Configuring Local Preference with Route Maps Cont

© 2004 Cisco Systems, Ii

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In this example, both routers in AS 213 have two external sessions. Using the bgp default local-preference command is no longer possible because the second fastest link is on another router.

The configuration here sets local preference according to the bandwidth of the link. A similar configuration exists on the bottom router. If the primary (2-Mbps) link fails, the paths that are learned through the bottom router in AS 213 (routes with a local preference of 512) will be used.

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