depends on router bgp routing table i believe! so a router carrying a large Internet routing table bgp scanner might use more cpu. Once a minute, BGP scanner walks the BGP RIB table and performs important maintenance tasks. These tasks include checking the next-hop referenced in the router's BGP table and verifying that the next-hop devices can be reached. Thus, a large BGP table takes an equivalently large amount of time to be walked and validated.
Why i asked this is since scanner procees check the next hop reachability along with other thing,so i wanted to know how it verifies the next HOP reachabitily,as far as i know it will just check the routing table for that,but jbust wanted to make sure there is no packet sen d using CEF.
I have already checked this link it only tells that CPU will go high due to scanning but how much there is no information , and i dont know how Cisco is expecting me to run the debug when the CPU is already running high on the core internet router.I have googled a lot but did not find antthing which give any precise vlaue or point in some direction to troubleshoot , moreover i cannot increase the scantime also from 60 sec to see some difference.
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