On 30/12/16 14:46, Charlie Smurthwaite wrote:
I'm using pmacctd with the built-in BGP daemon. This works very well
except that my own prefixes are always resolved to AS zero.
I am fairly sure these prefixes are being exported by my bird instance,
but don't seem to reach the AS table in pmacctd.
Is there an obvious reason for this, and/or a workaround I could use to
resolve my own prefixes to my AS number?
I've figured this out. I was running bird and pmacctd on the same host.
pmacctd's internet bgp was rejecting routes with a next-hop attribute of
127.0.0.1. Overriding this to another arbitrary address allows the
routes to be accepted and resolved to the correct AS.
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