Cisco WAN :: How To Separate BGP Routes Within AS65100 To Other AS65101

Mar 6, 2012

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Routers A1,A2,B1,B2 are in AS 65100
Routers 1 and 2 are in AS 65101 
Routes from the network2 to network3 should go through RouterA1-Router1
Routes from the network1 to network3 should go through RouterB2-Router2
As for now all routes within AS 65100 to AS 65101 goes through RouterB2/Router2

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