I'm running BGP and OSPF on same virtual router and whenever I commit a change, I get the following warning:
In virtual-router VR_1, BGP router-id 188.8.131.52 is different from OSPF router-id 10.1.1.1.
Since I'm getting warned about it, I'm thinking it probably is preferred for BGP and OSPF to have same router-id on a given virtual router. It's not causing any issues but I'm really curious about why it keeps warning me about it. anyone has an idea?
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There is no functional requirement for the RID to be the same (hence why this is a warning instead of a commit failure). It's easy to see how this could lead to a confusing situation for administrators, however, which is presumably why the PAN-OS devs decided to display a warning.
Thanks for your reply! I figured it wasn't required by Palo Alto since it's only a warning as you said. I just didn't know why it warns about it. I thought that the warning is leading me toworad following some best practice or something.
thanks for your answer again!
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