looks like each palo is marking the path to the standby hsrp peer for a vlan as ecmp preferred path. Is this an issue? What does that mean axactly?
Ya Doesn't apply here since I am fully meshed not using route reflectors. This is because route reflectors will only insert the one BGP route in the route table as a method of loop prevention. Its a real killer actaully.
Gotcha. Perhaps this is more what you are looking for on the Cisco side?
I'm only finding ECMP articles on PAN related to eBGP.
I agree, there seems to be a lack of iBGP material, I am wondering it is because normally when BGP is involved you are running them at the edge and peering eBGP with your ISP.
Would mind elaborating how you are running active/active in vwire mode?
I am looking at how to use vwire behind a Check Point Cluster as an interim measure until the Palo's replace the Check Points.
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