first i am trying to put a dampening on router and i am having problem
router bgp XXXX
bgp dampening route-map LLLL
route-map LLLL permit 10
match ip address BBB
set damening 15 750 900 60
ip access-list standard BBB
permit host X.X.X.X
now as soon as i put route-map the frist line the router comes with the follwing message
: %BGP-3-BADROUTEMAP: Bad parameters in the route-map
i mean i can still put the route-map but as soon i type first line route-map LLLL the router gives this error: can someone tell me what i am doing wrong???? secondly in ebgp why we give nexthopself for the neigbour i have seen config my self till now i thought that we only use it in IBGP can someone explain please...
"set damening 15 750 900 60" is this a typo or did you just copy into this thread incorrectly ie. you have damening instead of dampening.
R1(AS 20) -> (AS 10)R2 -> (AS 10)R3
R1 & R2 are EBGP peers.
R2 & R3 are IBGP peers.
R2 receives a route advertisement from R1. R2 will forward this route advertisement to R3 but the next-hop will R1. So if R3 doesn't know how to get to R1 and it probabaly won't R3 will not be able to install this route in it's routing table.
So if you use on R2
router bgp 10
then R2 will then advertise the route received from R1 to R3 with a next-hop address of R2. R3 knows how to get to R2 so can use the route.
The suppress limit should be greater than 1000 point. By default, if a route flaps and BGP dampening is enabled, 1000 points is the penalty for the route each time it flaps. you can change this value through normal config.
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