How do I find out the AS number my eBGP neighbour is using to peer with me?
Hi - is there a way of finding out what AS number an EBGP peer is using to peer with my router? Obviously do a debug and reset the BGP peers, but I wondered if there's any 'show' command which can show me the same thing?
Note - I don't mean the neighbour's AS number but my own router's!
Re: How do I find out the AS number my eBGP neighbour is using t
Hi - thanks but I'm trying to find out the AS number of my own router that they're peering with. I have subconfederation configured: if I did a debug on BGP and reset the peers then I think we'd see it with the OPEN BGP message, is there another way to see if without resetting peers/debug?
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