In our lab, we made a set up about peering BGP between Palo and a third part device.
According to this kb from Palo : "The Palo Alto Networks firewall does not advertise an aggregated route to its peer when it receives a prefix falling within the aggregated route range from the same peer" but in our case it's working
Does it mean the KB is wrong?
To clarify my request, I would like to know if in some cases the Palo can advertise an agregate even if it receives a prefix falling within this same aggregated route range
Hi @kiwi ,
I had already checked this KB
in my set up, the Palo is able to send the aggregate to the peer even if it receives a prefix falling within the aggregated route range from the same peer
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