I have a customer who currently has a 2600 series router with a T1 to the\nInternet. They get their external IP space from a small local ISP. They\nhave a small IP block (/29 mask). This customer wants to have redundant and\nload balancing Internet lines. I contacted their existing ISP to enquire if\nthey supported BGP with the specifications that the customer AS no be used\nas a transit AS and that I wanted to receive default routes only.\n\nThe ISP is stating that they cannot support BGP due to restrictions of the\nsize of the IP block. Is a /29 too small for BGP? Is this a legitimate\nrestriction of the ISP?