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Origin "e" routes

hi,

When would you see the "e" Origin attributed routes in the BGP table?

Definitions states;

EGP (e)

Redistributed from EGP

Thanks in advance.

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Purple

Re: Origin "e" routes

In today's networks, I would be very surprised if you saw any such routes at all. This designation is used for routers distributed from the EGP (Exterior Gatewawy Protocol), which was the predecessor to BGP.

Hope that helps - pls do rate the post if it does.

Paresh

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Purple

Re: Origin "e" routes

In today's networks, I would be very surprised if you saw any such routes at all. This designation is used for routers distributed from the EGP (Exterior Gatewawy Protocol), which was the predecessor to BGP.

Hope that helps - pls do rate the post if it does.

Paresh

New Member

Re: Origin "e" routes

Thanks Pkhatri,

It does surely help becuase that was the same answer I gave in the class.

Thanks mate I am going to rate this and keep you on top of the Netpro listings.

Thanks again.

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