Route map question

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Mar 30th, 2008
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Hi


May i know wat doe sthe below command mean?


network A.A.A.A mask B.B.B.B route-map community-no-export


route-map community-no-export permit 10

set local-preference 100

set community 100:12345 no-export


access-list 10 access-list 10 permit 64.220.221.96 0.0.0.31


Does the above mean the below.

- Take ip that is permit by access list 10 and apply the route map and advertise it out?


Please help


Thanks



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Danilo Dy Sun, 03/30/2008 - 21:35
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Hi,


The answer is NO.


The route-map has a "set" parameters but no "match" parameter


However, since you have the line "network A.A.A.A mask B.B.B.B route-map community-no-export" this means the route-map "set" parameters applies to this network "A.A.A.A/B.B.B.B". When the router announce this prefix to its neighbor, it will have those attributes set in the route-map.


You can see it by checking what is being advertised to your peers. i.e.

show ip bgp neighbor peer_ip_address advertised-routes


regards,

Dandy

caijunjie Mon, 03/31/2008 - 10:14
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Hi


Thanks for the reply, u are right, i had get access list and route map mix up.


Regards


Alan

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