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Re: weird BGP cisco-ism? [problem resolved]
From: matthew () scruz net (Matthew Kaufman)
Date: Fri, 11 Jul 1997 14:48:34 +0000

Original message <199707112126.RAA11467 () home partan com>
From: Andrew Partan <asp () partan com>
Date: Jul 11, 17:26
Subject: Re: weird BGP cisco-ism? [problem resolved]

provider, and we have "summary-only" set in our BGP configuration. Every

Try it w/o the summary-only stuff.

Didn't help at all.


I don't use summary-only, or aggregate-address, or network XXX at
all.  I redis my connected & static routes into bgp and arrange
for my global routes to make it beyond my AS.  I also use pull up
static routes to null0 for all of my blocks.

I redistribute in a similar way, and have the statics to null0 as well.

Still insisted on flapping at least twice every time it got the brief
hit on the /24 subnet coming from the outside world.

At this point what needs to happen is for this to be recreated in
a lab somewhere and some config changes tried... I can't blow away
my customers one more time just to play with it. 

Some day we'll have routers that can tell you what they're doing, right?

-matthew



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