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New Contributor
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Registered: ‎04-19-2012

BGP Full routes using XMR

I have two XMR routers and am needing to send the full BGP routing tables instead of default.  I am having trouble finding documentation

on doing this.  Could someone point me in the right direction?

New Contributor
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎05-09-2012

Re: BGP Full routes using XMR

Are you connecting them with the same AS# (iBGP) or different AS#  (eBGP)  ?

New Contributor
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎04-19-2012

Re: BGP Full routes using XMR

Paul,


Thanks for your reply.  I am connecting them via eBGP.

New Contributor
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎05-09-2012

Re: BGP Full routes using XMR

Sorry for the delay. I am new to Brocade so i tested this with a router not yet deployed.

This worked for me for eBGP on the Brocade:

router bgp

local-as 6086

neighbor 65.49.128.69 remote-as 3043

address-family ipv4 unicast

network 198.136.155.0/24

exit-address-family

I added the following route before it showed up on the other side as this block wasn't being used.

ip route 198.136.155.0/24 null0 16

I am sending full routes from the cisco on the other side:

telnet@phx4-c134-agg#             sho ip bgp sum

  BGP4 Summary

  Router ID: 65.49.255.3   Local AS Number : 6086

  Confederation Identifier : not configured

  Confederation Peers:

  Maximum Number of Paths Supported for Load Sharing : 1

  Number of Neighbors Configured : 1, UP: 1

  Number of Routes Installed : 389394

  Number of Routes Advertising to All Neighbors : 1

  Number of Attribute Entries Installed : 63538

  Neighbor Address  AS#   State   Time     Rt:Accepted Filtered Sent   ToSend

  65.49.128.69      3043  ESTAB   0h 6m26s    389393   0        1      0

telnet@phx4-c134-agg#

Let me know how it works.

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