Others know more about BGP than I do, but these are the basic commands to see if you have a neighbor configured, and then to see if you're BGP routes are showing up in your routing table. They'll be marked with a "B."
thank you but I was probably to vague in my qiestion. I understand how to see BGP neighbors and view BGP routes in the routing table I was more concerned with being able to verify that I was getting all the routes from my ISP. Now that I look at it more closely I am not sure there is any way other than seeing the total route counts and if it is in 100K+ range assume I am getting all internet routes.
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