Re: Design of multicast MSDP peering between campus buildings?
An MSDP peer of the local router is probably a BGP peer also. However, if you do not want to have or cannot have a BGP peer, you could define a default MSDP peer from which to accept all SA messages. The default MSDP peer must be a previously configured MSDP peer. Perform this task when you are not BGP- or MBGP-peering with an MSDP peer. If a single MSDP peer is configured, a router will always accept all SA messages sent to it from that peer.
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