Refer to the Exhibit.
The Client 1 router forwards a route learned from its EBGP peer to the route reflector RR1. The
route reflector forwards the route to the Client 2 router. However, the Client 2 router uses
suboptimal routing to reach the EBGP route destination.
What would cause this behavior?
The route reflector becomes the default forwarding path for packets sent from Client 2 towards
the EBGP route destination.
The route reflector is using the no-client-reflect parameter.
The route reflector has a next-hop self policy for EBGP-learned routes.
The route reflector is applying the originator ID attribute to the route.
2 Comments on “What would cause this behavior?”
NHS means the default gateway to EBGP route……..