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Re: BGP without an IGP
- From: Jake Khuon
- Date: Thu Mar 28 14:01:39 2002
### On Thu, 28 Mar 2002 13:40:51 -0500, "Abarbanel, Benjamin"
### <Benjamin.Abarbanel@Marconi.com> casually decided to expound upon
### "'Randy Bush'" <email@example.com>, Russ White <firstname.lastname@example.org> the
### following thoughts about "RE: BGP without an IGP":
BA> into the AS as IBGP routes. But from what I understood Ken original topology
BA> he was only talking about reachability within the AS. Reachability between IBGP
BA> peers that are more than 1 hop away.
Unless memory and past email messages serve me wrong, I believe Ken's
topology called for full-mesh.
BTW, we ran iBGP full mesh without an IGP quite fine. Okay.. so there's a
twist... We did it for IPv6 (before Cisco had IPv6 IS-IS) but I see no
reason why it wouldn't also work for IPv4.
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