[nsp] BGP Q
bradley at dunn.org
Mon Feb 9 22:39:59 EST 2004
Matthew Crocker wrote:
> On Feb 9, 2004, at 5:24 PM, jlewis at lewis.org wrote:
>> Yes. You can prepend (I use the provider's ASN) received routes just as
>> you would prepend outgoing routes (route-map).
> You should always prepend with YOUR ASN. If you prepend your providers
> AS and later accidentally leak the route it is harder to track where the
> path is being munged.
If you prepend with your ASN and pass those routes via iBGP they will be
discarded. (Unless you disable loop detection, which is not advisable.)
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