Got to ask, any ideas?
martin.kraus at wujiman.net
Mon Apr 1 11:20:13 CEST 2013
On Mon, Apr 01, 2013 at 12:24:20AM -0700, dspazman at epicup.com wrote:
> So I had to give up a bandwidth customer because of this situation. I really want to track down what it could be though.
> I was able to ping their router. We had an established BGP session. They were on a cisco unit, I'm using Bird. I could see all the routes in my table. I could run show protocols all <protocol> and see the filter filtering down the full routing table to just export 4 routes (one was the default route, other three were just 3 more we were trying). I could run show route export <protocol> and see the 4 routes listed as being exported.
> But they never saw any routes. They never got my announced routes. But it was an established BGP session.
> Any ideas?
If you do
show proto <name of bgp proto> all
does it show in the Routes: line any exported routes?
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