[c-nsp] Connected routes / Static routes advertised to RR's

Oliver Boehmer (oboehmer) oboehmer at cisco.com
Wed Jun 29 07:19:13 EDT 2016

Nick wrote:
> CiscoNSP List wrote:
> > Static route to that prefix on the RR-client, shows as "no best path"
> > as the 79.106 prefix is "inaccessible"?  but as above, it is
> > accessible and I can ping it? (So the static is not advertised to any
> > other RR-clients):
> you'd make it a lot easier for people to see what was going on if you
> used rr# and client# for the prompts, as appropriate.
> What does "show ip route xxx.xxx.79.106" look like on the client?

In addition, can you please include your RR BGP config? The next-hop is visible via a /30 route. Do you have selective next-hop tracking configured with route-map limit next-hops to /32s or something else which would require next-hops to be /32?


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