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Any provider in LA would do IPv6 BGP over GRE?
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Any provider in LA would do IPv6 BGP over GRE?

dnwkdnwk Member

Any provider in LA would do IPv6 BGP over GRE?

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  • ZappieZappie Member, Host Rep, LIR

    Could get a VPS with Vultr (for example) and set up a gre tunnel between your location and said VPS.

    VPS <-BGP -> Vultr
    You <-iBGP-> VPS

    This can be done not just with Vultr but any VPS provider that can give you a BGP session

  • dnwkdnwk Member

    @Zappie said:
    Could get a VPS with Vultr (for example) and set up a gre tunnel between your location and said VPS.

    VPS <-BGP -> Vultr
    You <-iBGP-> VPS

    This can be done not just with Vultr but any VPS provider that can give you a BGP session

    I tried to run a GRE tunnel to my Vultr VPS and then trying to run BGP directly between my router and Vultr's BGP server. It doesn't work.

  • dnwkdnwk Member

    @Zappie said:
    Could get a VPS with Vultr (for example) and set up a gre tunnel between your location and said VPS.

    VPS <-BGP -> Vultr
    You <-iBGP-> VPS

    This can be done not just with Vultr but any VPS provider that can give you a BGP session

    Oh, are you referring to run a BGP daemon on the Vultr to proxy the BGP request? Any example on how it could be done?
    Vultr in LAX only give me default route. I don't get full table.

  • ZappieZappie Member, Host Rep, LIR

    @dnwk said:
    and then trying to run BGP directly between my router and Vultr's BGP server. It doesn't work.

    You need 2 sessions.

    BGP Session 1: VPS <-> Vultr
    BGP Session 2 (iBGP): Your router <-> VPS (via GRE)

    Thanked by 2dnwk Hayashima
  • dnwkdnwk Member

    Any example of how to set my BIRD2 up to serve as iBGP on the VM would be very helpful. I have not found much documents on how to do that.

  • CloudieCloudie Member, Host Rep

    Although, if it is simply IPv6 Transit, and... Fremont is close enough (~10ms or something) give Route48.org a shot :-)

    Thanked by 1Hayashima
  • dnwkdnwk Member

    @Cloudie said:
    Although, if it is simply IPv6 Transit, and... Fremont is close enough (~10ms or something) give Route48.org a shot :-)

    Any other provider in Fremont that allow me to announce my own prefix?

  • @dnwk said:

    @Cloudie said:
    Although, if it is simply IPv6 Transit, and... Fremont is close enough (~10ms or something) give Route48.org a shot :-)

    Any other provider in Fremont that allow me to announce my own prefix?

    HE.net

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