how to interprete the output of show ip route loops
Whilst messing about with iBGP to understand various functions I ran into a problem that turned out to be a routing loop.
The message I saw that set me off investigating loops was:
Dec 9 16:05:47.379: %IPRT-3-RIB_LOOP: Resolution loop formed by routes in RIB
Reading up on this I came across the command show ip route loops, and when I ran it I had the following output:
R3#sh ip route loops
->default:ipv4:base 10.2.4.0/24 -> base 10.2.5.2 bgp 00:19:57
default:ipv4:base 10.2.5.0/24 -> base 10.2.4.2 bgp 00:19:57 N
My question is, what is this output actually telling me?