I'm stuck with a problem that seems to be above my head because I don't
have a lot of experience with complex routing. It looks like maybe the
more recently added auxiliary session feature might be helpful but it's
not clear to me. So we have two ISP...
Ok, I apologize I was not remembering all the details because the
solution involved shutting off asymmetric routing and I had multiple
problems involving that. (Comcast set up the circuit up wrong causing
several problems and it took a year for them ...
I am confused about how scenario B with Comcast routes is different than
scenario A with default routes. Why was it sending reply traffic back
out the wrong interface if there was no route lookup when replying?
Sorry, I was in a rush and didn't describe this well. Will try to fix. I
also stupidly used the wrong term when I meant asymmetric routing. But
when I first tried to put BGP into production on this firewall we
started dropping packets. I was told by ...
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