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Help About iBGP Peering

Good day,

 

Can someone here please help me regarding iBGP peering as I don't have full mesh between all peers some route are not being announced to another peers.

 

Routes coming from DR are not being advertised to wan and core routers neither the second site now about theses routes

 

 

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Hi, generally, I see 3

Hi,

 

generally, I see 3 possibilities here:

1) To configure a logical iBGP full-mesh among all your routers.

I.e., to add iBGP sessions from DR to that 3 remianing routers and an iBGP session between WAN-01 and Second DC.

2) To use eBGP where full-mesh is missing.

I.e., move the DR router to AS 65501 and Second DC to AS 65502, e.g.

This looks to me to be the easiest way.

3) Configure route-reflectors or BGP confederations.

Also a possibility, but a little more complicated.

 

Best regards,

Milan

 

 

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"I don't have full mesh between all peers"

So, you're saying all your iBGP peers are not known to each other or are you saying you don't have a full physical mesh?  If the former, that's a problem.

Advocate

Hi, generally, I see 3

Hi,

 

generally, I see 3 possibilities here:

1) To configure a logical iBGP full-mesh among all your routers.

I.e., to add iBGP sessions from DR to that 3 remianing routers and an iBGP session between WAN-01 and Second DC.

2) To use eBGP where full-mesh is missing.

I.e., move the DR router to AS 65501 and Second DC to AS 65502, e.g.

This looks to me to be the easiest way.

3) Configure route-reflectors or BGP confederations.

Also a possibility, but a little more complicated.

 

Best regards,

Milan

 

 

Beginner

Hi, thanks you all for your

Hi,

 

thanks you all for your contributions. Milan this was the solution that I've found suitable for my problem and solved what I was trying to do.

 

Best regards,

Alcides

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