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Cisco Bug: CSCvi03215 - suppress bgp default when default-information originate is configured

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Oct 16, 2019

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  • Cisco Carrier Routing System

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when a router is configured to originate a default via "default-information originate" it can overlap with a received (bgp) default route.
downstream routers do not receive 2 paths, but merely updates on the self originated one and the received/advertised one.
This can lead to routing discrepancies.

This request is about making the logic such that if D/O is configured, we suppress any received default and NOT advertise that downstream so that only the D/O is seen downstream.

D/O and having a (BGP) default route

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ASR9k IOS-XR BGP default-originate per peer
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Latest activity: Mar 14, 2018
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