Clearly if the next hop router is to forward a packet toward 22.214.171.124 then this router must have some entry in its routing table that tells it how/where to forward the packet. That entry might come from a static route, or from its participation in BGP, or from running some other routing protocol which has an entry for 126.96.36.199.
So one of the issues to be aware of when running EBGP multi hop is that the intermediate routers must be able to forward the data traffic to the destinations advertised in EBGP.
Yes, you need IGP routing between the ebgp peers if it's not directly conneted. By default,ebgp session can be established only if the destination is 1 hop away, this is because TTL is set to 1 in ebgp OPEN msg..So if want to establish ebgp session between routers which are not directly connected then EBGP Multihop will help. Note that ebgp multihop wont establish the bgp session if there is no igp routing between the peers..
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