[quagga-users 9952] Re: iBGP problem
steve at ibctech.ca
Tue Sep 30 14:19:17 IST 2008
Peter van den Heuvel wrote:
> In the "ip route show" from cpl.bbq.grid all the 10-range addresses are
> routed over the default gateway (10.2.1.100) but should be routed over
> either 10.5.0.1 or 10.5.0.2. Pinging to any of these addresses does of
> course not work as 10.2.1.100 is in this case the gateway to the
> internet. The same thing happened on three new machines I am preparing
> to be connected to the Ca routers.
I have a couple of thoughts, but need to hone down to a more basic level...
First, show me (from the cpl.bbq.grid router):
- sh ip bgp
- sh ip prefix-list
Then, since I don't know if the le or ge works with access lists, can
you (on cpl.bbq.grid):
- on the ACLs for 'allow 10.0.0.0/8', replace them with:
'ip prefix-list NetGrid permit 10.0.0.0/8 ge 8'
- change your route-map(s) to the following format:
'match ip address prefix-list NetGrid'
...without testing it, and I may be wrong, I think that your router is
looking to match only 10.0.0.0/8 and not the longer prefixes. This would
have the effect of dropping the incoming prefixes, and blanketing the
entire 10/8 address space with the default-route.
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