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Re: BGP Multihoming default-originate only setup
said by kamikatze:If there is no redistribution between BGP and OSPF, then how does OSPF know default route to the Internet? Using the default originate command?
I'm running OSPF, but i'm not redistributing any routes.
said by kamikatze:Assuming it is coming from Internet BGP Looking Glass, then I notice something questionable. The looking glass shows that your backup ISP is considered primary transit AS to reach your AS, which should not be happening. Using the ISP BGP Community, you should be able to tune this to make your primary ISP as the primary transit AS instead.
3. How does your BGP-announced network look like on the Internet? A check on BGP looking glass (like one in this forum's FAQ) is a must to confirm.
Network Next Hop Metric LocPrf Weight
*> 18.104.22.168 3 0
2828 5588 5606 myAS
5606 is my backup ISP (1mbps).