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  1. Rene,
    Great lesson however, I have questions if we have two ISPs and we would like to route traffic out through ISP-1. It means we need to set up a higher weight on the ISP-1 peering with us and setup a lower weight on the second ISP-2?
    How can we make sure traffic goes out ISP-1 and comes back in using ISP-2?
    Thanks

    Hamood

  2. Hi Rene,

    Off topic, I don’t see topic conditional advertisement. Will you be adding this in future?

    thanks in advance.

    KR
    Zeeshan

  3. Hello Lee

    Looking a little deeper into the issue, looking at the router configurations, the router IDs of both R2 and R3 are indeed the same as both Lo interfaces are set to 2.2.2.2. So according to BGP route selection process, if the router IDs are the same, then the router will prefer the route with the lowest neighbour IP address. So between R2 and R3, the lowest neighbour IP address is indeed 192.168.12.2, so R2 will be chosen as the path.

    So the following statement in the lesson has to be revised:

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  4. Thanks Laz for clarifying that for me and the prompt response.

  5. HI,
    why you are gave the same loop back adress on both router
    thanks

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