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Re: Reducing Usenet Bandwidth
In the referenced message, Jared Mauch said: > > I think you are refering to cisco bugid: CSCdv47188 > > -- snip -- > If the first entry in the Multicast Border Gateway Protocol (MBGP) > routing table is supernet of the destination IP address or the MBGP > route exists but does not have the best path, Reverse Path Forwarding > (RPF) lookup will fail or return a unicast Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) > route if a unicast BGP route exists. > > Workaround: Remove the first entry or add a dummy route that is > smaller than the first entry. In case of a MBGP route without a best > path, change the network configuration to ensure that the specified > destination address has the best path. > -- snip -- This does seem to resemble the issue, but in my discussion with cisco it didn't seem they intended on deploying resources on the corner cases I described. I'll check to see how the above bug relates to those issues.