BGP Design Question - BGP Redistribute-Internal
I am working on a new wires only MPLS solution for our WAN connectivity.
We will be sourcing 2 x links from the ISP (BT) and we will be managing the CE routers.
We have labbed up a scenario where our CE routers are running AS65410 and peering to the ISP with 64510
I then wanted to redistribute the routes into OSPF but it didnt' work.
This is caused by BGP loop prevention and can be overcome by putting bgp redistribute-internal in the bgp process.
My question is would this be a problem in our design?
Should be just be peering to the ISP with a different private AS, so make them an eBGP peer instead of an iBGP peer.
I am just looking around for some best practice BGP design docs on this scenario.
We have purchased two links and will be traffic engineering over both of them, but before I go any furthur I just wanted to get some confirmation on this design.