[j-nsp] L2Circuit with BGP/LDP

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Thu Feb 19 02:41:19 EST 2015

On 18/Feb/15 19:00, Scott Harvanek wrote:
> Hey all-
> I've got a question about a L2Circuit, normally we use LDP/OSPF, the
> loopback of the neighbor is reachable as the OSPF route for that /32
> is available in the internal LDP route table.  BGP routes are not
> imported into this table, my question is, is there a way to have a /32
> received over BGP known by LDP and all other routes excluded? We have
> a situation where OSPF is less desirable and I'd rather not setup a
> routing-instance to do full BGP signalling for this if we don't have to.

LDP typically consults IGP's (Static routing, OSPF, IS-IS) to create FEC's.

I suppose that RFC 3107 can be used for FEC's to be built against the
iBGP state, but I'm not a big fan (yet).


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