[quagga-users 12144] Re: redistribution of BGP Internal routes is not happening across two different AS'es

Adrian Terranova aterranova at gmail.com
Thu Mar 10 00:44:35 GMT 2011


What is the routing protocol internally - are they static routes or a DRP?
(This was already posted so sorry for the redundancy.)

-Adrian

On Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 8:48 AM, vinnakota chaitanya
<chaitanyaa_v at yahoo.com>wrote:

> Hi ,
>
> I'm using latest quagga release 0.99 and configured 4 BGP routers . Among
> which two BGP routers belong to AS-1 and one belongs to AS-2 and the last
> one runs as a
> Multi-Instance BGP router belonging to both AS-1 and AS-2.
>
> The below is my n/w setup. All the routers are running BGP protocol.
>
>     R1[AS2] ________________ R2[AS2]--------Internal N/W Z
>      |
>      | [AS1]
>      |_________R3[ AS1]---------------------Internal N/W Y
>      |
>      | [AS1]
>      |_________R4[AS1]--------------------------- Internal N/W X
>
> In all the routers configuration file I've the command  "redistribute
> connected" and as
> the result I'm able to reach R2 from R3,R4 and vice-versa. But I'm not able
> to reach to their internal networks as the distribution of Internal routes
> is not happening from
> R1 to R2 and R1 to R3,R4.
>
> My question is how to distribute the internal routing table [ OF N/W's
> x,y,z ] which is  part of R1 to R2,R3,R4
>
>
>
> Thanks
> Chaitanya
>
>
>
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