Hi,I have a router that advertises this prefix 100:1 188.8.131.52/29
This address has to be received by two ASR9K: Router A and B which have the same VRF configured with RD 100:2 and 100:3 respectively.
The routes are received by the two 9k and instal...
Hi, in the topology I am working with, I have 2 routers that are advertising a default route in a VRF. Those two routes are then advertised to a RR which then reflects them to its clients. My goal is to have the RR reflect both of the routes and then...
Hi,I am working with the topology in the image. Router A, B and C have an
neighborship. B and C announce a
towards A, Router A should prefer the default advertised from B to the one advertised from C.This is the configuration I ...
I am working with a very simple topology made up by two routers: A running XR and B running XE. Routers A and B are directly connected using the
IP ending in .0 is configured on Router A, IP ending in .1 is configured on B....
I am trying to troubleshoot an issue we're having with the 9k in our network and while I was able to gain some understanding, I need some help. Our network is a transit network, that is we provide l2vpn services (VPWS or VPLS) to our customers. S...
thanks for the help!Reading the document I would have never gotten this to work without the suggestion from Harold as the two path have a different origin thus the RR will announce the one with the lowest RID to the clients. Configuring a differe...
yes only Router A interface is in the VRF:
ipv4 address 172.16.0.1 255.255.255.248
On router B:
ip address 172.16.0.2 255.255.255.248
What I see is this, from router A: