[j-nsp] Missing BGP Routes
Eric Van Tol
eric at atlantech.net
Tue Mar 17 14:28:33 EDT 2009
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Harry Reynolds [mailto:harry at juniper.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 17, 2009 1:46 PM
> To: Eric Van Tol; juniper-nsp
> Subject: RE: [j-nsp] Missing BGP Routes
> Normally an as path loop or other sanity check results in this state.
> From the config below does not seem this is the case. Perhaps add
> keep-all, restart/soft clear session, and then display hidden. Perhaps
> something will jump out.
> Does tracing show any errors when the routes are processed? Unreachable
> next hop normally is just hidden so does not seem the case here. Should
> not matter, but I normally doe not specify peer-as for an int group.
> Again should not break things but worth trying w/o.
I tried setting up tracing, and bouncing one of the routes so that it withdraws and readvertises, but nothing shows up in the trace file on edge01 that relate that route. I saw plenty of other updates, but nothing for 172.16.236.144/28.
I would also imagine that if it was a cluster ID problem (I'm using a hierarchical RR scheme), that the routes would be dropped on the two other routers as well (core01 and core02). Maybe I'm mistaken, though.
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