why exactly, route reflector clients can't have ibgp connection with eachot
hi, I just all of a certain, couldn't think of the reason for my question as below.
the harder i try to remember or find out why route clinets can't have ibgp connection with each other(between the clients)...... can you give me a detailed explaination why? like what actually happens in the client routers along with reflector? like the client routers will discard if there's two route with same originator id or something? can't remember....... what a
Re: why exactly, route reflector clients can't have ibgp connect
hi, thanks for your reply but looks like there's some misunderstanding here. my question is not what route reflector does. i know what it does is to work around ibgp update rule(split horizon). my question is why can ibgp peers which are rr-clients at the same time can't have ibgp peering with each other without no bgp client to cilent reflect( if i remember the command correctly).
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