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BGP as-override

 
 
coolmaneesh@gmail.com
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      04-24-2006
Hi All,
The topic may be old but I have a doubt. Say , there is a
neighborship already existing between 2 routers. Now configure
neighbor <x.x.x.x> as-override
under router bgp <AS>
Why does it have to reset the session ?
It can just send a route update, that way the entire network is not
disturbed.

Any thoughts / comments ?

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Maneesh

 
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      06-26-2009
Due to orign AS need to be changed.
 
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