[quagga-users 8800] Re: BGP4 Solutions

Arnold Nipper arnold at nipper.de
Mon Aug 13 01:23:28 IST 2007


On 12.08.2007 16:38 Benny Amorsen wrote

>>>>>> "AN" == Arnold Nipper <arnold at nipper.de> writes:
> 
> AN> On 12.08.2007 12:13 Benny Amorsen wrote
> 
>>> By the way, is iBGP supposed to be able to work with two routers
>>> connected to each other by two links (with separate subnets)?
> 
> AN> Of course. Use loopback addresses and an IGP (IS-IS, OSPF, RIPv2, RIP,
> AN> static. Whatever fits best for your topology) to route the
> AN> loopback addresses.
> 
> It is not valid to set up two iBGP sessions between two routers, even
> if separate address pairs are used?

Why do you want to do that? Of course it will work, but it is not BCP.

> Is that the case for eBGP as well?
> 

For eBGP if you have to connection you most likely will bond both
interfaces. If not also use loopback interfaces, static routing and eBGP
multihop with hopcount two.



Arnold
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