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allowing eBGP thru cisco ASA

Posted on 2011-09-14
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Can someone tell me how I can configure my Cisco ASA 5550 to allow an eBGP session between 2 routers?  i want to peer between the 2 routers loopback address'  for example:

router A
loopback 0 - 10.10.10.1
ASN - 100

router B
loopback 0 - 20.20.20.1
ASN - 200

thanks
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You'll need to permit TCP/179 through the ASA.  The specific configuration will depend on what code you're using on the ASA, and is going to be at least partly based on whether you're doing NAT.  If you are NATing, then the BGP peer on the outside will see the other BGP speaker as the NATed address.
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worked. thanks
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