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eBGP received routes not advertised

Why checkpoint did not advertise routes when the default behavior for eBGP is to advertise all received routes.

version 80.30

 

fw01> show bgp peer 10.163.63.146 received

IPv4 Route MED LocalPref Nexthop Communities
10.163.1.0/24 None N/A(EBGP) 10.163.63.146

 

fw01> show bgp peer 10.163.63.210 received

IPv4 Route MED LocalPref Nexthop Communities
10.163.64.6/32 None N/A(EBGP) 10.163.63.211

 

fw01> show bgp peer 10.163.63.146 advertise

fw01> show bgp peer 10.163.63.210 advertise

 

fw01> show bgp routemap

(*) = Routemap not configured
Routemaps for eBGP AS 65102
Default
Import: None
Export: None

Peer "10.163.63.146"
Import: None
Export: None

 


Routemaps for eBGP AS 65105
Default
Import: None
Export: None

 

Peer "10.163.63.210"
Import: None
Export: None

 

cisfwng01> show bgp peer 10.163.63.210 detailed

----- Peer 10.163.63.210 -----
State Established (Uptime: 16:25:16)
Peer Type eBGP Peer
Remote AS 65105
Local AS 65001
Peer Capabilities InetUnicast,RouteRefresh,CiscoRouteRefresh,GracefulRestart,4-Byte AS Extension
Our Capabilities InetUnicast,4-Byte AS Extension
Authentication None
Multihop Off
Reachability Detection BFD
State On
Reachable No (ignoring until BFD comes up initially)
Graceful Restart Off
Keepalives
Last Received 9s
Last Sent 45s
Interval 60s
Holdtime 180s
Received
IPv4 Routes 1 (0 active)
IPv6 Routes 0 (0 active)
Sent
IPv4 Routes 0
IPv6 Routes 0
cisfwng01> show bgp peer 10.163.63.146 detailed

----- Peer 10.163.63.146 -----
State Established (Uptime: 18:41:18)
Peer Type eBGP Peer
Remote AS 65102
Local AS 65001
Peer Capabilities InetUnicast,RouteRefresh,CiscoRouteRefresh,GracefulRestart,4-Byte AS Extension
Our Capabilities InetUnicast,4-Byte AS Extension
Authentication None
Multihop Off
Reachability Detection BFD
State On
Reachable Yes
Graceful Restart Off
Keepalives
Last Received 10s
Last Sent 52s
Interval 60s
Holdtime 180s
Received
IPv4 Routes 1 (1 active)
IPv6 Routes 0 (0 active)
Sent
IPv4 Routes 0
IPv6 Routes 0

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Admin

Pretty sure routes received via BGP aren't advertised unless you've configured a specific routemap to do that.
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Participant

Can you paste the configuration of your routemaps " show configuration routemaps"?

Vince

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