Hi Brenda - I just wanted to reinforce @PhilipDAth 's cautions; BGP is only used to exchange routes in and out of Meraki AutoVPN (e.g. at a Data Centre) - you couldn't, for example, use it to peer with MPLS CPE routers, to push all your branch subnets into the MPLS cloud from each branch. While we're on that subject, OSPF could also be used for the same use-case as BGP, but the exchange is one-way only (branch subnets into the DC). OSPF has been available for ages, in Stable firmware. Note too that, while it is indeed a Beta feature and you do have to call the Support team to enable it, I wouldn't myself describe BGP as closed, these days; Support will happily enable it for you, once they've had a little look at your general setup and with appropriate cautions. With the move of r14 firmware to Stable Release Candidate status, I would recommend that this version be used for any BGP setups. Policy Routing relates only to traffic hitting MX WAN/Internet ports (it's part of the SD-WAN functionality). You can't policy route traffic between different LAN ports.
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