[AusNOG] Preferencing Peering BGP over Transit BGP session on Mikrotik
aj at jonesy.com.au
Thu Jan 29 09:21:56 EST 2015
Localpref is non-transitive between ASes, so I'm not sure that this
would work if Daniel is using eBGP between his peering and edge routers.
Is there a reason you're running eBGP between your peering and edge
routers, rather than iBGP?
On 29.01.2015 08:25, Damien Gardner Jnr wrote:
> Just modify the input filter for the peering session on your peering
> router to increase the localpref of the received prefixes (BGP
> - >Set BGP Local Pref - set it to something higher than what you're
> setting for transit, but lower than what you are setting for prefixes
> received from your customers). As long as you're not modifying the
> localpref of prefixes received from the peering router on your edge
> router, then it'll accept that, and you'll see traffic go to peering
> rather than transit.
> On 29 January 2015 at 08:21, Daniel <daniel at dwatson.me> wrote:
>> Hi Guys
>> As some people on-list may be aware ive switched from Vyatta/VyOS to
>> Mikrotik as its much easier for me to manage then all the issues i
>> previously had with Vyatta/VyOS,
>> Since switching across to Mikrotik ive not had any issues what so
>> except until now,
>> We have MegaPort terminated to our peering router, in which I have a
>> session configured between the peering router and our edge router,
>> However when i traceroute 188.8.131.52 it still seems to be going over
>> than peering,
>> I was wondering if somebody on-list whom might have 10 - 15minutes
>> could give me a hand to resolve this issue?
>> Please let me know and ill be more then happy to provide further
>> information on request.
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