[j-nsp] eBGP with internet provider from DataCenters
m.hallgren at free.fr
Fri Nov 15 12:22:36 EST 2013
Oups..., resend after ML police pointed out that message was too heavy.
Le 15/11/2013 18:14, Michael Hallgren a écrit :
> Le 15/11/2013 17:53, Yham a écrit :
>> can you comments on how AS-confederation will benefit more over
>> having all BRs part of single public AS with iBGP peering with neighbors.
> cBGP (or whatever we call it) between your sub-AS would allow you to
> nicely, more flexibly than with IGP, manage how traffic flow between them.
>> Datacenter-1 one is already on public AS so it will be difficult to
>> make changes.
> Right. It's a good thing to introduce AS-confed early. Later migration
> may be a PITA...
>> The only reason with two AS is architectural complexity when you
>> suggest one AS for both DCs or do you think any routing issues can
>> also be encounters.
>> On Fri, Nov 15, 2013 at 11:40 AM, Dave Curado <davec at curado.org
>> <mailto:davec at curado.org>> wrote:
>> Hi Yham,
>> Yes, with that link between the BR-1/BR-2 pair, I would tend to
>> make them one AS.
>> I just like keeping things as straight-forward as I can. =-)
>> But using different ASes would work as well.
>> That said, Michael Hallgren suggested doing an AS-confederation.
>> I think that's a great
>> idea to consider.
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