We currently have 2 ISP providers giving us a full routing table for our data center internet access
However, we just upgraded one internet link
Now we have
After the upgrade I noticed that ISP-A was sending us a default...
We currently have 2 routers with links to 2 different providers
1 link is MPLS using BGP........with EIGRP being our internal protocol (provider #1)
2nd link is a point to point to our data center. (provider #2)
We are adding a 3rd link for VOICE...
We currently have a few DMVPN sites with no separate Vrf for default routes or internet traffic.
What we do have is EIGRP running between the hub and spoke and only allowing internal networks to be advertised via EIGRP
and a static default route go...
We have a 100 meg link to our provider.
I was under the impression that QoS is really only applied when the link is saturated
We have 3 "bucket" going to the provider...
1 for DSCP EF which gets the "premium bucket"
1 for AF31 which gets "enhanced...
Yesterday we had an incident where one of our ISP's had a routing issue yet was still advertising
routes to us that were unreachable.
We have two ASR routers..one dedicated to ISP1 the other dedicated to ISP2
The ASR's are connected to each other v...
Your solution worked too.
I believe my mistake was using a distribute-list and associating a prefix-list or route map with it directly with it...instead of using an ACL
once I configured and a distribute-list pointing to an ACL...
I changed the configuration to
distance bgp 171 200 200
and that seemed to do the trick.
Although the routes were in my bgp topology table...they weren't in my routing table
as far as filtering
I tried a prefix list filtering only t...
Router 2..link 2..Is our point to point...and was considered our primary link
to the data center
Router 1 link 1 is our MPLS and was the link for other sites
Our core switch at the remote site is still using router 1 link 1 MPLS to other...