So modifying the neighbor group doesn't impact an extablished session and will only take effect when the sessin is dropped and re-established? I'm not seeing any behavior, I just have a lot of peers associated with a neighbor group that I want to modify, and am trying to avoid chaos if possible.
Thanks for the testing results, it may be the type of change to the neighbor-group or software version, but I got different results in my testing. I changed an address family in a neighbor-group to 'route reflector client' and it immediately reset the neighbor that used the group when committed.
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