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You don't have the 195.160.1.0/30 network in OSPF for R2. You are advertising the network connection for R6 into OSPF, but not the network connection for R1, so OSPF will not have the route to R1, but it will have the route to R2.

This is a problem because you are sending traffic for the other network through R4 and R5, but R4 and R5 have notno way to know about this network.


Assuming you want to use iBGP to advertise the routes, R5 would never learn this route through iBGP because the iBGP speaker (R5) cannot learn iBGP originated routes (originated by R2) from another iBGP speaker (R3 or R4), which is why iBGP requires a full mesh or a mitigation (route reflectors or confederations).


Also, why are you using half duplex for the connections to R1 and R6? You should use auto, except under extraordinary circumstances that require half duplex.

You don't have the 195.160.1.0/30 network in OSPF for R2. You are advertising the network connection for R6 into OSPF, but not the network connection for R1, so OSPF will not have the route to R1, but it will have the route to R2.

This is a problem because you are sending traffic for the other network through R4 and R5, but R4 and R5 have not way to know about this network.


Assuming you want to use iBGP to advertise the routes, R5 would never learn this route through iBGP because the iBGP speaker (R5) cannot learn iBGP originated routes (originated by R2) from another iBGP speaker (R3 or R4), which is why iBGP requires a full mesh or a mitigation (route reflectors or confederations).


Also, why are you using half duplex for the connections to R1 and R6? You should use auto, except under extraordinary circumstances that require half duplex.

You don't have the 195.160.1.0/30 network in OSPF for R2. You are advertising the network connection for R6 into OSPF, but not the network connection for R1, so OSPF will not have the route to R1, but it will have the route to R2.

This is a problem because you are sending traffic for the other network through R4 and R5, but R4 and R5 have no way to know about this network.


Assuming you want to use iBGP to advertise the routes, R5 would never learn this route through iBGP because the iBGP speaker (R5) cannot learn iBGP originated routes (originated by R2) from another iBGP speaker (R3 or R4), which is why iBGP requires a full mesh or a mitigation (route reflectors or confederations).


Also, why are you using half duplex for the connections to R1 and R6? You should use auto, except under extraordinary circumstances that require half duplex.

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You don't have the 195.160.1.0/30 network in OSPF for R2. You are advertising the network connection for R6 into OSPF, but not the network connection for R1, so OSPF will not have the route to R1, but it will have the route to R2.

This is a problem because you are sending traffic for the other network through R4 and R5, but R4 and R5 have not way to know about this network.


Assuming you want to use iBGP to advertise the routes, R5 would never learn this route through iBGP because the iBGP speaker (R5) cannot learn iBGP originated routes (originated by R2) from another iBGP speaker (R3 or R4), which is why iBGP requires a full mesh or a mitigation (route reflectors or confederations).


Also, why are you using half duplex for the connections to R1 and R6? You should use auto, except under extraordinary circumstances that require half duplex.