Task 2.3 - rehashed

I was going to shrug this off, but it's bothering me now.  For whatever reason, MED wasn't the first thing in my mind to manipulate the 150.1.11.0/24 route out of AS200.  Resetting the origin code was.

 

So, since the the lab didn't specify MED, only prohibited using as-path prepend, would creating a route-map that matches the prefix and setting the origin code lower or higher from one of the AS 200/100 interface points be an incorrect solution (depending on how you originated the prefix to begin with, network statement vs redistribute - also not specified)?  If so, why?

 

I'm sure this must have been asked and answered before; I do apologize for my rather short search effort.

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  • Not unless the task says dont use origin code. 

    Brian McGahan, 4 x CCIE #8593 (R&S/SP/SC/DC), CCDE #2013::13
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    On Apr 21, 2014, at 10:18 PM, "hrtendrup" <[email protected]> wrote:

    I was going to shrug this off, but it's bothering me now.  For whatever reason, MED wasn't the first thing in my mind to manipulate the 150.1.11.0/24 route out of AS200.  Resetting the origin code was.

     

    So, since the the lab didn't specify MED, only prohibited using as-path prepend, would creating a route-map that matches the prefix and setting the origin code lower or higher from one of the AS 200/100 interface points be an incorrect solution (depending on how you originated the prefix to begin with, network statement vs redistribute - also not specified)?  If so, why?

     

    I'm sure this must have been asked and answered before; I do apologize for my rather short search effort.




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