[bdNOG] BGP configuration issue in Caching Solution System
Mir Amin Uddiin @Yahoo
nibir78 at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 21 23:50:39 BDT 2013
Yes, Rakib Bhai I've checked diagram. Since iBGP peering is up, so IGP and iBGP is working loop-free. So, issue is to/from outside. Could you check if next-hop-self is configured?
On Thursday, November 21, 2013 11:42 PM, Mirza Rakib <mmrakib at gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Amin Vai,
If possible please see the network diagram it is denited my
requirement.I dont check carefully the BGP table.However, my main
concern bgp through the L3 switch.BGP is running in Router and Caching
Control Server.L3 ensures inter vlan routing.We can ping from between
server,L3 and Router not outside network.
On 11/21/13, Mir Amin Uddiin @Yahoo <nibir78 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Dear Rakib Bhai,
> I bit hard to realize without looking into the routing table. Just a query
> to be ensured, is "next-hop-self" configured at iBGP peers?
> ~ nibir
> On Thursday, November 21, 2013 9:41 PM, Mirza Rakib <mmrakib at gmail.com>
> Hi Team,
> I am facing an issue to configure internal BGP
> (iBGP) where a L3 switch exist in between Router and another Caching
> Server. The architecture like:
> Router-A(BGP, AS45245)----L3 Switch(3 different VALNs:
> VLAN10, VLAN20 and VLAN30)-------BGP Caching Control Server( AS45245,
> BGP formed but there is routing issue. We can
> reach Router-A to all Servers in
> differnet VLANs and vice versa but cannot reach outside and also from
> outside to servers are not reachable. We are getting some sites IP in BGP
> Caching Control Server bgp table.
> However we not reacing there, we got loop or stack at L3 switch, whenever we
> Mirza Rakib
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