Re: On Cisco, We would like to disable BGP GR on specific router
if there is problem on just one router with BGP-R , not all, we disabled BGP-GR globally, Right ?.
yes, I would globally disable it until you figure out the problem. Once the problem is resolved you can always put it back.
It doesn't make sense. Why Didn't they make a bgp-gr per specific router or peer group?
I do not know if you can do it per BGP peer group with Cisco, but if possible that would be better then doing globally. Juniper software is a lot more flexible when it comes to options like this, because it was build originally for service providers.
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