BGP Route sharing between IPSec tunnels
I'm having some trouble trying to get routes to be shared between networks connected via IPSec tunnels.
I have two Amazon VPCs connecting to a pfSense instance hosted in another AWS VPC (using the Transit VPC model).
VPC A is 10.199.0.0/16
VPC B is 10.198.0.0/16
Transit-VPC (where pfSense lives) is 10.254.0.0/23
Have the tunnels setup properly and BGP is active (the AWS VPC Wizard took care of all that) and I can see the routes in the BGP status on the pfSense machine. However, pfSense isn't sharing the VPC A network route to VPC B and vice versa.
I can ping from pfSense to both VPCs but I can't ping from VPC A to VPC B via the pfSense box and I'm not sure why. I don't see a BGP route for VPC A in the routes for VPC B and vice versa either.
I was able to set all this up and get it working using the Cisco CSR 1000v templates, but I'd prefer to use pfSense since it could be used for a lot of other things (not to mention being cheaper on the licensing).
maybe you can try route propagation as described here:
Yeah, that's already done. It works great with the Cisco CSR 1000v devices but I can't seem to figure out how to make it work properly within pfSense.