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Route a default route through an MPLS network

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Re:Route a default route through an MPLS network

Postby Guest » Fri Jan 07, 2011 4:08 pm


Actually your suggestion does work fine with the default-information. I thought this command only existed for the ospf. The network is a bit complicated, unfortunately I can't say much about it, but think of it as connecting sites between them and at one of the sites, e.q. H.Q. there is a different router from an ISP that (or a firewall) that provides internet connectivity. So we as a company do not offer this internet connectivity.

Moreover I have some problems with redistributing the ospf default route into the BGP. it does not seems to work (although I can get away with it with a simple static route),

Regards.

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Re:Route a default route through an MPLS network

Postby Guest » Fri Jan 07, 2011 5:03 pm


You should be able to redistribute the default route from OSPF to BGP. Is the default carried in OSPF as an external route (LSA type 5)? If so, it will not be redistributed into BGP unless explicitly configured (ie: redistribute ospf <process-id> match external). Default-information originate is also require in this case.

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