[j-nsp] Hidden IPv4 iBGP routes

Mohammad masalbad at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 16:10:59 EDT 2012

Hi john;


As far as I know when an  eBGP router receives a route contains its own AS
in the AS path it consider it as a loop, so for your case the juniper router
is seeing its own AS (XXXX) in the route's ASPATH received from its eBGP
neighbor (XXXXX  YYYYY I), so the solution I would suggest is to remove AS
XXXX on the other router before sending it to the juniper router, if XXXX is
a private AS you can use remove private on the other router; or you can use
AS override.
Hope it is helpful;
Mohammad Salbad

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