PfR on dual ASR with Dual ISP does not work correctly
i am configuring for while with PfR now. i got some policies working, others not. but the all other solution is not working as expected.
i use liveaction to see if there is some better traffic flow but => no.
what i tried to accomblish is WAN outbound and inbound optimization on
first: ASN, second applikation, dependent on packet loss, jitter and delay....
so may curent configuration looks like as follows:
we have dual routers ( ASR 1001) with each connected to two upstream carriers.
we have BGP full table.
pfr master policy-rules PFR_Configure keepalive 60 logging ! border 169.254.169.12 key-chain xyz interface Port-channel1.992 internal interface GigabitEthernet0/0/2 external maximum utilization receive percentage 65 interface GigabitEthernet0/0/3 external maximum utilization receive percentage 65 ! border 169.254.169.11 key-chain xyz interface GigabitEthernet0/0/3 external maximum utilization receive percentage 65 interface GigabitEthernet0/0/2 external maximum utilization receive percentage 65 interface Port-channel1.992 internal ! learn delay inside bgp traffic-class filter access-list PFR_Prefixes expire after time 60 max prefix total 20000 learn 20000 max range receive percent 40 mos threshold 3.06 mode monitor fast periodic 90 ! ! pfr border logging local Port-channel1.992 master 169.254.169.11 key-chain xyz
! pfr-map PFR_Configure 10 match pfr learn inside set periodic 90 set mode select-exit good set backoff 90 90 set delay threshold 80 set mode route control set mode monitor fast set resolve delay priority 1 variance 10
but i allways get logging events telling me not "write" ( what it shall be). so does anyone outhere has a working sample config for this cenario ?
i want to use "inside bgp" or a prefix list both possible since we only have a few /22 to announce.
on the other hand outbound everything shall be loadbalanced based on destination.
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