, as a secondary address, as the one where 165.228.132.25 is configured. Since, I assume, you don't have access to the ISP router, get with them, maybe they alread have the routing in place...

Beginner

Re: Adding a 2nd subnet on ASR920

The ASR is our equipment.

The ISP wants us to do the routing on the ASR.

So whatever address we set on the ASR will be the default gateway for the new subnet. We ware thinking 165.228.224.1 for the ASR and the 165.228.224.0/24 will be routed to that IP. But in the ASR we need to forward everything to the 165.228.132.25

Our ISP will not add the 2nd IP to their router. we will have to solve that.

Thank you!

VIP Mentor

Re: Adding a 2nd subnet on ASR920

Hello,

 

so what if you add the default gateway for the new subnet as a secondary address, and then just have a default route to the .25 address ?

 

Actually, can you post the running configuration of your ASR ?

Beginner

Re: Adding a 2nd subnet on ASR920

I think I've got it working.

Adding a primary and the secondary IP to the BDI1 did the trick.

Thank you for your help!

interface BDI1
 ip address 165.228.224.1 255.255.255.0 secondary
 ip address 165.228.132.26 255.255.255.248
...
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 165.228.132.25
ip route 165.228.224.1 255.255.255.0 165.228.132.25

My question now is, what to do when we've get a 3rd subnet? :-)

Just create another BDI for example BDI 2 and add the ISP's uplink Gi0/0/10 into both? Can we do that?

And add another ip address on BDI 2? Would that work?

Thank you!

VIP Mentor

Re: Adding a 2nd subnet on ASR920

Hello,

 

you can add multiple secondary addresses to the BDI, so yes, that would be the way to go if you get a third subnet.

 

interface BDI1
ip address 165.228.224.1 255.255.255.0 secondary

ip address x.x.x.x 255.255.255.0 secondary
ip address 165.228.132.26 255.255.255.248

 

 

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